Weekday Masses: Tuesday-Friday: 7:45 am (unless otherwise scheduled)
Saturday Mass: 7:00 PM
SundayMasses: 9:00 AM
Catechetical Program: The Catechetical Progam in the church on Sundays is cancelled until further notice. 10:00-11:00am Sundays from September-May - meant for children not enrolled in a Catholic School but who wish to have a Catholic Education from Grade 1 through 8. If you are a mature High School student and have the ability to teach younger children and you have taken this program you can volunteer to help teach this program for volunteer hours!
- enroll early September or during the summer - call office at 519-747-1212 for information
1839 Notre Dame Dr.
St. Agatha, Ontario N0B 2L0
Fax : 519-747-1221
Office Hours: The parish office is closed until further notice due to directives regarding COVID-19
St. Agatha church has Mass at 7:45 am on Tuesday - Friday.
Weekend Masses are on Saturdays at 7:00 pm and Sundays at 9:00 and 11:00 am.
For further information regarding directives for Masses, Sacraments & public meetings in the Diocese, please refer to the Diocesan website.
On May 1, at the invitation of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, the Hamilton Diocese was consecrated to Mary, Mother of the Church. Pastors were invited to consecrate their parishes to Mary, and the faithful were invited to pray the prayer of consecration in their homes as well.
For more information, click here -->
Public Masses are now allowed in the Diocese of Hamilton.
Click here to read Bishop Crosby's letter to parishioners -->
St. Agatha Parish is administered by Members of the Congregation of the Resurrection
St. Agatha Church
Our Lady, Mother of the Church,
Pray for us!
Church Bells - God's Call to Prayer
St. Agatha Parish has joined with other parishes throughout Hamilton Diocese in ringing the church bells at 9 am, 12 noon, 3 pm and 6 pm each day.
The bells are a call to prayer for God's protection against the Corona virus. Please join us in praying an Our Father when the bells are ringing.
Father George has written a reflection for Palm Sunday on the bells which you can read by clicking on the link here -->