WELCOME HOME THIS EASTER
If you haven’t been to Church in awhile, are looking for an authentic Christian community, or are just searching for something more, we want to welcome you home this Easter.
Saint John Paul II once said, “The most beautiful and stirring adventure that can happen to you is the personal meeting with Jesus, who is the only one who gives real meaning to our lives.” So this Easter, we invite you to come and find that meaning with us.
Jesus is ready for you. Welcome home.
HOLY WEEK AND EASTER
AT ST. FRANCIS 2021
Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19 and the unprecedented circumstance, the Holy Week and Easter Schedule will be celebrated in-person and livestreamed on our Facebook Page (@StFrancisTX) following the same safety restrictions. For instructions on how to join without a Facebook account, visit sfatx.org/livestream.
April 1 // 7:00 pm
Liturgy of the Eucharist
April 2 // 7:00 pm
Liturgy of the Word
April 3 // 8:00 pm
The Easter Vigil
EASTER MASS TIMES
8:00 am • 10:00 am
12:00 pm • 2:00 pm (Spanish)
At St. Francis we take seriously our mission of Building a Church of Missionary Disciples by Preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ and Reaching the Poor. We want you to live out this call within our parish family and in your own personal life.
Who We Are
Our faith community of 3,000+ families includes members from Grapevine, Flower Mound, Southlake, Trophy Club, Roanoke, and beyond. Over 1,000 youth participate in faith formation and we welcome 350+ new families a year.
Here at St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Grapevine, Texas, our goal is to make our neighborhood Church your home. Our 9.6 acre campus is just north of Downtown Grapevine and right down the road from the Gaylord Texan.
Hear directly from our parish members how St. Francis of Assisi has impacted their own personal relationships with Jesus Christ, what they love about our faith community, and how they are striving each day to be a missionary disciples here in Grapevine and beyond.
The Catholic Mass
Possibly you are a Catholic who lives here and hasn’t been in awhile. Or maybe the Catholic faith just intrigues you and you want to find out more about how we pray. Whatever your circumstances, these questions and answers about the Catholic Mass may be helpful.
Want to learn more about the message of Jesus Christ being proclaimed here at St. Francis? We invite you to read our most recent blog posts. Discover the ways we are striving to live Our Mission and why you should make St. Francis your home.