Sacraments

As Catholics, we believe that God is made known to us in the physical world. Water, bread, oil, flame, the cup…all bring God’s love in sacred community and communion.

The word Eucharist means “thanksgiving.” In sharing the meal together as we thank our loving Creator, we remember the meal Christ shared with his friends on the night before he died. In this Sacrament, the real presence of Christ is in our midst in the bread broken and cup poured out – and in our very lives as an inclusive community.

We celebrate the “People’s Mass” on the 2nd Sunday of the month at 9:30 AM. With two presiders from the community, we bless the bread and cup together in a simple contemplative liturgy.

We celebrate an Inclusive Mass on the last Sunday of the month at 9:30 AM, together with a presider from the Roman Catholic Womenpriests.

A pot luck brunch follows all Masses, and there is always lots of coffee!

We celebrate other Sacraments – Baptism, Reconciliation, Funerals/Memorial Masses, and Weddings upon request.