About St. Lambert’s
St. Lambert Parish
St. Lambert Parish is named for Saint Lambert of Maastricht who lived around 635-700 in the Northeast area of Belgium. The saint’s feast is celebrated on 17 Sept.
St. Lambert Parish began in 1955 with 50 members and has grown to a vibrant community of over 1050 members. Learn more about our history here.
St. Lambert Parish has a wonderful spirit of humility and generosity which are instrumental qualities in growing in the life of God. These qualities are demonstrated every week through the stewardship of our parishioners, the leadership of our pastors and the active celebration of the sacraments. In addition to the weekly celebration of the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist and Reconciliation, in the last year:
St. Lambert Parish is part of The Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls that has been serving the community of Eastern South Dakota for over 125 years. To learn more about the diocese view the welcome brochure and visit the diocese web site.
St. Lambert Mission Statement
We strive to be a welcoming community, sharing the love of Jesus Christ through prayer, celebrating the Eucharist, educational opportunities, calling forth the unique gifts of each member, and reaching out to meet the needs of our parish and community.
The demonstration of this mission is realized through the active and generous actions of our community and we actively work to provide opportunities to grow and share our faith and gifts. To learn more check out the resources below and feel free to contact our Parish Staff.
St. Lambert School
St. Lambert School is a Catholic elementary school established in 1958 and is currently one of six Catholic elementary schools, a junior high and a high school that comprise Sioux Falls Catholic School System.
At St. Lambert School, students grow and develop skills, habits, knowledge and faith. Religious instruction is an integral part of our education process and there has always been a strong bond between the school and parish communities.