Remembering Our Loved Ones

As a Community of Faith we wish to remember our deceased brothers and sisters. But due to the pandemic we are not able to place the books in the church. Therefore, we invite you to call the Parish Office to add the names of your beloved deceased, so that they can be lifted up in prayer during the month of November.

Thanksgiving Food Drive 2021

Sacred Heart keeps its long tradition of helping the needy by having its annual FOOD DRIVE.

Are you willing and ready to make a change? Then ACT ON IT!

Thanksgiving is a special day for all of us to thank God along with our family for all the graces and blessings. As we know, “When we share our joy with others it doubles” and so we invite you to experience the Power and Relevance of the Divine Mercy everyday by helping someone in need. We kindly ask each family to follow the schedule and bring the items that will make a Thanksgiving Dinner and make a difference in the life of a family in need. The first item for next weekend is a can of corn and green beans.

Every drop of water makes the ocean; so too, if everyone contributes we can make a change in the life of our brothers and sisters in need.

  • October 23rd & 24th – Corn & Green Beans cans
  • October 30th & 31st – Mashed Potatoes Boxes
  • November 6th & 7th – Stuffing & Gravy
  • November 13th & 14th – Turkeys


Your child’s safety is our primary concern; therefore we need your cooperation when dropping off and picking up your children. We do not want children walking through the parking lot by themselves.

Parents, you must walk your child to the entrance of the Parish Hall and pick them up in the same place after class.

Please drive slowly and carefully in the church parking lot at all times to ensure the safety of our children.

Thank You Message From Father Peter

To our Sacred Heart Committee for sponsoring and organizing the Food Sale and the Silent Auction last Sunday. Thanks to their commitment, hard work and generosity for making both events successful ones. Thank you to our parishioners for their support.