Guided by the Power of the Holy Spirit,
Spreading the Gospel Message
With Compassion, Mercy, Humility
and in Service to Those in Need.
We Invite You to Know and Love God and Each Other.
The Church of Saint John and Saint Mary
Chappaqua, N.Y. 10514
The Little Church Est. 1922
15 St. John's Place Chappaqua, NY 10514
Reverend Edward P. O'Halloran
The Upper Church & Parish Center
30 Poillon Drive Chappaqua, NY 10514
CANCELED FOR TODAY
SATURDAY, MAY 20, 2023
PLEASE JOIN US
SUNDAY, MAY 23rd
1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5:15 pm in the Upper Church
7:30 am in the Little Church
10 am in the Upper Church
12 Noon in the Upper Church
Daily Mass Monday - Friday
8:30 am in the Upper Church
Saturday at 4:30 pm
in the Upper Church
The Last Supper, Da Vinci, 15th Century
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Information about your Child's Reception of Baptism:
Congratulations! The priests, deacons, people and staff of our parish joyfully welcome you and your family at this special time. The Baptism of your child is a wonderful event both in the life of your family and for our parish community. Through the Sacrament of Baptism, your child will receive the life of Christ and become a member of the Roman Catholic Church. We are proud to be part of this important event and happy to assist you as you bring your child to the waters of Baptism.
Preliminary Steps: In preparation for your child’s Baptism, we ask both parents to read all the information listed below. Then, please phone the Parish Office (914 238 3260) to register in the parish if you have not already done so and to schedule a baptismal date.
Godparents: A Godparent is defined as one who promises before God to be a faithful, practicing Catholic role-model for the godchild both now and for the future. Godparents are representatives of the Catholic Community at the Baptism; they are living examples to the child of how life in Christ is lived. And so:
Godparents must be practicing Catholics: that is, they have to be
baptized Catholics who are, at least, 16 years of age, have received the sacraments of Penance, Eucharist and Confirmation and are currently leading a life in harmony with Catholic faith and teachings. If married, their marriage must be one recognized by the church.
Baptismal Registration Form: can be filled out here and returned to the Parish Office.