Weekend Mass video available by clicking below:
Please Note: The Bishop's dispensation from the obligation to attend weekend Mass ends the weekend of June 19 & 20. See the video message "Back to Church" from Bishop Byrne found in our website Blog feed.
Bulletins are available online or between the doors of the office. Contribution Envelopes can mailed, saved until Masses resume, or online giving can be used via this website and our Parish App.
St. Francis of Assisi Parish is a Roman Catholic Community of Faith centered on the active celebration of the Eucharist. We are dedicated to meeting the needs of our growing community. We strive to educate our membership in the faith and to respond to the needs of others, particularly the hungry, both spiritually and physically. We seek to be a unified parish family, bearing witness, in all we say and do, to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Lord's Day Mass
Saturday at 4 PM
Sunday at 8 AM, 10:30 AM
Monday through Thursday at 8 AM
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturdays at 3 PM, (On first Sunday weekends, no Saturday Confessions. Instead, Confessions heard on first Sundays at 7:15 AM and 9:45 AM) or by appointment.
First Friday Mass at 8 AM
Monthly Mass & Breakfast
Saturday after 1st Friday at 8 AM
Please call ahead
10 Park Street in Belchertown
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- Fr. David Darcy, Pastor
- Mr. Paul Vanasse, Pastoral Minister
- Mrs. Louise Christ, Parish Secretary
- Mrs. Kathy Kervick, Bulletin Editor
- Dr. Carolyn Groves, Director of Religious Education
- Mrs. Linda Racicot, 1st Communion Coordinator
- Ms. Melissa Hurst, Confirmation Coordinator/NCYC
- Mrs. Judy Trickey, RCIA Director
- Mrs. Roberta Lojko, Parish Child Advocate
- Mr. Tom Curto, Head of Maintenance
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