Welcome to St. Mary’s parish community. We are a Catholic community that believes in the transforming power of Christ’s love, and look to live it out as a community that prays, serves, eats, works, and shares each other’s struggles and joys. We hope that you with find a place here to share your gifts and grow in love with God and one another.
2. LET'S GET COFFEE
Whether you’re an individual or a family, a student or a senior, entering a new community can be nerve-wracking. We want to make this as easy as possible for you.
Let’s book a time to get coffee. This would be a casual meeting to get to know each other and explore different ways of how you might like to get involved in parish life. Complete this form to book a time with one of us!
If you are thinking of making St. Mary’s your regular place of worship, please fill out this online parish registration form.
- It keeps our records up-to-date which enables us to address the needs of our parishioners.
- It enables you to volunteer in parish ministries and activities.
- You become eligible for sacramental preparation (i.e. baptism/marriage) after being registered for 6 months.
4. Frequently Asked Questions
Click here to see a map of the church’s 3 accessible parking spots, as well as the elevator entrance located on the Weber St. side of the building.
We will be installing wheelchair-accessible washrooms October 2020.
Click here for a map of all parking options. We have our own parking lot plus additional spaces in the Community Centre parking lot (see map for details).
We are also very close to parking garages that offer FREE Sunday parking. The Duke Street parking garage (the big, green spiral) and the City Hall parking garage both offer free parking on Sundays.
If you are interested in learning more about the Catholic faith or would like to become Catholic, our RCIA program (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) is the place to start.
In the meantime, you are absolutely welcome to join us at any Masses and parish events, but be sure to contact Fr. Toby or Fr. Dan to learn more about how to participate in the Church.
We want you to come to church wearing whatever you feel most comfortable in. While most of our parishioners will be dressed business-casual, we also have people who come to church wearing casual or dressy attire. Come as you are.
Below is a map that shows the location of our washrooms. Separate women’s and men's washrooms can be found downstairs, while a universal washroom can be found upstairs. If you need to use the washroom during Mass, you are welcome to get up and go.
COMING SOON: We will be undergoing renovations in the Fall of 2020 to install accessible and universal washrooms in the church hall.
As you walk through the front doors, you will be greeted by ushers who will be happy to answer any of your questions. Be sure to grab this week’s church bulletin on your way out to stay up-to-date on parish events.
In addition, “The Word Among Us” booklets are available at each of the church entrances to help you follow along with the Mass. We ask that you return them after Mass so others may use them.
We have free hearing devices available for anyone who needs them. These devices hook onto your ear and are connected to all microphones in the church: the priest, the readings, and the choir.
These hearing devices are available on Sunday mornings at the elevator-entrance and the Duke St. side entrance, but are also available any day by request.
If you don't see the devices anywhere, just mention it to Fr. Toby or Fr. Dan and they will bring you one.