For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish but might have eternal life. John 3:16
Welcome to Our Parish
We're so glad you're here. There are so many ways for you to connect with the vibrant life of our parish. We can't wait to get to know you!
SATURDAY - 5 pm (Main Church)
SUNDAY - 8 & 10 am (Main Church)
WED to FRI - 9 am (Historic Church)
SATURDAY - 3:30 to 4:30 pm
First Friday morning of every month 9:45 to 10:45 in the historic church. Anointing of the sick is available at this time. Anyone who is spiritually, mentally or physically sick is welcome to receive this sacrament.
Immaculate Conception: Friday, December 8th 9am & 7pm
Advent Reconciliation: Thursday, December 14th 7pm
4th Sunday of Advent: Sunday, December 24th 8am
Christmas Eve: Sunday December 24th 4pm & 7pm
Christmas Day: Monday, December 25th 9am
1st - Adoration & Anointing of the Sick (Following 9am Mass Historic Chapel)
2nd - 3rd: K of C Poinsettia Sale (Narthax)
3rd - Pray the Rosary (Following 8am Mass Main Church)
8th - Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Mass at 9am & 7pm Main Church)
9th - 10th: K of C Poinsettia Sale (Narthax)
9th - Birthday Blessing (After all Masses)
10th - Donuts and Fellowship (Following 8 & 10am Masses)
13th - Prayer Shawl Group (10am - 11:30am Parish Office)
14th - Advent Reconciliation Mass (7pm Main Church)
16th - Anniversary Blessing (After all Masses)
17th - All Parish Christmas Party (5:30pm -7:30pm Parish Hall)
22nd - 27th: Parish Office Closed
24th - 4th Sunday of Advent Mass (8am Mass Main Church - NO 10am Mass)
24th - Christmas Eve Mass (4pm & 7pm Main Church)
25th - Christmas Day Mass (9am Main Church)
News & Announcements
I have been a member of St. Barbara Parish pushing past eight decades, baptized in the old church oh so long ago.
The one constant over all of those years, regardless of who the Pastor was, was the living experience of Christ within the walls of church that continually beckoned to any and all to come to St. Barbara. The consistent message, “We want you, we need you to worship with us to celebrate the miracle of the Mass and all it represents.” I have observed, with glee, the appearance of many new folks showing up at St. Barbara Church recently. It sure puts a smile on my face!