Saint Francis
of Assisi
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For more information about our Outreach programs or to volunteer, contact: 443-8084.

Assistant to the Needy

St. Francis Parish provides occasional assistance with utility bills, rent, motel lodging, bus tickets, and prescriptions on a one-time basis to those most in need. This ministry is funded by designated donations from parishioners and by 25% of donations made by our parishioners to the Diocesan Annual Appeal.

Communion to the Homebound

The St. Francis Communion Visitation Ministry is currently suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. Please join us in praying the Act of Spiritual Communion during the Eucharist online. In addition, the Ministry is sending prayer cards to anyone who requests them. The cards include the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe from the new oil painting in the south transept of our church, and the Prayer to Our Lady of Guadalupe for Protection from Coronavirus, as provided by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

The prayer card is available in English or Spanish. To receive it, please email your mailing address to the Ministry at

St. Francis Pathways For Justice

As members of St. Francis Parish, we embrace the parish mission, aspiring to be witnesses and prophets advocating for justice in the world. We offer presentations that foster a Franciscan awareness of and response to issues of peace, human dignity, and integrity of creation through education and advocacy. We challenge ourselves and others to act justly, love tenderly, and walk humbly with our God.
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Healing Prayer

Are you being called to pray for your fellow parishioners? God does the Listening, Loving and Healing — all we do is say “yes” to being God’s instrument. Members of this ministry pray for and with others. Information is kept confidential. Contact to submit a prayer request or to express interest in participating in this ministry.

LGBT Ministry

For those in our community who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered, this ministry provides welcome, support, and opportunities to share faith and fellowship.

Loaves & Fishes Team

Our St. Francis team serves lunch once a month to homeless brothers and sisters at the Loaves & Fishes Dining Room. Volunteers must be 14 years or older.

Outreach Events

Event sponsored by the Outreach ministry typically include the Parish Mardi Gras, Welcome Brunches, Volunteer Appreciation, and Parish Picnic.

Young Adults Ministry

If you are in your 20's or 30's, come try out our Young Adults groups, called Christian Life Communities (CLC), where you will become part of a young adult community (approximately 4 - 10 people). There is no commitment — just attend once and go from there. Our CLCs are based on Ignatian and Franciscan spirituality. CLCs exist across the world and are a place for growth, companionship, and transformation.