Are you a sinner?
Have you been away from the church for a long time?
Are you divorced or separated?
Are you physically or mentally challenged?
Are you from a different culture?
Are you not accepted because of your sexual orientation?
Are you elderly, a teen or young adult?
Are you discriminated against because of your color?
Are you feeling broken?
Are you poor or out of work?
Have you been imprisoned?
Have you a feeling that you are left out?

You are welcome here!

This is your home, and we are your family!


Brownbaggers Homeless Outreach

The Brownbaggers project serves the poor in NYC during the winter months. Since 2009 we have delivered thousands of lunches. Meeting monthly in the Parish Hall at 12:30pm, we assemble 100 brown bag lunches with food and clothing items donated by our volunteers. We then travel via subway to multiple Manhattan parks to distribute our lunches to those most in need, returning to Brooklyn by 3:30 pm. Dave Beaudry is the current director of our Brownbaggers Homeless Outreach Program.

Please RSVP now for Sunday, March 10

Children under the age of 18 must to be accompanied by an adult. Please wear comfortable shoes and have your metro card charged.

Twenty-five volunteers are needed for this event. RSVP to: davebeaudry@gmail.com

Please consider donating warm socks, hats or gloves into the  Brownbaggers Donation Box which will be located in the vestibule of the church after every Mass. Any donations received will be distributed at that month’s Brownbagger event.

Also, financial donations used to purchase food items can be made in the Parish rectory. Thank you for your support.

*Just a reminder that all adults must be VIRTUS trained to attend.


Remember the Poor

Please remember the poor today as you leave church by perhaps giving alms and placing a donation in one of our poor boxes. Everything collected is given to the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, which assists those in need of food or clothing.


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Message from Bishop Brennan


Today’s Readings

  • Tuesday of the Second Week of Lent
    by USCCB on February 27, 2024 at 9:30 am

    Reading 1 Is 1:10, 16-20 Hear the word of the LORD,princes of Sodom!Listen to the instruction of our God,people of Gomorrah!Wash yourselves clean!Put away your misdeeds from before my eyes;cease doing evil; learn to do good.Make justice your aim: redress the wronged,hear the orphan’s plea, […]





Glenn Mohr Chorale’s Passion Play

Continue your Lenten journey with the Glenn Mohr Chorale’s Passion Play, “It is Finished.”

March 3, 2024, 2 pm
St. Saviour Church

See Christ through the eyes of Pontius Pilate, Judas, Veronica, Dismas, the Good Thief, and others as they each confront life changing experiences when they encounter Jesus during the final hours of His Passion and Death. An experience in scripture, drama and song not to be missed and never to be forgotten.

Free will offering requested


Join Us for the Stations of the Cross

Praying the Stations of the Cross has enabled people to walk with Jesus toward Calvary and share in His passion and death.

We invite ALL members of our parish family to join us as we pray the Stations of the Cross together this Lent. 

We will pray the Stations of the Cross following our 9:30 a.m. Celebration of Eucharist on:

February 25th
March 3rd
March 10th
March 17th


The Journey, Cross & Crucifixion – March 10th

Presented at Saint Saviour Church on Sunday, March 10 at 3pm

The Journey, Cross and Crucifixion is a journey back through time. It is an opportunity to walk with Christ and become one with Him. For many who have shared the Journey it is almost as if it were happening now for the first time.

The music, narration, dialogue and poignant silences all add to the power of this prayerful mediation. To be part of the Journey, Cross, and Crucifixion is to experience the complete and utter frustration devastation of Mary, the frustration of Simon, the loneliness and desolation of John, Pilate’s struggle between justice and expediency and the excruciation pain and degradation Jesus suffered on the way to Calvary and His ultimate death on the Cross.

For the past 37 years, the members of CM Performing Arts Center, Creative Ministries have been presenting this powerful presentation to the churches and schools throughout Long Island, leading people of all ages in a powerful prayerful Lenten experience. The troupes are made up of volunteer actors, singers and musicians who use their gifts to bring the Passion Story to life.

*Good Will Offering



This week begins the 2024 Annual Catholic Appeal.

We encourage everyone to view the 2024 ACA Video online at

Your contributions to the Annual Catholic Appeal make a significant impact, aiding individuals in Brooklyn and Queens in ways beyond the capacity of any single parish.

Let us pray for the success of the 2024 Annual Catholic Appeal, envisioning a triumph that not only empowers us to extend love to those in need but also enables our hearts to respond to Jesus, who calls us to be in Communion, Participation and Mission.

We invite you to stand with St. Saviour in supporting the 2024 Annual Catholic Appeal.

To donate, visit www.AnnualCatholicAppeal.org or text DONATE to 917-336-1255.


Saint Thomas Food Pantry

The St. Thomas Aquinas Food Pantry is always in need of the following items:

  • oatmeal
  • white or brown rice
  • pasta
  • evaporated milk
  • canned or dried black beans
  • canned tuna, salmon or chicken
  • bar soap
  • shampoo
We are especially in need of hot cereal, soup and toiletries. 
Whatever you give will be most appreciated!


Lenten Reflections – March 16


Mass Intentions Available

We have Mass Intentions available for both weekday AND weekend celebrations of Eucharist. Please consider having a Mass celebrated for a loved one or family member—either living or deceased.

We are ALL in need of prayers, and there is no greater prayer than the celebration of Eucharist. Each Mass Intention is only $15.00. If you are interested in having a Mass celebrated in memory of a deceased loved one, or in honor of someone who is living, please call Emily at the Rectory and she will be more than happy to assist you.


Book Club Meeting – March 6

If you enjoy reading and discussing books, please consider joining the St. Saviour Church book group.

We meet the first Wednesday of each month from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM.  On March 6, we will be discussing Richard Rohr’s The Universal Christ: How a Forgotten Reality Can Change Everything We See, Hope For, and Believe.

For the meetup location, group details, and complete schedule, please contact Betsy at ektbetsy@gmail.com.