Our Parish Office Hours: Sunday 8 AM to Noon. Monday-Thursday 9 AM-3 PM. Friday 9 AM-Noon. Closed on Saturday.


“Once one chooses to become a disciple of Christ,
Stewardship is not an option.”  
~USCCB Pastoral Letter on Stewardship


About Our Parish Ministries


ministry_240x200As Catholics, God’s call to us is a call of Service. It is a call to serve each other by building up his Kingdom through his Church. The many Ministries of our Parish are only able to meet the needs of people because of the generous giving of the Time and Talent of our parishioners. Even though we live in a very busy world and there never seems to be enough time, the call to do God’s work demands that we give of ourselves in some way. Some Ministries are very time consuming and others require less. We ask each family to pray over your call from God to serve and choose a ministry or two to give of your Time and Talent to your parish.

“For even the Son of Man did not come to be served,
but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.”
~Mark 10:45

Please contact the parish office for Ministry contacts.

For a complete list of our Ministry Catalog: click here

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Our Ministries: Sorted by the Pillars of Stewardship

For an explanation of each of the “Pillars of Stewardship” please click here, or click on any of the buttons below to be directed to the Parish Ministry Listing for each…


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Stewardship_pin_wpHospitality — Christian Kindness. “When I was a stranger, you welcomed me.” ~Matthew 25:35


Prayer — A heart-to-heart with God. “Prayer is as necessary to our souls as food is to our bodies.” From Characteristics of a Christian Steward.


Formation — Continuous conversion. “Being a disciple is not just something else to do, alongside many other things suitable for Christians, it is a total way of life and requires continuing conversion.” ~From USCCB’s Stewardship a Disciple’s Response – Pastoral Letter on Stewardship.


Service — Love in action. “Amen I say to you, whatever you did for the least of my brothers, you did for me.” ~Matthew 25:40


Source: Catholic Diocese of Wichita
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