RegistrationEvery family within the parish should be registered. New Parishioners should register at the Rectory at their earliest convenience. Registration, and regular use of the envelope system, is our only way to verify membership should you need to obtain a Sponsor Certificate, etc. Please also notify the office if you move to another church, or if there are any changes in address or phone number.
Sacrament of BaptismA pre-Baptismal conference is required. Baptisms are celebrated on the second and fourth Sundays of the month at 1:30 p.m. or during Sunday Liturgy.
Sacrament of MarriageArrangements are made by contacting the Pastor at least six months in advance of the wedding date.
Sacrament of the SickPlease notify the Church Office if you, a friend, or relative will be hospitalized, or if you know of someone who is unable to get to church but would like to receive the Eucharist.
Visitation of the Sick and Communion to the HomeboundThe faithful who suffer illness have a special relationship to Christ and the Christian community. Parishioners who are homebound or in convalescent homes are visited at least once a month. Communion can be brought each week from the parish's Sunday mass to the sick. The local hospital is visited weekly. Anyone who is hospitalized or homebound should let the parish staff know so that visits can be arranged.
Funeral Services & ReceptionThere is no greater time when the support of the parish community is more appreciated. Please contact the church office to arrange funeral services for your loved one. Our Bereavement Ministry provides assistance with the funeral reception, which typically follows the funeral services, in our parish center for participating parish members. (Learn more about the Bereavement Ministry on the Ministries page.) Non-participants may still rent the Fox Parish Center and make other catering arrangements.
Ann Marie Cook