Guided by the words of our patron saint St. Francis of Assisi, we are a welcoming community formed around the Eucharist and open to the workings of the Holy Spirit. We are called to be a people of prayer, serving our faith through the principle of Christian stewardship.
As one of the original parishioners of St. Francis of Assisi, Glenda Griest remembers the leap of faith it took for the parish to embark on construction of our church building 10 years ago. “We owed a large payment to the diocese each month for our mortgage,” Glenda recalled. So each month, the ...
Wednesday, August 21st, 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. All are welcome and encouraged to experience the true presence of Christ in this special way. Bring a prayer book or rosary for your use during adoration. Or you are invited to sit quietly and take in the grace and peace that comes from being with Christ. ... See MoreSee Less
The 3rd Wednesday of month, 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. we have Eucharistic Adoration. Ever wanted to go to Adoration - but not sure what to do? Here’s a few suggestions. Or just come and sit or talk with God or pray. ... See MoreSee Less
Visiting and adoring the Blessed Sacrament, especially before you've made it a habit, might not be that obvious. We don’t understand, we get bored, we don’t know what to say or do, we go in briefly, we make a quick sign of the Cross and we go back out. Has anyone ever taught you what to do?
Are you new to St. Francis of Assisi or new to the area? Or have you been a member for a while but have questions about our ministries or programs? You're invited to stop by the Welcome Table during coffee and donuts this Sunday or any first Sunday of the month after Mass. Meet a few of our friendly parishioners and find out what makes our parish unique. We can't wait to meet you! ... See MoreSee Less