Wishing you and your families a blessed Thanksgiving!
Blessed Thanksgiving! Mass at 8:30 am, Thursday 25th November
Notice: Your prayers and mass intentions are very important to us. Please, if you do have
prayers and Mass intentions, contact the parish secretary Tuesdays & Thursdays between
10:00 am and 2:00 pm by phone only: (732) 892-0049.
The Year of Saint Joseph will conclude on Wednesday, December 8, 2021, the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception.
The Rosary will be led by the Rosary Altar Society & Medjugorje Prayer Group at 6:30 pm before Mass at 7:00 pm. The Consecration to Saint Joseph will take place at Mass.
St. Peter’s Adult Faith Formation program is pleased to announce an exciting upcoming Eight Week Program
The Chosen is the first-ever multi-season TV show about the life of Jesus.
Created outside of the Hollywood system, The Chosen allows us to see Him through
the eyes of those who knew Him. So, come, enjoy, and participate in our upcoming program!
Saturdays in the school cafeteria from 9 pm to 11:30 pm:
Dec. 1 – I am He
Welcoming New Altar Servers
It is a great honor and privilege to serve at the Altar of our Lord and therefore you participation as an Altar Server is special. When you serve the priests, you serve the people of God, and above all, you serve Christ. As an Altar Server, you are involved in the holiest and most sacred event in our tradition of Catholic Worship.
Those who have already received the sacrament of First Holy Communion may join. To sign up please contact the parish office at (732) 892-0049. If you have any questions, please contact Fr. Marek or Mrs. Debbie Smith-Matta.
Information & Mass Schedule
We are Assisi by the Shore!
We welcome you and invite you to share the joy of the Gospel of Jesus Christ with us. We are an active and diverse community that gathers to celebrate, in word and sacrament, the love of God revealed in Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit.
As Christians in the Roman Catholic Communion, we are inspired by the example of our brother in the Lord, Saint Francis of Assisi, who exemplified love of the poor, reverence for God’s creation, respect for the dignity of all human life and the importance of dialogue that seeks reconciliation and peace for all people. We strive to love and serve the poor, to revere God’s creation, to protect the dignity of all human life, and to seek reconciliation and peace through dialogue here in Point Pleasant Beach.
Regular Mass Schedule
Monday through Saturday
Saturday Vigil Mass
7:30 am, 9:00 am,
10:30 am, and 12:00 pm
4:00 pm on Saturday
or by appointment
Commemorations to St. Joseph
First Thursday of every month
from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Along with its parishioners, our church too is continuing to serve and share the glory of Christ in these challenging times. Your generous donations are immensely appreciated. You are making a difference as shining examples of Christian charity.
May God bless you all!
Click on the image below and please visit
our Parish Giving site to make a donation.
May God reward your kindness!
In Regard to Masks & Social Distancing
Please be advised that masks and social distancing requirements are lifted except as noted above on Friday, May 28, and these revisions to pandemic protocols as well as full occupancy of churches are to be implemented on Friday, June 4. The dispensation from Sunday and Holy Day Mass obligation is lifted except as noted above on Saturday, June 5.
Still looking to celebrate the Mass online?
The Diocese of Trenton is working hard to provide online Masses for all. Click the image above to access the most current list of active broadcasts from the Diocese.
Click above to celebrate Daily Mass with Bishop Barron. His website "World on Fire" includes thoughtful and accessible commentaries and discussions on the Gospel - a wonderful source of Faith!
Please join us for the Holy Hour every Wednesday after 8:30 am Mass.
On March 7, 1881, Father Peter Jachetti fell asleep on his train journey from Manchester to Lakehurst, missed his connection and arrived in Manasquan. While waiting for the next train, he looked around and thought about establishing a 'place by the ocean' where the Franciscans could minister to the people. Mr. Patrick McIlhenny of Point Pleasant urged Fr. Jachetti to visit the newly organized settlement of Point Pleasant City, which he did on March 29, 1881. Within days permission was granted to buy 6 lots for a friary and a church on Richmond Avenue. The church built at a cost of $5,000 was dedicated on June 29, 1882. Undaunted by the tragedy of losing the original church to fire on January 14, 1901, the pastor and congregation started over. It was then that the property on which St. Peter's Church now stands was purchased and the new church was dedicate on July 27, 1902.