St. Rita Roman Catholic Church
1008 Maple Dr.
Webster, NY 14580
585-671-1100
Weekend Masses: Saturday- 5:00pm
Sunday- 7:30am; 9:00am (children's liturgy); 10:30am
Daily Mass is at 8:15am on Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday, and Friday (no Mass on Wednesday)
Reconciliation: Saturday from 3:30-4:30pm
Office Hours: M-Th 9am to 4:30pm; Fri 9-12:00pm

Festival of Choirs

Sunday, October 20 at 7:00 pm
at the United Methodist Church
(169 E. Main St., Webster)
Come and listen to many of our local Webster Church Choirs, including our own St. Rita Choir, for a beautiful evening of song! These diverse choirs from all denominations join together once a year to celebrate in word and song! Canned goods for the needy and monetary donations will be accepted for needy and hospitalized children through Webster community organizations. Donations of canned goods will also be accepted to help those in need. This is an evening you won’t want to miss!

Men's Faith Group

Our next gathering is Monday, October 21

6:30-8:00pm in Room 1       All are Welcome!

We support one another in our faith journey and meet to discuss topics that explore our faith and the challenges we face day to day and deepen our relationship with Jesus.

 Come to as few or as many meetings as you desire. No commitment is required.

 If you have any questions at all, please feel free reach out to John Matina at [email protected]

 

Count It All Joy

Our Contemporary Christian music ministry group will be leading the music at the 10:30am Mass on Sunday, October 27

Count It All Joy will be playing on Sunday instead of our usual Saturday to share our beautiful diversity of music among different Masses.  Our adult choir will be singing at the 5:00pm Mass on Saturday, October 26.

Immediately following the Sunday 10:30 Mass, Count It All Joy will lead a Worship Session from 11:30-12:30 in church for all those who wish to continue to give thanks and praise to the Lord for all His good gifts, and for all those who are suffering or seeking meaning.  All are welcome!

Pride.  That will be the death of us.  "The Lord is a God of justice, who knows no favorite." (Sir 35:12). We will only attain eternal life, not by our own merit, but by humbly accepting Jesus as our Lord and Savior and by cooperating with Him in bringing the message of the Gospel to others through our words and actions with love and mercy.

We sing these songs as a reminder to acknowledge our weaknesses and sinfulness and to rely on our Lord Jesus.

You Say - Lauren Daigle
O Come to the Altar - Elevation Worship
Lord I Need You - Matt Maher
Well Done - The Afters
Trust in Jesus- Third Day
I Can Only Imagine - MercyMe