We believe that Jesus Christ came to reveal the fullness of God's love for us, and we continue to celebrate that love through praise, sacraments, service, and community.
Our parish offers a wide range of ministry opportunities. Whether you'd like to learn more, pray more, or serve more, we have a ministry for you.
Making an offering of our financial resources is an integral part of what it means to be a Christian. We have a variety ways to make it easy for your to support our church.
Fr. Jim Buchholz, Pastor
Fr. Ian Van Heusen, Parochial Vicar
Deacon Art Schneider
We welcome Fr. Ian VanHeusen, our new Parochial Vicar who joined us on June 27th!
Fr. Ian was born in Dundee, NY in 1981. When he was 18 months old, his father enlisted in the United States Army, and consequently the VanHeusen family moved to a variety of locations. Fr. Ian has spent about half his life in the Southern States (Georgia, Kentucky, and North Carolina) and half in Northern States (New York and Pennsylvania) with Panama and Germany thrown into the mix. He has one brother and one sister, Eric and Teresa, and his parents currently live in Fayetteville, NC.
Before entering seminary, Fr. Ian attended Fayetteville State University to complete a degree in English Education and he taught for two years in Fayetteville, NC. He has a great love for poetry and art, both of which he has been blessed to study. In addition, he is a great enthusiast of soccer and enjoys playing in his free time.
Fr. Ian attended St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Philadelphia, PA. In his time at seminary, he concentrated on the connection between moral and spiritual theology, in particular the ways that prayer and meditation lead to concrete Christian living. He blogs regularly on prayer and meditation at www.ianvanheusen.com. Fr. Ian also has both Facebook and Twitter accounts, and he looks forward to connecting with parishioners through social media.
Fr. Ian comes to us from St. Bernadette Catholic Church in Fuquay-Varina, NC.
A Priest's Perspective: Change is Never Easy
Read a priest's perspective on leaving the comfort of a parish that was home, and transferring to a new parish. "Change is never easy".
Our Parish Picnic was a HUGE success! Close to 300 people attended to celebrate the Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul, and to say good bye to Fr. Nick! Stay tuned for for images of the day!
This Thursday, June 29th: Young Adult Catholics Group, 7-9 pm in the Spiritual Life Center!
August 17, 2017: Save the Date! "Adult Italian Dinner Night"
Come out to a relaxing, fun night to help us in our endeavor to build a beautiful Stations of the Cross Garden. Details Coming Soon!