This drawing depicts the St. Vitus Church 1907 building inserted into the current building with Fr. DeMita and Italian immigrants who founded the parish.


Campaign for The Church Alive

Our Campaign for The Church Alive
St. Vitus Parish exceeded its $1,180,000 goal by receiving pledges in the amount of $1,352,510.          

Total pledges $1,377,317 – St. Vitus’ share of the pledge payments is projected to be $500,927.  Pledge payments received to date in the parish $180,512

Finance and Pastoral Committees’ case statement directed that the campaign funds allocated to the parish would be used to replace the lighting and electrical system in the church, to redesign and update the kitchen in Fabbri Hall, and for technological updates for St. Vitus School. 

The work to replace and update the electrical system is underway.  Bids have been received and the on-site work should begin in a few weeks.  The cost of the project is estimated to be $140,000.  After this project is completed, the Fabbri Hall kitchen project will be reviewed.

Our parish is still accepting pledges to Our Campaign for the Church Alive. 
Contact Fr. Almade through our parish office to make your pledge or bequest.


The Church Alive link


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