Holy Family is more than just a church. It is Our Church - Your Church - Your Community - Your Family.
Through anything and everything that may happen in the lives of any of our family members – we are here to offer love and support. Holy Family is here to celebrate with you in times of joy in the Sacraments of Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation and Marriage. We are also here to walk with you through sorrow and uncertainty. We offer Funeral Masses for your departed loved ones, Anointing of the Sick before surgery or in times of health concerns, and Communion to the sick and homebound. Please see below for additional information.
If someone in your family has passed away, the first step is to make your funeral arrangements with your funeral home. Then, the funeral home will contact the parish to book the time and date of the funeral. Once this is done, the family should call the parish to book an appointment to see the priest to plan the details of the Funeral Mass.
Communion to the Sick and Homebound
For Parishioners unable to attend Mass because of health reasons or sickness, our Extraordinary Eucharistic Ministers are available to bring Communion on Sunday Mornings. Please contact the parish for more information at 905-665-6470
Anointing of the Sick
This Sacrament is available to anyone who is either sick or facing major surgery. This Sacrament can be received at the church or in some circumstances from a visiting priest. Please call the office to make arrangements at 905-665-6470
Need Prayer? Our Intercessory Prayer Groups are ready to pray for you! Click on the link below to access the online Prayer Request form and for more resources on Prayer.
The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available to all every Saturday from 4:00pm-4:45pm and upon request. Please visit the’ Sacrament of Reconciliation’ page of this website to learn more about the Healing Power of this beautiful Sacrament of Mercy.