What To Expect
A community buzzing with activity
On Sunday mornings, our church and parish pastoral center are buzzing with activity. If you visit, you’ll find liturgical ministers preparing for the liturgy; our hospitality team setting-up the Parish Center for our coffee hours; members of our Hunger and Homelessness Ministry heading out to rescue food from local supermarkets and delivering donations to Catholic Charities Food Pantry; our Family Center being prepared for childcare; and our children’s catechists setting-up their classrooms.
Once Mass begins, you’ll experience our worship as vibrant, dynamic, and fresh—inspiring our community to make a difference in the world around us. You will hear a variety of liturgical music, reflecting the diversity of our tradition.
Following the 9:30 and 11:15 liturgies, our Parish Hall is a lively gathering place where people socialize over a cup of fair trade coffee and a freshly baked pastry. If you can picture yourself here, we hope you’ll stop by. If you do, you can expect a genuine welcome.
The church building is fully accessible by elevator at both the street level entrance on Belvidere Street (at the front of the building), and at the entrance on the corner of St. Cecilia Street and Scotia Street (the left side of the building).