St Jude Mobile APP
Use the procedure above, or you can search Google Play Store or Apple App Store for the Weconnect Parish App
After getting the app, open and it will guide you to set your parish.
Saturday Evening: 4:00 PM
Sunday: 7:00 AM (in the PLC) 8:30 AM, 10:30 AM
Daily Mass: 8:00 AM, Mon - Sat
Thanksgiving Mass, Nov 26 - 9:00 AM (No 8:00 AM Mass)
Before coming to the parish, please ensure you have read the Parish Opening Procedures
Sunday Mass will continue to be broadcast via YouTube
Saturday: 8:45 - 9:15 AM (After 8:00 AM Mass) in the Christian Formation Center
The First Friday of every month, 6:00 - 8:00 PM in the Christian Formation Center
Note: Confession will continue as long as people are waiting.
Phone messages and emails to the OFFICE account will be checked daily during the week for any emergencies.
For a Sacramental Emergency, please call 644-7300 and follow the instructions.
Message from the Finance Council
Update from St. Jude Finance Council, 30 Sep 2020
Our parish has been weathering the pandemic with resilience. The parishioners have helped in many ways including with their financial support. The offertory collections have increased from 60 to 63 percent and are now ranging between 80 to 81 percent of expectations. We are very appreciative of those who have continued to contribute. Thank you for your support and sacrifice.
While we are encouraged with the increase in our income, we are still falling short of what is needed to cover our budgeted expenses to run the parish. Please keep this in mind as you prayerfully consider your offertory contributions. For those of you at home who are not able to attend Mass, but are able to contribute, we ask that you please make your customary offerings in support of the many ministries and administration of our parish. These activities continue to be important for all of us in our time of need and of course our everyday lives.
Contributions can be made by several methods. Attending the limited masses, you can use the collection baskets located at the back of the church. By mail, please send your church envelopes with your offering to our address at 152 Tulip Drive, Lewes DE 19958-1689. At the entrance to the Parish Office, there is a drop box in which you can deposit your offertory. Also, online giving is available through the WeShare system. Please click Online Giving on the St. Jude’s website (www.stjudelewes.org ) to access WeShare. If you have any questions regarding any form of giving, please call the Parish Office at 302-644-7300 or email [email protected]es.org.
We ask our Lord to be present in each of your daily lives as each of you are in our prayers to come through these difficult times inspired to receive the enrichment of God’s grace.
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