The Parish Community of Saint Helen is a Roman Catholic Church dedicated to:
by sharing the saving message of Jesus Christ
by supporting, comforting and assisting those in need
by fostering the spiritual growth of all its people.
St. Helen’s Church has the most registered families in its history, yet currently, we report a pattern of lower Mass attendance.
Our strategy is to make Church matter to our parishioners.
Central to our plan is to make Sunday Eucharist the source and summit of our faith community as envisioned by the Second Vatican Council.
We commit ourselves to providing a weekend message that is relevant and well-prepared.
We commit ourselves to music that inspires the hearts of those who join us while encouraging active participation among all.
We commit ourselves to the children of our parish by inviting them to age appropriate experiences of faith formation.
We commit ourselves to reaching out to inactive parishioners, encouraging those who attend Mass to engage in ministry and spiritual growth and challenging dedicated disciples to invite newcomers to our community.
As a Roman Catholic faith community, we are shaped by both God’s Word and our Sacred Traditions as handed on to the successors of the Apostles.
The Eucharist and the Sacraments are central to our faith. We value ongoing conversion to Jesus Christ.
Daily prayer, scripture readings, small group participation and ministry are the desired goal of all our members. We aim to make disciples.
We believe that service to others flows from our call to discipleship. We believe in serving those in our parish community, in our surrounding area, as well as those in special need in our country and in the world. We believe in a missionary spirit.
We have a special place for those that are searching for a Catholic faith community where they will find a warm welcome, personal pastoral care, and faith development opportunities that are of high quality. We love seekers.
Click here to download a copy of the Parish Mission Statement, Strategy and Values
Celebration of the Eucharist
The Lord's Day
Saturday 5:30 PM
Sunday 8:00, 9:15, 10:45 AM, 12:15 PM, 6:30 PM
Monday through Friday - 7:30 (Except Summer) and 9:00 AM
Saturday - 9:00 AM
Holy Day - As announced in the bulletin
Reconciliation -Saturday 4:30 to 5:00 PM or by appointment