We are called by our Baptism to actively live our Catholic Faith by proclaiming the Word of God, Jesus Christ, in all that we say and do, serving God's people and building a community filled with the Holy Spirit that is nourished by Scripture and Sacraments.

REOPENING -- PHASE 2.5

Our REGULAR MASS SCHEDULE HAS RESUMED but with some restrictions. You will ONLY be able to enter through the 17th Street door and sit in pews that are not blocked off (1/2 of them are blocked). We also have painters' tape on pews to assist in social distancing. Masks will be expected. Hymnals have been removed since they could ``hold'' the virus. Music and readings will be distributed on a printed sheet. We will need several volunteers AFTER each Mass to assist in sanitizing the pews for the next Mass. WELCOME HOME!!!

Livestream Mass

We plan to provide livestream Masses for Holy Week from St. Egbert Chapel according to the following schedule:

Sundays at 11 AM in English

Domingo at 1 PM en Espanol

To access the livestream, logon to YouTube.com and in the Search bar, type St. Egbert Catholic Church. You should find it by scrolling down and it will be the first or second piece on the list.

Auto Deduction Contributions

Beginning on September 10, 2020, all auto deductions will go through Truist (BB&T) Bank. Dogwood State Bank is no longer available for this service. Parishioners who have signed up for Auto Deduction are not required to make any changes in paperwork. All accounts have been transferred to BB&T through our accounting office.

FAITH FORMATION

It is that time of year again for the start of our Faith Formation programs for 2020-21. Click on the links below for information about the program for this year. Also included is a link for the Registration Form. For more information, please contact Joe McKenzie at [email protected] or Barbara Wilson at [email protected]

Faith Formation Flyer

Faith Formation Registration Form

 

Updating Census

We are in the process of updating our parish census. We are asking all member families to click on the link below which will take them to a census form where you can make changes in your family listing in our parish directory, ie, address, emails, phone changes, additional children (or removing children who no longer live here, etc. Please do this as soon as possible.

Parish Census Form

Stewardship and Offertory

During this time of separation due to COVID-19 and the fact that we cannot gather for Word and Sacrament, the church still has expenses and obligations that need to be fulfilled. While we know and appreciate that some of our families are having some financial issues themselves, we ask that where it is possible that parishioners remember to send their donations to the church. You can signup for Online Giving by clicking the link below or by mailing them to the parish at 1706 Evans Street, Morehead City, NC 28557. We thank you for your assistance in helping us fulfill our obligations.

New Parishioners!

Please take a moment to complete the parish registration form by clicking on the link below:

Parish Registration Form

Online Giving

Online GivingYou can now make your offertory donations online by using the link below.

Access Online Giving

 

Mass Times

Saturday 5:30 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM, 11:00 AM, 1:00 pm (Spanish)
LIVESTREAM still available at 11 AM and 1 PM
Monday 9:00 AM
Tuesday 9:00 AM (Communion in absence of a priest)
Wednesday 12 Noon
Thursday 7 PM
Friday 9:00 AM

Other Services
Reconciliation Saturdays 4:15-5 PM and by appointment (726-2535)

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Monday-Friday: 8:00 AM –4:30 PM
Closed Noon to 1:00 PM for Lunch

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  • Sep 24 2020  7:00 pm - Mass
  • Sep 25 2020  9:00 am - Mass
  • Sep 26 2020  5:30 pm - Mass

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  • Thu, Sep 17th

  • Wed, Sep 9th

Photo Albums

  • The altar for Easter at the Civic Center.
  • John at the Piano
  • Fr. Davis and the servers (Pliskos) arrive at the altar.
  • Lynn proclaiming the Psalm ``This is the Day!''
  • Fr. T elevates the Eucharist just prior to Communion.
  • Fr. T gives a blessing to a parishioner at Communion time.