St. Mary Roman Catholic Church at 210 West Main Street, Manchester, MI 48158 US - Greetings in the LordGreetings in the Lord
Welcome to St. Mary Roman Catholic Church! Our parish is located on the Village Green in the quiet rural community of Manchester, Michigan. (If you draw a triangle between Ann Arbor, Jackson, and Adrian, Manchester would be about in the center of that triangle!) On this page you can find out more about our parish—our pastor, our location, the worship schedule, our mission, and so forth. Please browse all our pages. You’ll find many of Fr. Tim’s insightful and spiritual homilies and writings posted to the Home Page. Descriptions of and news about parish organizations, events and activities can be found on the News and Events Page. And if you are ever in the neighborhood, please stop in to share with us in the joyous celebration of the Holy Mass.
Our Mission Statement
We, the People of God of St. Mary`s Roman Catholic Parish, guided by the Holy Spirit, are called to continue the Mission of Christ Jesus. We dedicate ourselves to the personal responsibility of fufilling this mission by...
Our Parish History
St. Mary Roman Catholic Church in Manchester, Michigan was founded in 1871. This fieldstone church is listed on the State of Michigan's Register of Historic Sites. we are now a parish of nearly 500 registered families. The State Historical Marker located in front of the church begins: "The first Catholic church in the Manchester area was built by German settlers in Freedom Township in 1839 and dedicated to St. Francis de Borgia…"
Welcome to the Parish Office
The St. Mary Parish Office is located in the front portion of the rectory building immediately adjacent to (east of) the church building. Office hours are 9:00 am-noon and 1:00-3:00 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. On Wednesday, the office is open mornings only, from 9:00 am until noon. The Parish Secretary is Anne Marie Gordon and the Bookkeeper is Janet Shurtliff...
St. Mary Parish Pastoral Council
Greetings fellow St. Mary parishioners from your Parish Pastoral Council. We are a consultative body that works,with Fr. Tim, to make and evaluate plans that contribute to and enhance the life and activity of our parish. As such, we are always open to input from parishioners regarding their needs ...
American Heritage Girls Troop MI1871
AHG meetings will be on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month, from 6 - 7:30 pm at the Parish Center, starting this September. Troop Board meetings will be on the 4th Thursday of the month, same time and location. Parents are always welcome to attend Troop Board meetings.
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