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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Our Religious Education is  online! Kids age 6 months to grade 12 can learn, live, pray, and grow as disciples of the Lord all online.



SMALL GROUPS

Small Groups is where our large church gets small. Groups meet to discuss faith, go deeper in the weekly homily, and support one another in their relationship with Christ.


HOMILY SERIES

Each week we post our most recent homily series.  Our homilies are broken into series, which helps us dive deeper into a topic and help apply it to our lives. 

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Pray

WORSHIP ONLINE

SATURDAY

4:30PM

SUNDAY 

8:30AM, 10AM, 11:30AM, 1PM, 

3PM, 5PM, 8PM

WEEKDAY

 (M-F) 9:00AM, (M, W, F) 12:30PM

Place of Worship

WORSHIP IN PERSON

SATURDAY

4:30PM (St. Bridget)

SUNDAY

10:30AM (St. Bartholomew)

5PM (St. Bartholomew)


Alternate Car

WORSHIP IN YOUR CAR

WEEKDAY

5PM (St. Bartholomew)

SATURDAY

4:30PM (St. Bridget)

SUNDAY

8:30AM, 10:30AM, 5PM (St. Bartholomew)

Users

OPENING STATUS

PHASE GREEN




160 in person (in the building),

Parking lot

Live stream


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Half TruthS

NEW HOMILY SERIES (MAY/June 2021)

A half-truth is a statement that includes some element of truth; the statement might be partly true, but in leaving out the rest of the truth, it brings about a deception. The half-truth often leads us to embrace a whole lie.  In this series, we will confront popular misconceptions and errors in thinking that our culture believes. Four of the four weeks of this series deal with basics of our faith: Pentecost, the Trinity and Corpus Christi. We will explore each of these truths of our faith and show the popular misconceptions they refute, including:  there are many ways to God, all religions are the same, you don't need a Church to connect with God, The Holy Eucharist is just a symbol, and God won't give you more than you can handle.