Welcome To St. Anthony’s
Rev. John Ozug
Please stop by or contact Peggy during normal business hours at phone 508-758-3719, fax 508-758-3019 or via email at your convenience.
Following in her Grandmother & Mother’s footsteps, Karen has been leading the parish in song with her angelic voice for the past 18 years. Contact her for any of your liturgical music needs- weddings, funerals or to inquire about contributing your talent to the music liturgy.
“All are Welcome.”
Located in the heart of Mattapoisett Village, St. Anthony of Padua was established as a mission of St. Joseph’s Parish in Fairhaven in 1906. The congregation converted the former advent chapel into a place of worship in 1908 and a new church was built in 1911 and later enlarged. In 1954 the mission became a parish with a resident pastor. The present church was dedicated in 1974 and in 1988 the care of the parish passed from the Sacred Hearts Community to the diocesan clergy.
Recent exterior renovations are in keeping with the Cape Cod feel, while renovations of the Parish Hall have created a comfortable environment for Faith Formation classes and Parish Community activities from Fish Dinners to Movie Nights to the Christmas Fair.
The community of St. Anthony’s invites you to come celebrate with us. Mass is celebrated on Saturdays at 4:30pm and Sunday mornings at 8:00am & 9:30am with a special Children’s Liturgy of the Word at 9:30am. There is music at all masses with the adult choir at the 9:30am on Sunday.
Location & Information
The Parish Office is located at 22 Barstow Street in the Center of Mattapoisett across from Center School and is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, from 8am – 3pm, but closed Wednesdays and Holidays.
Mass is celebrated on Saturdays at 4:30pm and Sunday Morning at 8am & 9:30am. Children’s Liturgy of the Word is offered at the 9:30am Mass.
First Communion is celebrated as part of our 2nd Grade Faith Formation as is Confirmation in 10th Grade. We also offer through our Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) program.
New parishioners are always welcome and may register by calling during office hours or by email.