Welcome to our Church!  Our web page is designed to be the door to learning about our church.   After learning about us online, it is my hope and prayer you will come visit us in person on a Sunday for worship!

I think you will be glad that you decided to connect with St. Patrick's.  We seek to glorify God by being a church that is relevant by living the Gospel in everything we say and do.

We are a church that is filled with grace.  We offer help and healing for people from all walks of life.  God has purposed for St. Patrick's to be a voice declaring God's truth in the postmodern world.   

We exist to help you deepen your relationship with God and to experience the blessing of being part of a community of faith.

God bless you and those you love this day and forever+ 

Kevin Baker, Pastor

Welcome Brochure click here

What to Expect

At our church, the dress is “come as you are,” and we provide children’s classes and nursery during the sermon time.  We gather every Sunday at 11:30 a.m. to worship God, hear His Word, pray, and have communion.  

I know it can be stressful to visit a new place.
Here are some frequently asked questions to help you know what to expect. If you have a question that you don’t see addressed on this page, feel free to email the pastor.  We are glad to answer your questions.


What should I wear?

Most people dress casually but the most important thing is that you feel comfortable. We are pretty sure that your dress doesn’t matter to God so it doesn’t matter to us either.

What do I do with my kids?

During the service we offer classes and childcare. Our caring nursery staff and high-energy teachers are here to provide a safe, caring, Bible-based experience for your kids.

We believe communion is the Lord's Table and does not belong to any one denomination, all who have been baptized (including and those who have been divorced) are welcome to come forward and receive the bread and the wine.

Read about why we baptize children here.
Watch a video about about why we welcome baptized children at the Lord's Table here.


What is your music like?

 Our music is what is called contemporary praise and worship.  We sing music produced by ministries such as Hillsong, Vineyard, Hosanna, Bethel, and more!  This is a sample.  


How long are the services?

Each service goes for just over an hour.


What happens at a service?

The service starts with 10-15 minutes of music that you can sing along to. Then there is a reading from a New Testament book of the Bible, and the Gospel.  The pastor preaches a 20-25 minute sermon that is designed to teach you a biblical truth that you can live in your daily life.  Then we have communion, announcements, and are sent back into the world to live for God with a blessing from God. 


What do I have to do?

Nothing! Just relax and enjoy. We won’t make you say anything.


Do I have to bring anything?

No. We will have coffee and tea along with some snacks for you to enjoy after the service. If you have a Bible, bring it. If not we have one you can use.

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