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Parish Vision Statement

We members of the St. Patrick Catholic Community, inspired with the fire and zeal of the Holy Spirit, seek to live into our Catholic identity more fully through engaging and energizing ministry. Through a vibrant Sunday experience, St. Patrick will become a place of welcome and hospitality for all.  We will foster and empower both youth and adults toward greater love and friendship with Christ, and both forming and being formed as disciples of Christ, will witness to God’s action in our thriving parish.

Parish Synod Priorities

(1) Evangelization: St. Patrick will engage parishioners and visitors with lively Sunday liturgies.

(2) Hospitality: St. Patrick will foster a sense of welcome and hospitality to parishioners and visitors.

(3) Young Catholics: St. Patrick will empower the youth of the parish in active roles of discipleship and service.


We are excited to announce that we will be having Food Truck Friday on February 22nd from 2-5 PM. Food Truck Friday is a new fundraising initiative that we will be holding beginning this month. Please come and visit our featured truck and support our Parish and School at the same time by purchasing any item from their menu. Ten percent of all proceeds will go back to our community.

Our featured food truck on the 22nd is Mother Wilma’s Marshmallow Factory! Yum. Mother Wilma’s will be serving up her famous homemade s’mores, frozen hot chocolate and more. If you have not tired her sweet treats you should definitely stop by and give her a try! Mother Wilma is a staple in our community and you won’t be disappointed.

This fundraiser is open to the public. Be sure to share this fun initiative with your friends and family.

Follow us on Facebook and on My Parish App to learn more about: St. Patrick Parish and St. Patrick School, what our Ministries are doing, what our school is doing, new initiatives (such as Food Truck Friday) and more. You can also find some menu highlights on our Parish and school Facebook pages at @StPatsParish and @StPatsSchoolChesterton.

Sunday Masses Are Now Live Streamed

We are live-streaming some of our Masses, including 4:00 pm Saturdays, and 9:00 am, 11:00 am, and 7:00 pm on Sundays.  Click here to watch the live stream. 

Mass recordings are available here.  Homily-only recordings are available via the Parish app or on YouTube.   

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