American Sign Language
American Sign Language is offered to hearing-impaired Mass participants at 11:15 am on Sundays. Classes are also offered for those wishing to learn ASL. Hearing aid devices connected electronically to the church sound system are available for those with hearing disabilities.
Child care is provided at our Saturday 5 pm and Sunday 8:30 am, 11:15 am, and 5 pm Masses and offered for some parish functions at St. Francis of Assisi. Parents must request child care in advance for other parish events outside of these Mass times.
Professional counseling for individuals, couples, and families is available; please call the office for information about these programs.
Eucharistic Adoration in the Blessed Sacrament chapel allows individuals to deepen their relationship with Jesus by spending time in contemplation and prayer before the Blessed Sacrament. The chapel is open from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm, Sunday through Friday.
Financial Peace University
Financial Peace University seminars, offered to parishioners several times a year, introduce techniques for debt-free living and offer advice to promote a financially responsible lifestyle.
The Kid’s Day Out program is designed and dedicated to meet the needs of the parent as well as the children of the St. Francis of Assisi community between the ages of 1 and 5 years old.
Our Library lends books and videos to parishioners for personal study and reflection. Volunteers are needed to staff the library. Located in the Sophia Room in the Religious Education Building, library is open during regular church office hours and when faith formation classes are in session.
Our Prayer Labyrinth, located behind the San Damiano building, provides an outdoor sacred space for quiet prayer and reflection. It is patterned after the design found in France’s Chartres Cathedral.
If you have prayer requests that you would like voiced, please call Cynthia Dean on our parish prayer line at 210. 493. 7056.
Quilting Piece-makers Group
Parishioners are able to meet and sew quilts while sharing faith, friendship, and commonalities.
Spiritual Direction is provided by trained parishioners and pastoral staff, to assist those who seek to deepen their relationship with God.