Sign-Up for Sunday Mass & Reconciliation
"Come to the Feast!'
Sunday Mass & Reconciliation
We have not received direction yet from the Archdiocese as we anticipate entering into the States' Phase 5 Recovery Plan. We'll continue the sign-up
and will keep you posted when we hear more. Things may change.
Sunday Mass Sign-Up:
June 12-13, 2021
4:30pm Saturday; 8am, 10am and Noon on Sunday
Seating has increased to
(It's possible latecomers may need to sit in the Narthex area.)
Sign-Up to Attend Sunday Mass
What to Do if Your Plans Change:
Help us help others: If after you've signed up, your plans change
please be sure to cancel your spot so another family can attend. You can cancel on-line up until 10 am Saturday. After that, simply respond to this note or to your confirmation email to notify us ahead of time. Thank you for looking out for all of us.
An Alternative Way
or Those Without Internet
ren't able to use the sign-up feature--or you know a parishioner who doesn't have internet access--call the Parish Office at
to register. Please be sure to leave your name, a valid phone number and the number of people who are interested in attending along with the Mass time. We will return your call to let you know we received your request.
If you would like to experience the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession), although not necessary, please sign up using the button below to help us plan.
The church is also open for
at that time as well, but there is no need to sign-up ahead of time.
Reconciliation Every Tuesday from 5pm to 7pm
Navigating the Process
Having technical difficulties? Try using Google Chrome as your browser.
If you need help with how our sign-up system works, Karyn put together this useful tutorial:
If you experience any problems or are unsure you have correctly signed-up, please contact either:
Karyn Baldwin at
Emilee Baldwin at
What to Expect:
For those joining us for the first time in a long time, we put together a video if you would like to see what’s involved in returning to Mass—especially the protocols around receiving the Eucharist.
Either In Person or On-Line, We're Still Together
As things change, and more and more parishioners feel ready to enter into the church again, we also realize the need to continue to stream the Mass Sunday mornings. That will continue as we go forward. That way, whether on-line or in-person we can stay connected to one another in prayer.
Let us know how we can help,
The Saint Hubert Re-Opening Team
by Jim Elder, Karyn Baldwin and Emilee Baldwin
Saint Hubert Catholic Church
Building up the Body of Christ
with Welcoming Arms, Loving Hearts
and Joyful Worship
on Wednesday, June 9 at 6:00PM