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Mercy Parish website is undergoing some significant updates. We apologize for any bad links. We are actively working on it. Thanks! Send comments/questions to webmaster@mercyparish.church

Quick Links

Mass and Reconciliation Times

Sunday Mass: 8:30 am (Rosary - 8:00 am) and 11:30 am

Saturday Evening: 5:00 pm (Rosary - 4:30 pm), Live-Streamed

Daily Mass: Tuesday - Friday at 8:30 am (Rosary - 8:00 am), Live-Streamed
Holy Hour: Fridays after daily Mass
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturdays from 3:30-4:30 pm

If you are traveling, and need to know Mass times at your destination, click on this link.

Online Registration

Registration for Mercy Parish - You can register after all masses, or register online by clicking this link.

Time and Talent

We continue to seek our New Parishioners Time and Talents. Please consider filling out the Time and Talent Survey by clicking this link to let us know what ministries you are interested in.

Online Giving

Click MERCY PARISH GIVING for more information and to set up online giving. Please note the online portal will open for a two-week period for each special collection throughout the year, i.e. Black and Indian Missions, Easter, Christmas, etc. Please refer to the bulletin for dates of open portals for special collections. If you have any questions, email finance@mercyparish.church for more information.

Mass Intentions

Mercy Parish has online Mass Intention Requests. For more information and the Mass Intention Calendar click this link.

Mercy Parish Ministries

Please click on this link to see the various ministries available at Mercy Parish and the POCs for those ministries.

Prayer Warriors

Mercy Parish has a prayer group, Mercy Prayer Warriors, dedicated to praying for the special requests of parishioners. If you would like to request a prayer, or would like to be a part of this important ministry, please email prayer_circle@mercyparish.church.

St. Joseph Ministry

To reach out and bring the Eucharistic Jesus, inspired by God’s mercy and compassion to those who cannot participate in the sacred liturgy due to ill health. Please email stjoseph@mercyparish.church.

Bulletins

Click on this link to see copies of our Parish bulletin.

Monthly Newsletters

Click on this link to see copies of our Parish monthly Newsletter. Please remember, this is YOUR newsletter! So, if you have ideas, stories, and/or pictures of events (for example - a photo of a family's Jesse tree at Christmas, photos of the upcoming pilgrimage, photos when families visit other religious sites, etc), please feel free to submit them. If you have children in your photos, we will need their parent's permission to publish those. Here's a fun idea - wear your Mercy Parish shirts when you go on vacation, take a photo while you're there wearing it, and let us know where you visited. Submissions can be emailed to Newsletter@mercyparish.church.

Parishioner Owned Businesses

Click on this link to see the various business owned by Mercy Parishioners, and please consider supporting these businesses.

Youth Protection

Mercy Parish and the Birmingham Dioceses have recognized that children, youth and other vulnerable persons can be at risk from certain individuals present in every community.

Please click on this link for information regarding youth protection.

Mercy Ministries
If you are curious about a ministry, wonder if we have a ministry, or even want to join a ministry - this is the booklet for you!  Just click this link and at your fingertips will be a short explanation of every Mercy Parish Ministry!

You can also view our Ministry Directory by clicking on this link if you'd like to contact a specific ministry to find out more information or to join that ministry.
St. Vincent de Paul News
 
Everyone loves a bargain!
 
We invite you to stop by the Saint Vincent de Paul Thrift Store to see our newly renovated store and check out all the good deals.  We also added a Consignment area.  Shop designer brands at great prices!  The Thrift Store has everything from greeting cards, gently used clothes, home goods, baby clothes, office supplies, furniture, lamps and so much more.  We are located at 2140 Jonathon Dr. NW, Huntsville, 35810.  Our store hours are Tuesday - Saturday from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm.  We are always accepting donations too.  Visit our St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store of Huntsville Facebook or Instagram pages.  Proceeds go to help the less fortunate in our community. 
Shopping Rewards
benefitting Mercy Parish
 
KROGER purchases provide donations to Mercy parish based on the grocery shopping you do with your Kroger shopper’s card.  Please click on Kroger Community Rewards to register your  card. The organization number for Mercy Parish is KD763
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Free Membership Continues

 

Since 1882, membership in the Knights of Columbus has been open to men 18 years of age or older who are "practical" (that is, practicing) Catholics in union with the Holy See. Since that time, the Knights of Columbus has understood "practical catholic" to mean a Catholic who accepts the teaching authority of the Catholic Church on matters of faith and morals, aspires to live in accord with the precepts of the Catholic Church, and is in good standing in the Catholic Church.
Enter Promo Code TELLIS [all caps] for 12 months of free membership. You can join online by clicking on this link.
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Mercy Adopt a Mile

Our monthly Segers Road cleanup will take place at 9:00 a.m. on the third Saturday of the month (unless otherwise stated).  Please meet in front of the church about ten minutes prior.   Cleanup will  continue rain or shine unless severe weather is in the area. To signup, please click on this link.
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Agape Ministry is calling all Leads! As most of you know, Agape is a time of fellowship following Sunday's 8:30am Mass. It's a great way to bring parishioners together, welcome new members, and fuel the kids before they head to class. The Pastoral Council suggested that each ministry sign up to host one Agape a year to provide an opportunity to promote your ministry and be more visible to the folks who may not be aware of all that you do behind the scenes.
Hosting consists of the following:
  1. Have your members sign up to bring snack items (donuts, muffins, savory items, cookies, etc.) and drinks (orange juice, juice boxes, lemonade, etc.). Have them deliver the items to the kitchen before Mass.
  2. Have everyone meet in the kitchen following Closing Prayer to prepare to serve. Weather permitting, we will bring the items outside. Otherwise, when Mass ends, we will bring out the tables of refreshments and set up in the multipurpose hall.
  3. Serve and clean up.
If you would like to sign up, please click on this link.  Any questions - please contact agape@mercyparish.church.

