Building the Way to Heaven
Due to the unprecedented growth of our Parish over the past several years, Father Peter, your Pastor, and the Finance Committee determined the need for a long-term strategic plan to manage and accommodate this growth. Subsequent to the construction of our new church in August 2013 - which was completed without incurring any debt - it was obvious that further expansion was going to be needed to serve the needs of our parishioners.
Since our church was dedicated in August 2014, over 2,300 new parishioners have joined. Each week more join to become a part of our parish family. Thus, our new church needs to expand and will add permanent seating for 800. The Building the Way to Heaven capital campaign was developed to provide financial resources to complete Phase II of our strategic plan.
If you would like to contribute in helping our parish grow, please click here to donate
We Share Online
We Share is our online system for donations – it is designed to make contributions easier to manage for parishioners. This is where you can set up offertory or other contributions by credit card, which can be either one time payments or reoccurring payments.
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Our Catholic Appeal
Catholic Appeal is an annual opportunity for every member of our faith family to support the life-changing work of the Diocese of Orlando. Gifts to Our Catholic Appeal fund a wide variety of ministries that serve our nine counties in ways that no parish could accomplish alone.
Your gifts to Our Catholic Appeal are the sole source of funding for 28 ministries that benefit every parish, mission and school in our diocese. In addition, your gifts provide critical support for outreach programs such as Catholic Charities of Central Florida, Hope CommUnity Center, and our schools in the Diocese of San Juan de la Maguana in the Dominican Republic.
Because of your generosity, we are able to:
◾support 35 seminarians in their formation
◾provide food, medical care and housing to those in need
◾organize spiritual enrichment opportunities for both the lay community and our clergy
◾train parish catechists and certify new lay ecclesial ministers
◾evangelize through diocesan-wide media
◾meet with elected officials to discuss issues that affect all people, Catholic and non-Catholic alike