Photo Credit Parishioner George Lane

Fr. John recently participated in a walk to raise awareness for Chatham Ecumenical Council Helping Prevent Homelessness  (CECH) and their incredible work.


The following excerpt is a quote from their president Mildred Hastbacka, found on their website:


"Now more than ever our local communities need support systems to help our neighbors in need deal with economic issues brought on by challenging life events. For those struggling with housing issues, CECH has been, and pledges to continue to be, an active participant in that community support system. CECH's mission is accomplished through "neighbors helping neighbors," with a loyal network of volunteers and donors working together to deliver financial assistance for immediate housing-related needs as well as hope for a better tomorrow.”


For more information about CECH and ways to help, visit or watch the following video.


We are delighted to report that beginning Sunday, October 9th coffee and donuts will again be served following the 10 am mass.The Coffee and Donuts Social Hour will take place outside the church (between the church and the parking lot). The Social Hour will continue to take place outside as long as weather permits and will then move to the parish hall. Parish Council members will be present on October 9 th to serve participants and give everyone a chance to chat about all things Holy Redeemer.




Daily Mass Monday thru Friday 8:00AM
Saturday Vigil Mass 4:00PM
Sundays 8:00AM and 10:00AM


Our Office Hours Are Tuesday - Thursday  9:00AM to 3:00PM

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops recently issued their summary of their 2021-2023 Synod, titled "For a Synodal church:

Communion, Participation and Mission."


So what's a "Synod?"


"A synod is a council of a Christian denomination, usually convened to decide an issue of doctrine, administration or application. The word synod comes from the Greek: σύνοδος meaning "assembly" or "meeting" and is analogous with the Latin word concilium meaning 'council.'" (Wikipedia)


For more information, visit:


Click the button below for a .pdf of the Summary.


Through a culture of excellence in worship, we are a Christ centered welcoming parish dedicated to life-long faith formation, evangelization, social works of justice and community outreach that strengthen the Catholic Church on the Lower Cape. Through gifts of time, talent, and treasure we embrace all people as brothers and sisters.




As many of you already know, we are launching a capital fundraising campaign to help offset the cost of much-needed renovations to our church, with a specific focus on physical accessibility to our worship space. The highlight of these renovations will be an elevator to replace the current chair lift which has outlived its usefulness, along with many other necessary and welcome updates, improvements, and additions to our church. Please click the button below for a letter from our pastor Fr. John explaining the renovations in detail. Click the "Capital Campaign" button to visit our webpage dedicated to this project which features a video presentation by the lead architect as well as ways to donate. As always, thank you for helping us live in faith, grow in faith, and share in faith.


"The Bishops of the United States are calling for a three-year grassroots revival of devotion and belief in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. They believe that God wants to see a movement of Catholics across the United States, healed, converted, formed, and unified by an encounter with Jesus in the Eucharist—and sent out in mission “for the life of the world.”


For more information, visit the diocesan website: