Founded July 1, 2000 and again in January 2013, is a consolidation of Saint Carthage, Transfiguration of Our Lord, and Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament

Our history

Founded on July 1, 2000, St. Cyprian Church is a consolidation of Saint Carthage and Transfiguration of Our Lord parishes. Again, in January of 2013, Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament and St. Cyprian parishes merged. Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament was a merger of Our Lady of Victory and Our Lady of the Rosary parishes. The century long history of each of these parishes came together through the prayers and efforts of all those involved in the merger.

During the time of preparation for the merger, both parishes prayed to Our Patron, St. Cyprian, who was born an African nobleman about 200 AD. He converted to Christianity, later he became a priest, then a bishop. He directed the church during a time of persecution, always stressing the theme of UNITY. This theme is still important for churches striving to be united as one.

Active and alive, our parish moves forward in Unity-Faith-Hope.

Mission Statement

We the parishioners of St. Cyprian Catholic Church are family of Christians, created in the image and likeness of our loving God. We gather to be nurtured by the Word and nourished through the Eucharist.

Sent forth by Christ, we strive to share Him with each other in our daily lives, and to spread His message to all.

We respond to Christ’s command to witness Gospel values to ALL PEOPLE through:
   1. Adult Education and Parish Programs
   2. Parish School
   3. Youth Programs
   4. Assistance to the needy

With Christ as our cornerstone, we attempt to minister to the body, mind, and spirit of our fellow human beings, serving as beacon of hope to our community.

Through the intercession of our Patron St. Cyprian, we come together in Unity-Faith-Hope.