God wants to have a personal relationship with YOU!

To grow in our relationship with God, we strive to practice daily prayer and Scripture readings as well as develop other spiritual habits.

Daily Prayer

Prayer is an important part of Catholic worship as it provides the opportunity to communicate with God. The Catholic Catechism states, Prayer is the raising of one’s heart and mind to God or the requesting of good things from God (Catholic Catechism 2259). This shows that prayer is considered a two-way process. Catholics pray to God to develop spiritually, and God has the power to answer prayers. 

Click on the images below to explore different methods of prayer.

Prayer RequestS & Mass Intentions

Our Intercessory Prayer Groups are ready to pray for you! Please use our Prayer Box located at the back of the church or submit your request online. You can rest assured that your requests will always be kept confidential. CLICK HERE
Please visit the parish office to arrange Mass Intentions for one of our weekday Masses. If you have a recently deceased or sick loved one and would like to have their name added to our Sunday Liturgy Prayers of the Faithful, please call the parish office.

Intercessory Prayer Group

If you feel in your heart that you are being called to pray for the needs of others, we invite you to join one of our Intercessory Prayer Groups. Visit our Intercessory Prayer Page by clicking on the image or CLICK HERE

Praise & Worship every Friday at 7pm!

Psalm135 invites us to Praise the name of the Lord. Our God, who is all good, does unbelievable things when we open our hearts to Him in prayer & song. Hence, we invite you to join us every Friday evening for Holy Spirit filled Praise & Worship. Currently meeting on Zoom every Friday at 7pm. Please email Norm for more information and the Zoom link at:

Healing Sacrament of Reconciliation

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available to all every Saturday from 4:00pm-4:45pm and upon request. Please visit the’ Sacrament of Reconciliation’ page of this website to learn more about the Healing Power of this beautiful Sacrament of Mercy. NOTE: Please email the parish to book a time during Covid Lockdown:

Regardless of where you are in your faith, or in your life - we are here for you.

If you’d like to talk, but you’re unsure of how to begin the conversation – just give us a call, send us an email, or visit us at the welcome desk after all weekend Masses and say “Hello”. We’d love to welcome you to our family!