ALL ARE WELCOME
St. Raphael Parish, founded in 1961, is dedicated to one of the archangels, Raphael, whose name means “God has healed”. St. Raphael is the patron of travelers, the blind, happy meetings, nurses, physicians, medical workers and even matchmakers. “Happy Meetings” would best describe our Masses and events.
We are a Roman Catholic community of richly diverse cultures and ethnic backgrounds, joyfully united in the worship for Jesus Christ. We find beauty in our diversity and we embrace and share in our different cultures. We are all one in the Spirit and welcome you to come and worship with us.
The 2021-22 Religious Education Classes began Sunday, September 19th.
Classes will be from 11:15am-12pm. There is still time to register !!
Please go to the following link to register:
ST. FRANCIS PET BLESSING SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2021 will follow the 12:00pm Mass
LAUGHTER YOGA The 2nd Sunday of every month at 3:45pm in Tobias Hall
Next class is Sunday, Oct. 10th.
Our First In-Person Family Activity: The Children’s Living Rosary
October 17th at 11:15 am to be held in the Our Lady of Fatima Garden in front of the rectory
Saturday: 4:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am, 10:00 am, 12:00 pm & 6:00 pm
Week Days: 8:00 am
Holy Days of Obligation: 7:30 pm Vigil the evening prior, 8:00 am, 12:00 pm & 7:30 pm on the holiday itself.
The Masses in Red can be joined via Google Meet.
Confession is heard every Saturday from 3:00pm to 3:45pm.
You can also call the Parish Office to
schedule an appointment.
Parish Office: 973-992-9490
Our parish has a variety of ministries that reflect our belief that, as members of the Body of Christ, we are, as Christ is, Priest, Prophet and King. As Priest, we lead and participate in worship and evangelization; as Prophets, we teach; as Kings, we serve.
For a full list of ministries and contact information click Read More.
We are a parish family striving to make the Good News 'walk-on-two-feet' through joyful welcome, compassion and stewardship.
At St. Raphael Parish, we are dedicated to bringing people closer to Jesus Christ by celebrating the Mass, the Sacraments, religious education for all ages, and many events where parishioners can come together, enjoy fellowship and build supportive friendships.