I’m New


We are so glad that you are here! Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. Whether you’re a Catholic who attends mass every Sunday or someone who has never set foot in a Church you are equally welcome at St. Patrick Catholic Community! We are a parish focused on following Jesus Christ — in everything that entails.

We have a five specific areas that guide us in discipleship. We call these our 5 Pillars:

  • Liturgy – When we celebrate our faith together at mass or at other communal worship
  • Formation – The exciting and challenging process of constantly learning more about our faith
  • Hospitality – A radical focus on others in our community before ourselves
  • Stewardship – A mindset that puts Giving, Praying, and Serving first in our lives
  • Social Justice – A focus on others through a balance of both charity and social action

Please take some time to explore our website to learn more about the vibrant community of St. Patrick! If you have any questions, comments, or would simply like to set up a time to speak to one of our priests, please call our parish office at480-998-3843. We are happy to serve you!


Become a Member of the Parish Welcome from our Pastor  Learn More About the Pillars  Listen to Homilies

What we Believe

We are followers of Christ, and we believe that each of us have been called and gifted to transform the world through giving, praying, and serving. Our motto is “Christian Disciples in Mission,” and we believe in living out the gospel beyond Sunday. We believe in five key pillars of focus for everything that we do: liturgy, hospitality, stewardship, social justice, and formation.


Our Vision  Our Pastor

When we Celebrate Liturgy

Liturgy is a mass, a baptism, or a funeral. A moment of silence, of music, and prayer. We treat these moments as celebrations, and we believe they have power in our lives. We celebrate the mass each day (at least one!) at the parish and other sacraments are celebrated regularly.


Mass Times  All About Sacraments  Parish Calendar

The Importance of Ministry

Ministry simply means sharing in the ability to love, serve, and heal with Christ. As Jesus calls us to constantly go beyond ourselves and serve others, so too must we commit to our parish, community, and world through ministry. Here at St. Patrick we have over 130 ministry opportunities.


Our Minsitries

Education and Learning the Faith

We believe that searching, learning, and discussing the faith is an important part of the disciple of Christ. Through programs designed for children, teenagers, and adults of all ages, the ministers and community of St. Patrick is committed to always growing closer to God.


Opportunities for Formation (Overview)