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This Sunday’s Gospel is the parable of the farmer who lavishly sows seed everywhere: not only on good soil which will bring forth an abundant harvest, but also on a […]
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These are our pillars,
the core of what we are about.
Connect with God
We connect with God through worship on the weekend and feel his presence among us.
We want to reach others in as many ways as possible to let them know that our doors are open and we want to meet them and help them grow in faith.
We have been and will continue to be a strong, passionate place of faith and community. Together we will build up that community and share it with those around us
Our mission is to CONNECT with God through worship and the Sacraments, REACH others using new and innovative ways, and BUILD community through fellowship.
Our vision is to grow as an inclusive contemporary Catholic Church inviting the wider community into full participation in the Body of Christ.
Bringing the Word to the Community
Spreading the Word is not easy in a busy and distracted culture. It requires new & modern ways of reaching out. We want to be able to reach people where they are so that they feel encouraged to connect with God through word, music, and sacrament at St. Isidore.