News and Events

Advent Warm Clothes Drive

Saint Patrick's Parish will be collecting warm clothes: coats, hats, gloves, scarves, boots, pants, shirts, sweaters, socks, long johns etc. during Advent.  Boxes for your donations are located in the Gathering Area this Advent season!  For additional information please click this link: Winter Can Be WONDERFUL.  Thank you for your generosity!

My Soul In Stillness Waits
An Evening of Advent Music and Reflections
Proceeds benefit Catholic Social Services Brother Francis Shelter

St. Patrick's Catholic Church cordially invites you to attend Our Tenth Annual Advent Benefit Concert: Friday December 2, 2016 at 7pm. Click My Soul In Stillness Waits for more information.  God Bless!

Sunday November 20th - Thanksgiving Baskets

Sunday November 20th all Faith Formation & Youth Ministry sessions will be assembling food items needed for a Thanksgiving meal.  These food baskets will be given to families in need so they may prepare their Thanksgiving dinner.  If you would like to donate perishable items such as milk, butter, or a turkey please email Caroline at ceddens@st.patsak.org or John at jbarrientes@st.patsak.org or contact us at the office: 337-1538.  Thank you and God Bless!

Kairos Faith Formation

Preschool through adult faith  classes are available and it's never too late to join. Registration information and forms for 2016-2017 are available here.  God Bless!

RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults)

Interested in becoming Catholic?  Know of someone that is being drawn to a relationship with Christ within our Catholic Faith?  Already Catholic and want to investigate further? Never Confirmed and would like to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation?  Please join the RCIA team on Tuesday nights in the Tara Lounge (office building downstairs) at 7pm. For additional information or questions please email Caroline Eddens at ceddens@st.patsak.org or John Barrientes at jbarrientes@st.patsak.org or reach us at the office 337-1538.


Dear Friends,

Welcome to our parish website.  I hope that this site will help you to become better acquainted with the many ways that St. Pat's parishioners are involved in serving God and our neighbor.  We are an active and vibrant parish!

Look around and get a feel for who we are as a community.  If you are not currently a member of our parish, please come join us for one of our liturgies.  If there is any way that I can help you learn more about our parish life or become more involved in it, please let me know.  

God Bless,

Father Scott