Discipleship, practicing what Jesus preached and living how he lived, is the vocation of parishioners from seniors on down to our school children. This call to live out our faith in everyday tasks, to live “in Christ,” is an essential part of who we are at SJC. Called by our baptism and confirmation and drawn into communion with God through liturgy, we are continuously formed and transformed to be the Body of Christ in our world.
Bill Bright, Director of Outreach
Kolbe House is a worshiping community comprised of men, women, and children who have been impacted by incarceration. Gathered in prayer and ministry, they give witness to the healing power of God, motivated by the gospel mandate "I was in prison and you visited me."
St. Agatha Catholic Parish is a vibrant Christian faith community rejoicing in the power of praise and worship of Jesus Christ as our teacher and guide. Our vibrant, soul-stirring liturgies reflect an African American spirituality and Gospel style of music that welcomes, engages, comforts and oftentimes challenges those gathered to a greater depth of faith, a stronger sense of hope and a greater call to love all of God’s people.