At St. Patrick you will find a casual environment where you and your family will feel welcome and at home. Our friendly volunteer ministers will help you find your way around, starting the moment you drive in to our parking area.

St. Patrick Church is a movement of growing disciples of Jesus Christ, committed to loving God, loving others as Christ loves us, and making disciples. Orthodox in our Roman Catholic faith, we seek to serve our community by bringing the unchurched to Christ.  It is our hope you and your family will feel at home from the time you walk or drive onto the parish grounds. Come and experience the calming presence of Christ as you enter the doors of our 143 year old church, recently renovated in November, 2019, and experience the Good News of the Gospel as it relates to your life.

What to expect when I come to Mass

We have four Masses on the weekend, and at each one we are proud to say that you will find a smiling face at the door to welcome you, and our team of hosts will be available to answer any questions you may have.  You will find each Mass slightly different.

During our Saturday 5 PM Mass, the music is lead by Brother Dan Dionne, OMI, who has put together a group from within the parish who will delight you with their rendition of hymns both new and old.

On Sunday, at our 9 and 11:30 AM Masses, our music, lead by our Music Director, Christina Crawford, is traditional.  Our 138 year old Cassavantes pipe organ fills the church with its rich sound and our choir is constantly working hard to lead us in music that will take us deeper into a relationship with Christ.  It has been said that when you sing, you are praying twice! 

The 11:30 AM Mass is our family Mass, and we have a children’s program which is geared towards those kids who have not yet had their First Communion. It’s so great to see the church filled with kids. Author Katie Prejean, sums up our philosophy way better than we can, on bringing kids to mass.

The Sunday 7:15 Mass is one of the last Masses available in the city, and people from many different parishes come to celebrate. The music is lead by Joe Allain, who has headed this music ministry for 50 years! He and his group do a fantastic job of leading us in song with lively and upbeat music, which will have you leaving the church feeling energized.

Come and celebrate at St. Patrick!  We’ve been expecting you!