St. Alphonsus Liguori "Rock" Church has been an area landmark since its dedication in 1872 and is now home to more ... More
St. Alphonsus Liguori "Rock" Church
St. Alphonsus Liguori "Rock" Church has been an area landmark since its dedication in 1872 and is now home to more than 1,300 church families. Although it has undergone several additions since the 1800s, its mission has not changed. The church serves the area's worship needs and helps out in the community, offering events such as the yearly Women's Weekend retreat and the Men's Day Fishers of Men gathering. Bible study classes are taught to students all ages. The Reverend Dr. Maurice Nutt has been this church's leader since 1993.
We recently attended St. Alphonsus "The Rock" Church and what a spiritual experience it was! Although the mass was 2 hours long with the "Handshake of Peace" taking 15-20 minutes, it seemed we were there only a short time. If every mass was like that one a Catholic would never consider leaving in search of something else.
We can't wait to find the time to travel back to St. Louis and attend again!
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