Liturgical Information

Sunday Mass - 9 AM

Thanksgiving Vigil Mass
Nov 25 at 7 PM

Solemnity of Christ the King
Home Service

MISSION STATEMENT

Holy Family Parish is a community of Catholic Christians who follow the doctrines and practices of the National Catholic Rite. The National Catholic Church is a sacramentally based Catholic community which proclaims and celebrates the Gospel of Jesus Christ as practiced by the Undivided Church of the first thousand years. As a parish family we will minister to the physical and spiritual needs of the community. 

Our key mission will be:

1. Come to Christ for salvation

2. Ask God to empower us with his spirit.

3. Seek God's will in His Word

4. Pray, trusting in the Power of the Spirit.

These are the recommendations from the Prime Bishop and the Bishops of the church.  "The Church doors will be open for all the celebrations, but it is recommended to stay home or keep a social distance if attending the liturgy."

Guidelines for the reestablishment of worship - May 13, 2020

Additional liturgical resources are available through
the PNCC and Future Direction Facebooks links

CURRENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

A Reminder:

 Although we are in the Green Zone, you should not be congregating in the narthex before and after Mass, and face masks are still required to be worn during Mass as well as social distancing in pew seating and receiving communion.  The pandemic is still not over and by practicing these precautions, it will ease concerns for parishioners who would like to begin attending Mass if we all cooperate keeping to the recommendations. Soon we will be worshipping on a regular basis. We will continue keeping the worship center safe by sanitizing the Church before each service.   Always check the Website or Facebook for any new recommendations.

Reverend Bruce Sleczkowski, Pastor

Phone:  412.276.5562 

E-mail: Pastor@hfpncc.org

Office Hours: Fridays 9 - 11 AM, or by Appointment