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.

Livestream Mass

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

Holy Thursday at 7 PM

Good Friday at 3 PM

Easter Vigil on Saturday at 7 PM

Easter Sunday at 11 AM

NOTE:  Misa de Pascua en Espanol on Sunday at 1 PM

You will find these livestreams at our YouTube Channel: St. Egbert Catholic Church

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.

Online Giving

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

https://osvonlinegiving.com/4855

 

RECONCILIATION

WITH BISHOP ZARAMA'S LATEST INFORMATION, THE CELEBRATION OF THE SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION ARE SUSPENDED, EXCEPT IN CIRCUMSTANCES IN DANGER OF DEATH!!

CANCELLATION!!

Due to the coronavirus situation, the Parish Faith Formation Programs are cancelled until further notice. Masses will continue as scheduled, following the directions as stipulated by Bishop Zarama's statement. Social events are cancelled until further notice.

INFO for KEEPING THE FAITH

Our Sunday Visitor is offering different means of Keeping the Faith to Catholics during this time away from the physical presence of the Church. Get these daily updates by clicking to this link to sign up: https://reply.osv.com/covid-19

MASSES CANCELLED!!

As of Tuesday, March 17 at 7 AM, all Masses and other Liturgical Celebrations (i.e. Communion Services) in the Diocese of Raleigh are CANCELLED until further notice due to the Coronavirus (COVID 19) by order of Bishop Luis Rafael Zarama!!!

 

 

BISHOP'S ANNUAL APPEAL

BAA 2020We know that may of the ministries directly funded by the Bishop's Annual Appeal such as Counseling, Disaster Services and Senior Pharmacy will be some of the most requested services by parishioners now and immediately following the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic. The money raised through the BAA will determine how the diocese can support the mission of the parishes during this time of uncertainty. It is important that we collectively as a Diocese continue to fund and support this work. Our Parish has reached 87% of our goal with $63,558 contrbuted from only 192 families. Please prayerfully consider joining these families and helping us achieve our goal. Your support for the BAA and commitment to our weekly offertory during these challenging times in appreciated. God Bless and remain healthy! -- Bill Stompf, BAA and Parish Finance Chairperson

Mass Times

Saturday 5:30 pm
Sunday 8:30am, 11:00 am, 1:00 pm (Spanish)
Monday 9:00 am
Tuesday 9:00 am (Communion in absence of a priest)
Wednesday 8:30 AM (School) & 12 Noon
Thursday 7 PM
Friday 9:00 am

Other Services
Confessions
Sat: 4:15 pm-5:00 pm

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

Events

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  • Apr 10 2020  9:00 am - Mass
  • Apr 11 2020  5:30 pm - Mass
  • Apr 12 2020  8:30 am - Mass

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  • Mon, Apr 6th

  • Tue, Mar 31st

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.