News and Upcoming Events

Volunteer Appreciation

The Parish Council would like to invite all Mercy Parish volunteers to a volunteer appreciation evening on Friday, 31 May from 6PM-8PM.  Families of volunteers are encouraged to attend also.  We will host a hoedown celebration with food and games.  Sign up using this link.  Signups will close at 5PM on Monday, 27 May.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/805044FACA623A64-49615892-mercy

Mercy Parish Golf

Join us for the 2nd Annual Mercy Parish Golf Tournament on Monday, June 3 at Burningtree Country Club in Decatur!

Register or sign up to sponsor a hole


Click below for details

Rosary Chain

Rosary Chain for Construction of Our New Church


Join us in praying the Rosary for the successful planning and construction of our New Mercy Parish building! Our Rosary Chain will begin on October 01, 2023, and will continue through September 30, 2024. Easy to participate as you choose a day to pray a Rosary Mystery (Joyful, Luminous, Sorrowful, or Glorious) for the intention of our New building. Parishioners will form the Rosary Chain as each day our goal is for a parishioner, or as a family, to be praying the Rosary for the successful planning and construction of our New church building! Follow the simple steps in the SignUp Genius link:

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080D4CADAF29A2FA7-44429085-praying

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Mercy Parish Youth Groups
Teens @ Your Mercy: High School
J.O.Y (Jesus Others Yourself): Middle School

 

Youth Group: Sunday Nights Twice a month for all
High School and Middle School Youth @ 6PM

 

CCT: High School Catholic Coffee Talk Sunday mornings at 10AM
 
​SUNDAY EVENING YOUTH GROUP: MPYG (Mercy Parish Youth Group) welcomes
all youth entering the 6th through 12 th grade. The Youth Group meets regularly twice a month on Sunday evenings from 6-8PM. We offer faith topic discussions, games & activities of all kinds, and AMAZING fellowship and snacks. We also host 2 annual retreats both in the Fall and Spring and 2 Days of Service one in the Fall and one in the Summer! AND so much more! We are here to make a difference at Mercy Parish!
SUNDAY MORNING CCT:  All Youth who are in High School and have already been
confirmed or have completed Faith Formation classes through grade 10 at Mercy Parish are invited to join our High School Sunday Morning program that runs weekly (according to Faith Formation Schedule) from 10AM – 11AM called CATHOLIC COFFEE TALK or CCT.  Please join us for youth driven discussions on Catholic topics with the teens driving the conversation. 

 

Please sign up for EVENTS by clicking on this link or send an email to the Youth
Coordinator
and you will be added to our weekly email list!  Also keep a close eye on the parish bulletin as you will find ALL MPYG activities listed there!


PLEASE JOIN US WHENEVER YOU CAN!

Most Merciful Jesus I thank you with all my heart for giving me Yourself in this Holy Eucharist; body, blood, soul and divinity. 

May this precious gift enlighten me with the power to be your Mercy.

O Sacrament Most Holy, O Sacrament divine, all praise and all thanksgiving be every moment thine.

Most Merciful Father,

We thank You for Your unconditional love and infinite mercy.  We turn to You with grateful hearts for bringing us from far and near and uniting us as Your loving family.

 

We pray for your blessing and guidance as we continue to build your Kingdom at Mercy parish.  Give us a spirit of cooperation, and a generous sacrificial heart.  May all those who support this mission find Your constant protection.  Inflame us with the fire of your love so that we may become instruments of your Mercy to all Your creation.  Humbly we pray through the intercession  of our Blessed Mother and Your Beloved Son Jesus Christ our Lord

– Amen.

Most Merciful Jesus -- Have Mercy on us.

My Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament of the altar. I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive You Sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart ... I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You.

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St. John Paul II Catholic High School

                        Catholic School

                    Birmingham

Diocese

U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops

St. John the Baptist Catholic School

St. John the Baptist Catholic School was established in 1996 as a non-profit educational institution dedicated to the academic, spiritual, and physical development of every child that has been entrusted to its care. The school is part of the educational ministry of the parish. Current enrollment is over 350 students in grades K4 - 8.  Accredited by the AdvancEd Association and under the guidance of the Diocese of Birmingham. St. John’s is currently the only parochial school in the city of Madison. It strives to foster an atmosphere of academic excellence rooted in a solid foundation of Catholic teachings during daily student life. All twenty-six certified and caring faculty members hold either a B.A. or B.S. degree and a significant number hold additional Master’s degrees.

For more information and/or schedule a tour, please visit St. John's website: www.stjohnb.com.  Should you need more information before scheduling a tour, please email the Principal, Sherry Lewis at slewis@stjohnb.com."

 

Parishioners at Mercy Parish have the opportunity to attend St. John’s Catholic School at the parishioner rate tuition.  Verification of parishioner status forms go from the school to the pastor.

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