Per Governor Cuomo's June 6th announcement that churches, temples and synagogues can re-open for public services at 25% capacity, St. Margaret Parish has resumed the public celebration of Masses.
Please Note a temporary change in the weekend Mass Schedule:
Sunday at 8:15am (15 minutes delayed)
Sunday at 9:30am (unchanged)
We ask those that attend mass to please follow the new procedures mandated by the CDC and the diocese:
Please bring and wear a face mask during Mass at all times except for the moment you receive Communion.
Although family members may sit together, all others are asked to maintain a 6-foot distance from non-household members.
There will be no hand shaking at the Sign of Peace.
Please do not congregate at the entrances of the church either while entering or leaving.
We are still striving to “stay safe,” but now we can do so in the Lord’s home, as we pray for and with one another. We're excited to welcome you back!
CELEBRATING A CENTURY
WELCOME TO ST. MARGARET'S PARISH
WELCOMING YOU HOME
Interested in joining our Parish? Come join us. Let us take the opportunity now to welcome you home! St. Margaret's is always accepting new parishioners and would love to have you with us. Either as an interested parishioner or a guest, we hope to see you soon!
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
Over the last 100+ years, St. Margaret's Parish has been a cornerstone of Faith, Love and Grace to many in the community. Learn how we have grown & evolved throughout the past century.
Parish Outreach Ministry
Little things mean a lot to those in need. Help us help others with the little things like: soap, shampoo, shaving cream, deodorant, and other (new, unopened, please) personal care items. We will distribute them to local agencies that provide assistance to those lacking the basics.