UPdate: OUtside Parking Lot mass and Private Prayer Scroll Below

COnnect here for our Weekend Online Mass experience! Join us up to 15 min before Mass to Chat and hear the announcements before Mass begins.  

For all updates, Saint Vincent De Paul contact info. and covid-19 "At home links" please scroll down or Click the tab above.

"Therefore welcome one another as Christ welcomed you, for the glory of God"

Romans 15:7

PER BISHOP O' CONNELL, PUBLIC INSIDE THE BUILDING MASSES AND COMMUNION SERVICES ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Join us for our Online Mass Experience at 8:30 am and 10:30 am and our Outside Parking Lot Mass at 12:00pm.

For the latest on the directives from Bishop O' Connell click HERE. 


Join us for our first outside Parking Lot Mass Experience on Sunday, May 31st at 12:00pm

Here are the Parking Lot Mass Procedures

1. If it is raining, Father Andrew will celebrate Mass inside the Daily Chapel and will come outside to distribute Communion after the Mass.

2. If you are in a high risk category, please stay home and continue to enjoy our Online Mass experience at 8:30 am and 10:30 am. 

3. Please bring a mask for each person in your car. 

4. When you enter the parking lot, you will be greeted by a Parking Lot Usher. Please follow their direction to a parking spot. All cars will be directed to go past the Parish Office entrance and to the Daily Chapel parking lot where Mass will be held. 

5. If we have more than 52 cars attend Mass, we will have parking available in the overflow lot by Hoffman Hall. You will still be able to participate in the Mass with the livestream and receive Communion at the end of Mass. Again, follow the directions of the Parking Lot Ushers. 

6. Cars will be parked every other spot to observe social distancing. 

7. You may roll down your windows but please remain in your car unless there is an emergency. 

8. Holy Communion will be distributed at the end of Mass. Follow the direction of the Parking Lot Ushers.

9. Holy Communion may be received only in the hand.

10. When you approach Father Andrew or the Eucharistic Ministers (there will be one on each side of the car), please wear your mask and extend your hands (flat) out of the car window. After you answer “Amen,” remove your mask and place the Host in your mouth. Once everyone in your car has received Communion, you can leave the Church parking lot.

11. The Offertory will be collected after Communion is distributed. There will be Parking Lot Ushers with baskets in the parking lot by the Parish Office doors. We also encourage you to give online HERE.

This Mass will be livestreamed. A link will be available on top of this homepage to connect to wh it's time for the Mass. Please be aware that our WiFi is not available in the parking lot and data from your device will need to be used.

Also note, we will still be having our Online Masses at 8:30 am and 10:30 am; to connect to these Masses click the link above or go to holyeucharist.online.church

Thank you for bearing with us as we roll out this new experience and move through all the steps to keep you connected as a community and with the Sacraments which overall strengthens our path of discipleship and honor our loving Father in Heaven. Hope to see you there

Faith at home - Staying connected

  • Click the image above to connect to our ONLINE MASS EXPERIENCE.  We gather to have LIVE chat and watch the weekend's Mass at 8:30 am and 10:30 am EVERY Sunday.   If you go to the link after these times, you will see the Mass video for the past Sunday.  

  • While we aren't able to be together, we want to hear how your family is doing.  Please fill out this short form as often as your circumstances change.  We look forward to hearing from you and knowing your current status. Our hope is that all is well, but if there is something we can do to ease your circumstances, we will aim to do so.  

  • We want to Pray for you. Please submit your prayer request by clicking the image.

    Your requests will be brought to the Altar during our celebration of Mass, and we will have prayer ministers praying for a week for your prayers.

  • The image above will lead you to some Catholic Faith Supporting Resources. We hope they can be uplifting and encouraging during this time.  The links will be updated occasionally.  

  • As disciples we are to be encouraging and inviting others to experience God's love.  A great way to do this is by inviting our loved ones to Mass on the weekend.  Click the image above for some shareable graphics to help with this invite. 

  • Contact Mr. S to join the next HERO zoom meeting on Wednesday Nights at 7:00pm

calling new ministers for these New Ministries

We are aiming to come out stronger after this crisis, and with that new areas of needs are being fulfilled.  Take a look at the growing ministries that have developed because of this crisis.  Please email hec@holyeucharist.org with the ministry you're interested in and we will be in contact

  • Prayer ministry

    Prayer is a powerful tool. In the First Letter to the Thessalonians, St. Paul teaches us to “pray without ceasing." Prayer is not just good but necessary for us. Sometimes in our lives, like now, prayer is all we can do. Therefore, we saw that developing a Prayer Ministry at Holy Eucharist was vital for our community. It is a grace to pray for the intentions of the community. Join us! In this ministry, the committed minister will be given intentions on Monday to pray over for the week. To get you started, we will provide a simple Prayer Ministry orientation. Email hec@holyeucharist.org to show your interest.

  • ONLINE Host Ministry

    As we extend our outreach through the ONLINE experience of the Mass, we are growing our online Host ministry especially since we are looking to continue with livestreaming Mass after we are back in the Church building. Online Hosts are an important presence because they help set the tone for the conversation and help connect with those who attend the Mass online. Just as Greeters at the door of our Church are vital because they are the first smiling face for our visitors, Online Hosts are often the first welcome visitors “see” and bring good, positive energy during the Mass. This energy reminds us that we are worshiping as a community through our online chat. Join us in this awesome ministry! We will provide a simple Online Host Ministry orientation to get you started. Email hec@holyeucharist.org to show your interest.

  • tech team ministry - live streaming

    Livestreaming our Mass online has been a goal that we have had and this crisis has brought that need deeper into focus. When we are able to return to Mass in our church building, this ministry will still have major impact on growing disciples. It is our goal to keep the Mass online as an option to those who are physically unable to attend Mass, those who would like to experience Mass while on vacation to keep the community connection, and for our visitors who are looking at us from afar for the first time and slowly working their way into our physical doors. This online presence is vital to our mission. While this ministry is still in the beginning stages, you may have experience or knowledge you can bring to the table. Join us as we dream what this can look like. Email hec@holyeucharist.org to show your interest.

St. Vincent De Paul

Thanks to our dedicated volunteers the Saint Vincent de Paul Society continues to be support to many struggling families in these difficult times. The Food Pantry is now operating from the garage behind the church with curbside pick-up on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 10am to 12pm. 

If you are in need of financial assistance or food and live in Chatsworth, Shamong, Southampton, Tabernacle or Vincentown please call the SVDP Hot Line at 609-268-0005 and leave your name, number and a short message in regard to what type of assistance you need. Someone from our Society will return your call within 24 hours. All assistance & information provided is confidential and stays within our ministry.

We are in need of: Boxed Instant Potatoes Canned Vegetables ( All Varieties) Cookies and Jelly

We welcome donations Tuesdays & Thursdays from 10am to 12pm. Just pop your trunk and the pantry workers will unload. We are in need of cereal, pasta, all paper products and large zip lock plastic bags. We continue to help the needy with other requests and welcome any donations. Please send donations to St. Vincent de Paul Society, 520 Medford Lakes Road, Tabernacle NJ 08088. 

Thank you and God bless our parishioners for all their generosity and donations. Without your help, we would be unable to assist the many families in need in our community and make a difference in their lives.