Sacraments
The sacraments are means God blesses and strengthens us. The Holy Spirit is the link between the ordinary practices of getting wet and eating and drinking and the spiritual realities of forgiveness of sins and new life in Christ.
  • HOLY BAPTISM: We are united to Christ and join the family of God through baptism. We are pleased to baptize adults who turn to Christ as well as the children of parishioners.

  • HOLY EUCHARIST: We engage in Holy Communion with Almighty God every Sunday. All baptised believers are welcome to the Lord's Table!

  • CONFIRMATION: Those who have been baptized and brought before the bishop to affirm or reaffirm their baptismal vows receive the laying on of hands to be strengthened by the Holy Spirit to.  

  • RECONCILIATION: This sacrament is a means  by which the people of God are absolved from sins committed after Baptism and reconciled to God and with the Christian community. 

  • HOLY MATRIMONY: The sacrament of marriage unites a woman and a man in eternal union before God with the purpose of following Christ, and when possible, raising a faithful, holy family. 

  • ANOINTING THE SICK:  The anointing of the sick is administered to bring spiritual and even physical strength during an illness, especially near the time of death. It is most likely one of the last sacraments one will receive. 

  • HOLY ORDERS: God calls some people from His church to serve as Bishops, Priests, and Deacons. Through these offices, our Lord feeds and shepherds his flock.