Transformed in Christ: Online Giving

Fr. Dustin’s Homily on the Transformed in Christ Program:
Elizabeth Hauger’s Parishioner Witness Testimony:

A Message from Our Pastor:

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Faith is a journey in which we are each called to grow closer to God. However, God does not leave us to do this on our own, He remains with us in the Eucharist: His Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity.

As a parish family, we are called to renew and deepen our encounter with Jesus in the Eucharist, so that we may be transformed in Christ and, in turn, proclaim the Gospel with love in our community, so that others may also be transformed as they come to know and love Him.

Thank you for your faithful service and previous generous support of our parish community and the mission of the Church. I invite you to prayerfully consider how you can renew your commitment to financially support our parish through our Transformed in Christ program. Your sacrificial giving allows us to serve one another and make Christ present for our community, including when they celebrate, when they question, when they grieve, when they seek, when they feel called to serve, when they are lonely, and when they need prayer.

I pray that you and your family may deepen your Eucharistic communion with the Lord and be filled with His love and abundant graces, so that you may be transformed in Christ.

Gratefully yours in Christ,
Fr. Dustin, Pastor
With your support, we can continue to know Him, love Him, and serve Him.

Know Him:

Christ engages people through stories, teachings, and parables and in the process, challenged them to think about what they believed to be true about life, forgiveness, each other, God, and so much more.

Love Him:

Christ’s relationship with the Father was deeply rooted in prayer and from this relationship flowed His while life and ministry.

Serve Him:

Christ renounced power and glory for a life of service—through His healings, miracles, comforting words, and heartfelt compassion, He served people and their deepest needs.

Living a Life of Stewardship