Greetings all,

Dear Friends,

Welcome to Holy Redeemer Parish website. Holy Redeemer is part of the NW8 Family of Parishes including St. Augustine, Minster; St. Joseph’s, Egypt; St. John the Baptist, Maria Stein; Precious Blood, Chickasaw; St. Sebastian, St. Sebastian; St. Rose, St. Rose; and Nativity, Cassella.

Holy Redeemer is a vibrant Catholic Community that worships, learns, prays and plays together. We are a very active Parish as reflected by the many ministries and organizations found here. We are committed to helping each other grow in our faith and to deepen our relationship with God. Holy Redeemer is also blessed with many folks who offer their gifts and talents in service of each other.

One of the unique features of our Church is that the doors are never locked! Much like this website, access to our Church is 24/7. We realize that the need for God is not limited to 9-5, Monday-Friday, and a couple of hours on Sunday. The need for God is not bound by time. We welcome you to stop by this Church or website anytime day or night.

We hope that this website will help you on your spiritual journey. We hope it will be a stepping stone to greater involvement in our Parish. Finally, for you who are looking for a Faith Community, we invite you to explore our website, get to know us, and see what it is that Holy Redeemer has to offer you. We also invite you to consider joining us on Sunday to worship our loving God and also to join us for any event that you find may help you grow closer to God and take one step closer to heaven. For that is our goal, to help each other get to heaven. The next step is yours…

Blessings and prayers, Fr. Ken

Father Ken Schnipke

Pastor, NW8 Parish of Families

"Suppose one of you has a hundred sheep and loses one of them. Doesn't he leave the ninety-nine in the open country and go after the lost sheep until he finds it? And when he finds it, he joyfully puts it on his shoulders and goes home. Then he calls his friends and neighbors together and says, 'Rejoice with me; I have found my lost sheep.' Luke 15:4-6