Seeking people like you for our new Hospitality Service


We want to create a more friendly and welcoming atmosphere in our church by greeting people as they arrive for each Mass and serving the needs of our community better.  

We are planning to schedule at least two greeters at every mass, every weekend. Would your family like to help with this ministry? Perfect!
Are you a student who wants to find a community service project to do with a friend? Perfect! 
Do you and a friend want to get involved with our parish in a new way? Perfect!
Are you friendly? Do you enjoy smiling and reaching out to people? Perfect!

We will have an orientation on Saturday, March 30th at 9 – 10:30 AM in Msgr. Butler Hall. Call the parish office at (610) 866-1121 ext. 4 to let us know you can come. If you cannot come, but are interested, please let us know. 




Inviting interested boys or girls and their parents for a preliminary training on April 7th  after the 11:45 AM Mass beginning in Msgr. Butler Hall.  Requirements: Children should have received their First Holy Communion or will be receiving Holy Communion this year.  They should at least be in the 4th Grade and be dedicated to serving Jesus at Church.  If interested call the rectory or email at



School Relocation


As we announced last weekend, after a lot of prayer and discussion with the our Parish Finance and Core Committee and the Diocesan Offices of Education and of the Bishop, we have decided that Holy Infancy School will be moving to a newer school building at Incarnation of Our Lord Parish, at Thomas and Pierce

The former Ss. Cyril and Methodius School is just 7 blocks away and it is away from the traffic on Fourth Street.

We will be selling our current school building and all the proceeds from the sale will stay here at Holy Infancy giving us great opportunities for the future of our parish and school.

Holy Infancy will continue to use the current School Hall for Parish functions until the end of 2019 calendar year.

Our current school building has a long tradition and a very proud history. Those walls are full of great memories. But I can assure you that this move will provide many positives for our students, and also for our parish.

We will be able to use this new building for all school, religious education and parish functions as we did before with some adaptations.

Also, I’m happy to tell you it has:

an air-conditioned hall

a brand-new heating system

spacious classrooms with ceiling fans

and there is parking accessible to us.

The building has been well-maintained and is much better suited as an elementary school.

Our School name will remain Holy Infancy School in this newer building which will be leased from Incarnation Parish.

As our plan unfolds, more information will be shared about the exciting new opportunities this will provide for our parish and school family.