Welcome to St. Francis of Assisi Parish

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Welcome from our Pastor Fr. James Conlon

Welcome to our Parish website. 

What is St. Francis parish like? I might answer that best by quoting from our Parish Pastoral Plan: St. Francis of Assisi Parish strives to be a Christ-centered expression of the family of God, nourished by Spirit-filled worship and ministries that impact, challenge, and empower people of all ages to serve one another in a spirit of community, stewardship and outreach.

Jesus Christ, companion, Lord and Savior is the life-giving center of this community. The Eucharist is our font of nourishment, where with Jesus, we offer the Father praise and worship. We experience the love of Christ and His presence in our many groups and ministries, in which we feed and nurture each other and the world around us.

We are a community of stewardship, sharing our gifts and works with each other and the world. We believe that through our common Baptism, each of us is blessed with gifts of the Spirit to be used for the common good and the Glory of God.

We are a welcoming, evangelizing community, striving to be accepting and inclusive of all people. We are a community of outreach, ministering to the victims of society's sin and injustice with the resources God has blessed us.

St. Francis is a community committed to responding to the mandate of Jesus in John's Gospel: "Love one another as I have loved you."

For more information on our weekly activities and events, see the Forum, our weekly church bulletin from the links below.

If you are looking for nourishment for the soul, I suggest you visit some of the links on our Church Community homepage such as Scripture Reflection – a Parish weekly meditation on the Sunday Gospel or see some of our suggested links on Catholic theology and spirituality.

Our Sunday, 10:30 am Mass is streamed live on our Church Community homepage. If you are far from us or cannot get out of the house, please worship with us via our webstream.

Finally, if you are in our area, please feel welcome to join us for Mass or any of our other events.

                                                      May God's grace and peace be always with you,

                                                                                                     Fr. James Conlon

Forms and Resources

New Member Registration Form

Parish Office and Maps

Welcome Visitors

Your Gifts: Your Works Form
(Previously known as Time & Talent)

The Forum, our weekly bulletin

Current Parish Events

Seasonal Events Calendar