We are a community of Faithful Disciples who choose to seek the truth passionately, to love the Lord and others intensely, and to give freely of our gifts, because we believe that we are called to make the Kingdom of God visible in the world today.

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We are a community of Faithful Disciples who choose
to seek the truth passionately,
to love the Lord and others intensely, and to give freely of our gifts,
because we believe that we are called to make the Kingdom of God
visible in the world today.

St. Patrick Catholic Church

Mass Times

Sat 5:00 PM Mass
Sun 7:30 AM Mass
Sun 9:30 AM Mass
Sun 11:30 AM Mass
2nd Sunday of the month 6:00 PM Mass in Spanish

Mon 8:00 AM Communion Service
Tue - Thurs 7:45 AM Mass
Fri 8:30 AM Mass

Reconciliation / Confession
Saturdays 4:00 - 4:30 pm in Church
Anytime by appointment by calling the church office.

Office Hours

Tuesday - Thursday 9:00AM-4:00PM

A simple and convenient way to give: 

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Contact the Staff

Click here to email staff

Parish Office: (937) 335-2833

Pastor: Fr. Eric Bowman, ext. 101
Associate Pastor: Fr. Michael Samala, ext 121
Deacon John Carlin, 339-0726 
Deacon David Gillespie, 216-0897
Director of Music & Liturgy: David Berger, ext. 103
Office Manager: Gail Breisch, ext. 100
Business Manager: Amy Schmidt, ext. 102
Coordinator of Religious Ed. Susan Anderson ext 104
Youth Ministry Coordinator: Hollie Danis, ext. 107
Adult Faith Formation Coordinator: Pat Smith, ext.105
School Principal: Cyndi Cathcart, 339-3705 


Congratulations to our Weekly Raffle
Fundraiser Winners

November $100 Winner Judith Visser

November 27 Curt Bockey

November 20  Beth Williamson

November 13 Carla Davis

November 6 Thomas Hawkins

October $100 Winner Donna Naseman

October 30 Tom Jent

October 23 Mindy Burgeson

October 16 Allan Ganley

October 9 Linda Ryan

October 2 Kathy Hicks

September $100 Winner Gary Evans

September 25 Tim Davis

 September 18 Walter Aldridge

 September 11 Graham & Emily Duty

  September 4 Karla Yenny




  Click here to view previous winners!



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Couple Dinner

Celebrating Marriage
A special invitation to all Married & Engaged Couples – Dinner on Sat. Feb. 8 at 6 PM
Help Couples Celebrate Significant Anniversaries – Who will tell their “Love Story” this year?
Enjoy an evening of good company, food and celebration of marriage.
Please send form and $30/couple to parish office or place in collection basket.
Check made out to: St Patrick Church ATTN: Pat Smith      Deadline February 3, 2020



Here is your opportunity to share feedback and provide input to help guide St. Patrick Parish’s growth and focus! Please complete this St. Patrick Survey by December 15 if possible. Multiple submissions per household are welcomed, but please only one per person who is 13 years and older. Additional paper copies may be found in the book rack at church as well. This effort is supported by the St. Patrick Strategic Planning Core Team.

The Great Adventure Continues: Romans!

Discover What It Means to "Be Saved"
Paul’s letter to the Romans has been at the center of reflection, conversion, and controversy from the very beginning. In Romans: The Gospel of Salvation, theology professor Dr. Andrew Swafford and Jeff Cavins provide an authentically Catholic, comprehensive, and simple way to understand the overarching theme of Romans—salvation
Dr. Swafford and Cavins provide historical context, highlight the connections to Jesus and Christianity Paul makes with the Old Testament, and explore the ways in which Jesus is the fulfillment of Israel’s prophecies, which leads to the universal, “Catholic” family of God.

In this 8-session program, Catholics learn...

  • The Catholic teaching on salvation
  • How to explain salvation to non-Christians
  • What is required for salvation—faith or works
  • What Paul really means by “works” not leading to salvation
  • How Christ’s death changed our relationship with God
  • The meaning of the difficult passages in Romans
  • How we can enter more deeply into Christ
The Study begins in January for 8 weeks - Sundays from 6-7:30 PM begins January 5, 2020
Wednesdays from 9-10:30AM begins January 8, 2020   Both sessions meet in the undercroft.
You can sign up by going to link below.  Contact Pat Smith with questions:  335-2833, ext 105


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