Summer Scripture Study
Summer Scripture Study: Sermon on the Mount
- This four-week study will be offered at two times, either 10:30 AM Tuesdays or 7:00 PM Wednesday, beginning June23/24 and runs for 90 minutes
- The class will be offered via distance learning (Zoom)
- Cost is $25 per person
- Please register by calling the Christian Formation Office @ 302-644-7413, or email [email protected]
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Ascension Sunday Recorded Mass
Message from the Finance Council
A Message from St. Jude Finance Council
Our parish is blessed with the most generous parishioners. We are extremely appreciative of your support.
With the absence of weekend masses and their related offertory, the parish is experiencing a significant lack of income. It appears this will last for at least an additional month plus what has already passed. Please know that the expenditures to maintain our parish continue much the way they do for each of us.
Please consider your continued financial support. Offerings can be made by way of mail or your alternative method of payments. By mail, please send your church envelopes with your offering to our address at 152 Tulip Drive, Lewes DE 19958-1689. Also, online giving is available through the WeShare system. Please click Online Giving on the St. Jude’s website 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]
Thank you for all you do. We will all be exuberant when we can see each other and be present at the celebration of the Eucharist. Until we can gather together, be assured that you and your intentions are remembered daily at the altar by our priests.
Registered parishioners will receive notification via email of mass times. Before coming to the parish, please ensure you have read the Parish Opening Procedures, above.
We will continue to record and broadcast Sunday mass via YouTube.
St Jude's YouTube Channel:
Please visit our Channel and be sure to hit the red “SUBSCRIBE” button.
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.
- Msgr Charles Brown, Parish Administrator
- Rev. Jones Kukatla, Associate Pastor
- Deacon Bill McGann, Clergy
- Deacon Marty Barrett, Clergy
- Deacon Howard League, Clergy
- Deacon Al Barros, Clergy
- Bob Hearn, Business Manager
- Matt Ponton, Facilities Manager
- Carol Turoczy, Executive Secretary
- Judy Gibson, Office Assistant
- Bernadette Baker, Administrative Assistant
- Michael McShane, Assistant, Christian Formation
- Chuck Allen, Maintenance
- Bill Danhardt, Custodial
- Dee Willey, Custodial
- Sheila Allen, Facilities Rental Coordinator
- Jean Stewart, Development Director
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