Transfiguration Roman Catholic Church at 100 McKrell Road, Russellton, PA 15076 US - Home


Transfiguration Roman Catholic Church

100 McKrell Road, Russellton, PA   15076
Phone: 724-265-1030          Fax: 724-265-1032

Rev. James P. Holland, Administrator



 
Mass and Confession Times


Sundays
4:00 P.M. Saturday (Anticipated Mass for Sunday) 
8:00 A.M. Sunday  ~  10:00 A.M. Sunday

Weekdays
8:00 A.M. Tuesdays through Saturdays;
6:00 P.M. on Wednesday evenings
during Advent and Lent.

Holy Days
4:00 P.M. (Vigil)
8:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. (Holy Day)
 
Confessions
Saturdays at 12:00 noon,
or by appointment (call the parish office);
5:00 - 5:45 P.M. on Wednesday evenings
during Advent and Lent.



There are areas in the center aisle next to the front pews for those with disabilities.  
Signs are posted on the sides of the pews.

To ensure that persons with disabilities receive Holy Communion, and for the ease of the flow for the Communion line, we ask that those in wheelchairs or those who are disabled to please be seated in the front pews.


"Come and See" 

 IN WORD AND SACRAMENT
 
     SPREAD THE GOOD NEWS


Click to enter our Parish website.          Click to enter our Religious Education / CCD / Youth Ministry website.

           ENTER OUR PARISH WEBSITE                  ENTER OUR RELIGIOUS EDUCATION SITE


If you can't make it to church, you can still join us in praying the Patriotic Rosary in your own home.  Click here to learn how.


 
Parishioner Registration

If you are an active member of our parish, but have not yet registered, please do so as soon as possible.  Just call or stop by the parish office, or for your convenience you can
register online.

If you are a registered member who is not receiving envelopes
and would like to, please call or stop by the parish office, send us an e-mail, or submit a request using our online parish registration.
 

Pastoral Visitation / Holy Communion for the Homebound and Hospitalized


Please call the parish office when anyone is ill or injured, whether at home or in the hospital, and cannot attend Mass.  Holy Communion will be brought to the home or hospital if requested.
 
Do you know a fellow parishioner who is unable to get to church anymore, but would still like to receive Holy Communion?   If so, please call Judi Damon at 412-496-8582 to make arrangements for an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion to bring the Sacrament of Holy Eucharist to their home.

Fr. Jim will anoint anyone who has a serious illness, or who has upcoming surgery or tests.  It is recommended that you plan ahead whenever possible to see Fr. Jim after any Mass for a special anointing.
 


Altar Flower Donations

If anyone would like to donate Altar Flowers in memory of a loved one, in thanksgiving for blessings received, or in celebration of a baptism, birthday, anniversary, marriage, a special holy day like “All Saints Day or Thanksgiving Day” or any other special event, please contact Veronica Whitico at 724-265-2640.   Please keep in mind that you should call at least two weeks prior to the special occasion because we order the flowers far in advance.



Mass Intentions

Whether it is a wedding anniversary, birth remembrance, recent death of a loved one, or celebrating a loved one’s life years after he or she passed, every day presents a reason to celebrate or mourn.  Please remember your loved ones with a Mass Intention.  Mass Request Forms are available in the back of the Church.  If you do not have a preferred date, leave that space blank and your intention will be on the next available date.



Our Church

Here we are, Lord.  This is our Church.
It is composed of people like us.
We make it what it is.

It will be friendly, if we are.
Its pews will be filled, if we help to fill them.
It will radiate Christ's love, if we do.
It will pass on the Faith, if we share ours.
It will involve many people, if we become involved in its work.
It will make generous gifts to many causes, if we are generous givers.
It will bring other people to worship, if we invite them.

It will be a church of loyalty and love, fearlessness and faith,
a church with a noble spirit if we, who make it what it is, are filled with these.

Therefore, with the help of God, we shall dedicate ourselves to the task
of being all the things we want our Church to be.

~ Anonymous ~
(Adapted from a prayer card distributed at the dedication of the present Transfiguration Church, January 19, 2009)



  


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