Saint Fidelis Parish is a Roman Catholic church whose mission is to provide a welcoming, Christ-centered environment serving all who desire to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ by offering the Sacraments and Scriptures.
The parish is named in honor of an Italian soldier-saint from the 4th Century CE named Fidelis Of Como. According to legend, Fidelis was an army officer who was guarding Christian prisoners at Milan, including Saint Alexander, and managed to procure the freedom of five prisoners but was later executed.
An impressive, contemporary building, parishoners and guests alike are welcomed by large, stained glass windows. Along with the sanctuary, the parish has facilities for groups, classes and a health ministry.
The office is open Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
A paved parking area is available in front of the church.