Holy Family Parish is a community of Catholic Christians who follow the doctrines and practices of the National Catholic Rite. The National Catholic Church is a sacramentally based Catholic community which proclaims and celebrates the Gospel of Jesus Christ as practiced by the Undivided Church of the first thousand years. As a parish family we will minister to the physical and spiritual needs of the community.
Our key mission will be:
1. Come to Christ for salvation
2. Ask God to empower us with his spirit.
3. Seek God's will in His Word
4. Pray, trusting in the Power of the Spirit.
The faithful are encouraged to start attending Mass again. Masks are no longer required, but may be worn at your discretion. We still ask that you still maintain social distancing and do not congregate in the narthex before or after Mass. The video masses will be discontinued in the near future.
Guidelines for Parishes of the Polish National Catholic Church as Covid-19 Restriction Are Relaxed June 1, 2021
Parish Congregational Meeting
The annual Parish Congregational meeting is set for Sunday, November 14th.
Since there hasn’t been much activities since our last meeting, organizations are asked to present any future plans for 2022 to discuss.
Persons interested to serve on the Parish Board are asked to give their name to either Ted Gibala, parish chairman or Father Bruce. If not able to attend the meeting a letter of intent can be given.
Also, to be elected are delegates to the National Synod to be held next year.
October 10, 2021 100th Anniversary Celebration with
opening of the time capsule.