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St. Fabian parishioners give generously of their time in every aspect of parish life. Many members give their time to visit shut-ins, work with Fieldhouse Ministry, Social Services, and St. Vincent de Paul ministries. These are just a few services that our parish family donates their time and support too. Through these ministries, our church members discover Christ in the service of others.

“The soul who blesses will prosper, whoever satisfies others will also be satisfied.”
Proverbs 11:25


The pool of talent at St. Fabian Church is full and deep. Our parishioners share their gifts through choir, Sunday school teaching, flower arranging, fund raising, cooking, lector ministry, Eucharistic ministry, and the gift of wisdom. The talents that are shared by our parishioners make our church rich in culture and diversity. God calls us to give our gifts; when we answer that call, we make the parish a better place to see the love of Christ.

“Now Christ’s body is yourselves, each of you with a part to play in the whole.”
1 Corinthians 12:27


Through the financial commitment of our church family St. Fabian church is able to make a real difference in our parish and community. With the help of church outreach, and by offering spiritual support services to our parish, our church continues to be a vital and important part of Pine Belt Community. Our financial commitment to our church is fundamental to our success. Support from everyone insures that St. Fabian continues to maintain the presence of Christ, and his message, as its sole mission. God calls His people to be stewards over all that he gives. Please meditate carefully on your personal giving plan for God. When you write a check to St. Fabian, you are giving to God. The financial support you give assists our Church in carrying out the works of spiritual and corporal mercy for God’s people. Our support is reflected in what St. Fabian gives back to the people of the Parish and the community it serves.

“So now, our God, we give thanks to you and praise your majestic name, for who am I and what is my people, for us to be able to volunteer offerings like this?-since everything has come from you and we have given you only what you bestowed in the first place.”
1 Chronicles 29:13-14