Proposed multi-purpose building on Benton Blvd.
In December 2015, a capital campaign began at the Pooler Catholic Community. The faithful at the PCC were asked to donate to assist in the $1.5 Million to begin the first phase of the building. The campaign's first phase of working with a consulting firm ended in February 2017 and we begin looking to the future and our community in March 2017 after successfully raising close to $1 Million dollars from 90 pledges from our dedicated community.
We will keep you updated! If you want to share in the exciting plans for a new church in Pooler, Georgia... simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us for more information at 912/239-0143 and ask us how you can help build our Lord's church in Pooler!
Our Mission & Vision
The Pooler Catholic Community, led by a faithful people of our Lord Jesus Christ, is called to grow in peaceful love and devotion to our Lord and the Catholic Church. We are dedicated to serving the needs of our church family, those traveling and the greater community of West Chatham County Georgia as we love one another as Jesus loves us.
We are an active community comprised of over 100 households. Led by Fr. Thomas J. Murphy and a strong corps of volunteers, there is an increasing number of ways that people of all ages can participate in the spiritual, educational, social and service ministries of our community. We are committed to Christ, to one another, and to the betterment of our community.
Our fundraising for our new church has begun! To find out more about our building drive, watch the link on the Home page. Also, take time to read the building brochure information listed below. Won't you help us "Build in Faith?"
Now is an exciting time to be part of Pooler Catholic Community! With gratitude for the sacrifice and dedicated efforts of initial parishioners in developing this community into a vibrant parish, we look toward to a bright future as we continue to offer friends and visitors joining us at the PCC a chance to donate. Currently, on the third Saturday of each month, a second collection is dedicated to the Building Fund.