St. Paul's Parish is a Catholic Community based on Christian values which promotes the enrichment of God's kingdom on earth through spiritual, educational, charitable, and social programs for its members and the Christian Community at large.
If you have pictures from any church related event that you would like to be seen on the above slideshow, please send them to Kimberly Garza.
On Sunday February 1, 2015, approximately 160 million Americans will tune in to the Super Bowl football game. There will be parties with abundant food, friendship and fellowship. At the same time, there will be people worrying about staying warm, finding shelter and a warm meal.
Our youth will hold soup pots at church on Souper Bowl of Caring Sunday, February 1, 2015. They will join young people in churches across the country to collect money or can goods for those who are hungry and hurting. In 2014, $7.5 million was collected by Souper Bowl of Caring participants for local charities. Since the Souper Bowl of Caring began in 1990, more than $100 million has gone to help people in need. Please support the youth of our church in this effort to “love our neighbors” by dropping your dollar or can goods in the soup pot on February 1st. Our young people are developing hearts for giving that can last a lifetime.
Check the service page to volunteer to work the masses.
Our new coordinator woud like to invite all middle school and high school youth to join our youth ministry program. Middle school youth will meet every Monday with some exceptions and high school will meet Wednesdays. Visit our youth page for monthly calendars.
As Catholics we are called to serve, plain and simple. Mother Teresa once said "If we pray, we will believe; If we believe, we will love; If we love, we sill SERVE."
We are all given unique talents and gifts and to utilize those is to serve God. St. Paul would like to encourage you to use your talents and gifts by volunteering where they are needed. Please find our organizations here.
Our youth program needs vibrant and energetic volunteers who would like to help our youth grow closer to their faith. Please contact Kimberly Garza, our youth coordinator, if you have ever felt a calling to serve in youth ministry.
The Faith Formation program is looking for catechists. If you feel called to teach about your faith, please contact Beckie Soto. Do not feel discouraged if you aren't an expert in Catholicism! We will always continue to learn about our faith.
Video and information on the Priests Retirement and Collection:
Be sure to check out Deacon Ricky's site, at deaconricky.com. There's a permanent link to it under the "Spiritual Growth" dropdown menu.
Information about the upcoming Vocations Awareness Program is on the Serra Club Page. Check it out!