St. Helena Catholic Church is preparing for its 100th anniversary celebration in 2024. Please contact the rectory if you would like to be on the planning Committee.
From many countries and cultures, Saint Helena Parish Family celebrates God’s faithfulness by encountering Christ through Scripture, the Sacraments and Community.
Chairperson: Norajean Glenn
Vice Chairperson: Fred Rosso
Monica Rodriguez Victoria
Mary Nguyen Carolyn Onibalusi
Dong Van Nguyen
Sr. Maryanne Zakreski
Gracious God we give thanks as we anticipate celebrating the 100th anniversary of St. Helena Church and the journey that started so many years ago, and so many plans ago, and so many dreams ago. We celebrate all the joys that have been birthed in these 95 years. We celebrate all the happy times, all the accomplishments, and all the triumphs. Thank You, Lord, for blessing our parish. We acknowledge that there have been, and will continue to be, struggles and heartaches. Yet we have traveled together under Your protection and love for the past 95 years. Thank You, Lord, for being with us in good times and bad. We give thanks for those who founded our church 96 years ago and for their faith and vision, for their gifts and abilities. We give thanks for all who have been members of this congregation, those who have given freely of their time and money, and for those whose wisdom guided our Church. We give thanks for all who have preached and taught here and for all who today lead in worship, witness, and service in our parish. We ask, Lord, that You would continue to protect us, guide us and sustain us as we anticipate our 100th anniversary celebration in 2024. Amen.
Meetings are held once a month at 9:00 AM in the Rectory Basement. Future meetings are announced here and in the bulletin.
Click on a date to see the meeting minutes.
|March 21, 2020 – canceled due to coronavirus|
|February 8, 2020|
|January 18, 2020 – postponed due to inclement weather|
|November 23, 2019|
|October 26, 2019|
100th Anniversary Kickoff Mass
September 14, 2019, Saturday
with the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick