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St. Paul's Catholic Church

Roman Catholic Diocese of Boise

Building for the Future

Almighty Father, bless our growing parish community...
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Phase 2 Goal

Proud History, Exciting Future

Over one hundred years ago our forebears took up the reigns of an incredible mission to establish a Catholic Parish and School here in Nampa. And they did it! With great faith in Christ, our ancestors made great sacrifices so that future generations could have a Catholic Church where they could gather, worship, learn and ultimately, be in community. Now, one hundred years later, it is our turn to take up the mission to build on faith in order to serve our growing community. Our beautiful new church that was dedicated in 2013 is a testament to the great faith and vibrancy of St. Paul’s Parish.

But our work isn’t finished yet.

Now is the time to complete the building project by building our new school and education center, parish offices, our parish hall/event center, added parking and play fields. This great work can only be accomplished if we all come together and we all give. This is our time to invest in our community for now and for years to come.

While plans for Phase 2 are very exciting, they are only theoretical. They can only become a reality if we achieve our fundraising goals. You can make a 1, 2 or 3 year pledge and help us provide the next generation and beyond with a unified and sustainable home. Contact the parish office at 208-466-7031 to set up your campaign pledge.

Thank you very much for all you do to help make St. Paul’s a great parish. I also ask that you pray and discern how you can best give to our campaign so that the Light of Christ will continue to shine brightly in Nampa for years to come.


Click here to read the most recent update to the Building on Faith Campaign, Newsletter Vol. 3. (English) (Spanish).

Pledge FAQs

Thank you to those who have pledged to our capital campaign. We appreciate your patience and willingness to give to this very important project for our parish to continue growing in faith together. Many parishioners have asked how and when they are to make payment on their pledge. Below are the most frequently asked questions and the corresponding answers:

When Do I Make My Pledge Payment? You can make your monthly pledge payment at any time during the month. We have designated the first weekend of each month as “First Sunday Second Collection for Building on Faith” where a special second collection will be taken immediately after the regular collection.  You may submit your pledge payment in this second collection OR you can submit your pledge at any time during the month. If you do NOT drop your payment in the collection designated for Building on Faith, please be sure to use a Building Fund envelope and/or make your payment to St. Paul’s Building Fund.

What Envelopes Do I Use?

  • If you already receive regular monthly giving envelopes at your home, there is a light blue pledge envelope with the Building on Faith Growing to Serve logo.  Please use this when submitting your monthly pledge payment.
  • If you are not set up to receive regular giving envelopes, you can use the red or blue Building on Faith Growing to Serve envelopes located in the back of the church and also in the gathering area near the glass display case.  You can drop these envelopes in any offertory or in the safe near the glass display case. If you would like to receive monthly giving envelopes, call the parish office.

Can I Make My Payment Online or Automatically? If you want to set up and manage “online giving”, you will need to go to the parish website and set up your automatic payment.  Your other “online giving” option is to contact Gina or Sheri in the parish office to set up for you.

Will I Receive A Payment Reminder? You will NOT receive a monthly bill or invoice for your pledge but rather a quarterly pledge statement.   This will show you the amount you pledged, what has been paid to date and the unpaid balance.

If you would like to make a pledge, please contact Sheri at the parish office.  If you have not made a pledge and would like to make a one-time gift, you may do so by using the Building on Faith envelopes or simply make your check out to St. Paul’s Building Fund.


Shane Gehring:

Jason Nienhouse:

Kurt Batey:

Rusty Boicourt:

Morrie Berriochoa:

Teodoro & Yuri Blanco

Kim Freeman:

Fr. Caleb Vogel:


Click here to explore the subcommittees working towards our goal of building for our future. If you are interested in joining any of these subcommittees or learning more about them, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Why is now a great time to build a school?

A new report released recently by Bluum aims to help local education leaders, community leaders, businesses, and philanthropies support wiser and more strategic investments in schools. Treasure in the Valley: Demographic Changes and New School Opportunities in Ada and Canyon Counties looks at current demographics, population growth, and student performance metrics to help in siting new schools for the area.

If you missed the Campaign Kickoff, watch Fr. Vogel’s homily for details:


Useful Resources

The Fact Sheet provides information about future plans.

Our Case Statement highlights the pressing need for Phase II. Letters of support form Bishop Peter and Fr. Vogel are included.

Pledge FAQs in a single convenient document.

Gifts to St. Paul’s School Building Fund qualify for a tax credit!

Join a Committee!

If you are interested in joining a committee, please complete the easy application below.

We need your trade!

Click the icon above for a list of trades we need for our building project. If you are licensed in any of the trades found here, please contact Dennis Harmon to place a bid.

Dennis Harmon
HCD Commercial Construction
1012 4th. St. North Nampa, Idaho 83687
Office / Fax (208) 442-9900
Cell (208) 941-1975

A church.

Location and Contact

Parish Church:
510 W. Roosevelt
Nampa, ID 83686
Parish Office:
(208) 466-7031
1515 8th St. S
Nampa, Idaho 83651
Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Friday: 9 AM - 12 Noon
Sunday: 9 AM - 2:30 PM (at the Church)
*Except on Holy Days and Holidays*

The Eucharist.

Weekend Masses

5:00 PM (English)
8:00 AM (English)
9:30 AM (English)
12:00 Noon (Español)
5:00 PM (English)
7:00 PM (Español)

A stained glass window.

Weekday Masses

Daily Mass: 8 AM
Monday, Tuesday, Friday
School Mass: Thursdays, 8:15 AM at Old St. Paul's
Wednesday Mass: 12:10 PM
St. Alphonsus Hospital (Garrity Blvd.) in the 2nd floor chapel
Misa diaria: Miercoles 6 PM

A rosary.


Wednesday: 5 PM - 5:45 PM
Saturday: 3 PM - 4:30 PM