Welcome
We are so happy that you found us!

Whether you are gay or straight, single, married or partnered, divorced or remarried, a family with children, old or young, of whatever ethnicity – feel welcome here!

We are an independent catholic community, like many throughout the country and the world, that is not affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church. Rooted in our catholic tradition, we are discovering a new, and open way of being catholic.

If you are looking for an accepting community of faith, a place where you and your family can grow in your relationship with Christ, a place where the Word is meaningfully related to life, come and check us out. If you are looking for a place where all are welcome to communion, no matter their life circumstance, come and check us out. If you have been away from church for a while, come and check us out. And if you are looking for a community that reaches beyond its walls to be of help and service to the broader community, come and check us out. We are by no means perfect but we intentionally try to live a hospitality that respectfully embraces all.

Come and worship with us a few times and see if what we do and who we are resonates with you!

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We have a strong sense of community with parishioners.

What They Say

We have a strong sense of community with parishioners.
Marsha Fackler

"I am so grateful I found this church, it’s people, and it’s pastors that bring to life these teachings weekly in such a way that stays with me and is a constant reminder of the God and Christ I met when I opened my mind and heart!"

Marsha Fackler
Barry Holland

"I find here a fellowship that is not ordinarily so easy to encounter.  There are people from all walks of life, people who view the world in different ways but are seeking to understand God in a more complete way."

Barry Holland
Kelly Holland

There are people we meet during life’s journey who seem to possess some magical gift, a truly God-given ability to perform their life’s work. You encounter them and leave somehow changed. Lawman is such a person. Because of his homilies and his ministry, my family and I, and I suspect the many others who gather weekly as part of Rabbouni Catholic Community, have found a spiritual home where the best of Catholicism is celebrated and the true meaning of Christianity — and our role as Christ’s disciples — comes to life. Let the church say, “Amen!”

 

Kelly HollandPictured with Mary Louis