The Celebration of the Eucharist (Mass) is celebrated on Saturday evening at 5 pm and Sunday morning at 8:00 am and 10:30 am.  Daily Mass is celebrated on Monday evening at 6:30 pm, Tuesday. Wednesday and Friday mornings at 7:30 am.   Holy Day Masses are normally at 6 pm the eve of the Holy Day and 7:30 am on the Holyday itself. 

        Our prayer at Mass is everyone’s prayer. At different times we call upon people to help lead the community in prayer. Perhaps it is serving as a Greeter, welcoming all those who come to worship. Perhaps it is being a Lector, proclaiming the Sacred Words of Scripture for all in the assembly to hear and take to heart. It might be serving as a Cantor, helping the community to life their voices in song to the Lord or maybe even singing with the Choir,. Or it may be serving as a Eucharistic Minister, sharing the Body and Blood of Christ with the assembly. Perhaps it could be serving as a Gift Bearer, bringing forth the gifts of bread and wine and the gift of our tithe (the collection.). Perhaps it is serving as an  Usher, helping to collect the tithing offerings of the community each, or being an Altar Server, preparing things for Mass and cleaning things  after Mass.

Click here to learn more about being a Minister at Mass

Click here for information about Mass Intentions

Click here for information about the celebration of First Communion

Click here to learn about opportunities for Eucharistic Adoration