Mission & Pillars

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We are a community of Christian Disciples in Mission seeking to know, love, and serve God.

We gather to hear God’s Word, feast at the table of the Lord, and then be sent forth empowered by the Holy Spirit. We are living beyond Sunday, seeking to encounter all people with an openness to hear their stories, inviting them into their spiritual home, walking together on a journey to deepen our relationship with God.

All are welcome because all belong.


We are committed to celebrating the sacraments well. The Second Vatican Council documents on liturgy clearly speak of full, active, and conscious participation in the liturgy, not mere spectatorship.

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We are challenged by our faith in Christ to acknowledge the presence of the person; to be inclusive in our attitude toward every person, and to be aware of the dignity of every person.

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Social Justice

We reach out in relationship with those we assist. This can then lead to systemic change and “right” justice. With God as the priority in our lives, concern for our neighbor’s lack of basic needs is our mission. However, our response should not simply be one of charity. Our parish commits both energy and resources to bring about justice in response to what the Church teaches for Gospel living.

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We are formed and shaped in the image of Jesus Christ. From the smallest child, to preschool, elementary, middle school, or high school youth, up to the most mature adult, formation is to be first and foremost the transformation of one’s heart and mind to know Jesus Christ and live in that relationship. It is through this journey that we can learn the doctrine of our Catholic faith.

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We are stewards, and as Christians we realize that what we have does not belong to us, but to God. Eighty times in the New Testament the word “steward” or “stewardship” is used; a reminder for us to be careful stewards of all that we have been given. This way of life needs to be the core of what we claim to be.

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