At Saints James and Patrick Parish, we enter into relationship with God through the sacraments, prayer, and stewardship. We invite you to Join Our Parish community so you can experience God's eternal love by 'remaining in Christ and revealing Christ to others'.
Read the February Newsletter to learn about the Bishop's visit, a personal faith story, and an incredible event you don't want to miss!
St. James 4:00 pm
St. Patrick 5:30 pm
St. James 8:30 am
St. Patrick 10:00 am
Monday & Wednesday 8:00 am
Tuesday & Thursday 8:00 am (No Thursday Masses from May 26 through August 18, 2016)
Friday 11:15 am
8:00 am & 12:10 pm (St. Patrick)
6:00 pm (St. James)
Monday, 7:30 am
Saturday, 3:30 pm
Friday 10:50 am
Saturday 11:00 am-12:00 noon
Best Lent Ever
Are ready to have the Best Lent Ever? These short videos, practical tips, and study guides by Matthew Kelly will enable you to do so. You can sign up for the free Dynamic Catholic e-mail program too. Best Lent Ever
Bishop Paprocki's Visit
Bishop Paprocki visited the parish to share his vision of stewardship and growth, and we discussed the many ways our parish focuses on hospitality, faith formation, prayer, and service.
Visit the Ministries page to learn about the various ways you can share your talents with the parish. Partaking in these ministries will enhance our parish community and strengthen our ability to be stewards of God's love. To sign up or for further details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Here's the current liturgical ministry Schedule. Thank you for your participation.
Saint of the Day
Here is Franciscan Media's Saint of the Day.
- Father John Burnette, Pastor
- Therese Allen, Pastoral Associate
- Tom Prior, Outreach
- Anita Olson, Office Manager
- Karen Redden, Secretary
- Karen Rossi, Office Assistant
- Sister Chaminade Kelley, O.S.F., R.N., Parish Nurse
- Gene Velchek, Plant Manager
- Jan Sweet, School Principal
- Jody Neibuhr, School Secretary
- Kate Tiemann, Organist