Parish YouTube Channel
The Sunday 9:00am Mass will be live-streamed each week on YouTube.
From Fr. John's Desk
The Power of Prayer09-19-2021Fr. John J. Barbella
This week Father Gilbert will make his annual priest retreat. In her wisdom, the Church requires every priest to make a five day retreat each year. Experience has taught the Church that doing so not only brings many blessings to her priests, but also to the people they serve.
Please pray for Father Gilbert as he makes his retreat. Having enjoyed the assistance of your prayers when I made my own retreat back in June. I know how powerful it is to have many people praying for you while on retreat. God grants so many blessings to us in answer to our prayers for each other, and we should always be grateful to Him for that.READ MORE
Add Sat, Jul 24 - Thu, Oct 7
You are cordially invited to celebrate your 25th or 50th Wedding Anniversary with the Church of Metuchen and renew your marriage vows with Bishop James F. Checchio at a special Evening Prayer Service at the Cathedral of St. Francis of Assisi in Metuchen on Sun, Oct 17 at 3:30pm.
Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Czestochowa
Add Sun, Jul 25
A Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Czestochowa National Shrine will take place on Sat, Sep 25. The cost of the trip will be $25.00. To make reservations please contact Camille at 908-319-2719.
Serra Club of Warren County
Add Tue, Sep 21 @ 6:00 PM (every third Tuesday of the month)
Serra Club of Warren County is looking for new members. Anyone over the age of 18 is welcome to join. Our meetings are on the First and Third Tuesday of the month starting with mass at 6:00pm in the church and a dinner meeting at Flynn’s on the Hill starting at 7:00pm. Anyone wishing to join please call the church office at 908-454- 0112.
2021 Bishop's Annual Appeal
“It is because of your love for Christ and the Church that I ask you to join me in being Transformed by Christ’s Body and Blood, to make a sacrificial contribution to the Bishop’s Annual Appeal in proportion to your income, and continue our Mission to Light a Fire in the Heart of the Church.”
Most Reverend James F. Checchio, JCD, MBA
Bishop of Metuchen