At St. Charles Catholic Church, we want to help you go far in your relationship with the Lord, and we believe that to do so it is important to go together. To that end, we would like to help you get connected in a small group Christian fellowship to support you as you Learn, Pray, Celebrate, and Share the love of Jesus.


Walking with Purpose is a Catholic Bible study for women that aims to bring women to a deeper personal relationship with Christ. Through personal study and small group discussions, the group helps to link our everyday challenges with solutions given to us through the teachings of Christ and the Catholic Church.  

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St. Charles is launching a new opportunity for men of all ages to come together weekly for community and to grow in their relationship with Jesus. Borromeo Brothers will meet at 7:30am on Saturdays starting on April 21.


Small Communities of Faith at St. Charles are groups of 6-12 people in a similar state of life who meet regularly (weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly) to grow in faith together. These meetings center around the four pillars of Christian discipleship as expressed in the St. Charles Challenge. Small Communities of Faith...

  • ...LEARN together through reflection on God's Word and through other resources suited to their needs (e.g. videos, books, or small group guides) under the advisement of the Pastor or his staff.
  • ...PRAY together through shared prayer and the testimony of God's workings in their life.
  • ...CELEBRATE together through the liturgy and the sacramental life of the Church via Sunday Mass and regular Confession.
  • ...SHARE the love of Jesus with each other through authentic conversation and mutual accountability, and spur each other on to share the love of Jesus with others through evangelization, service and giving.

Click/tap the button below to express your interest in joining a Small Community of Faith and St. Charles!

Please Note: We continue to train new leaders in an effort to keep up with the desire of our parishioners to participate in Small Communities of Faith, but at present those numbers exceed our capacity, especially among high-demand demographics. If you would like to explore becoming a Small Community of Faith leader so that we can offer this fruitful ministry to others, please contact Jim Schuster at