We are pleased you are considering attending Mass at St. Pius X.  We are a large parish so we hope this introduction helps make your entrance to our parish home a welcoming one.  When you enter our front doors, you will find yourself in what we call the “Gathering Area.”  Here you will be met by men and women wearing “Greeter” name badges.  Please ask them any questions you may have about your immediate needs: nursery, coat rack, restrooms, etc. (Our nursery is currently closed due to covid restrictions; we do hope to open on a limited basis soon. Please watch our home page and Facebook for updates.)

Our Sanctuary where we celebrate the Mass (or Liturgy) together is straight ahead.  As with all things during the pandemic our parish has made changes to adhere to social distancing guidelines.  We can comfortably seat 125-200 people per service, depending on individuals/couples/families.  Once we have met capacity, we will close the doors.  We do live stream our Sunday Mass (10am currently; 8:30am as of Oct. 4) and invite you to join us in spiritual communion!

You are welcome to wear casual clothing to St. Pius X.  You’ll probably see a little of everything so please wear what makes you feel comfortable. We do require face masks for all over the age of 5.  We pray together that the pandemic ends soon and we may gather together in a larger body soon. God bless you.

If you think of some other information that would be beneficial please send your comments or questions to email us.  Again, welcome to St. Pius X and may God bless you and yours.

Mission Statement

We, the St. Pius X Community, are strengthened and guided by the Holy Spirit as we seek to follow Jesus Christ.  We are a family called together to celebrate in sacramental worship and share in a caring ministry to one another.  We value each person in our faith community.  Our faith moves us to action and service.  We welcome and reach out to all.

Our Parish is founded on and carried forward by:

  • The guidance and wisdom of the Holy Spirit
  • Celebration and worship
  • Our caring and welcoming community
  • Respect for life and the diversity of individuals
  • Living what we believe in the broader community