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Parish News & Updates

  • Second Collection for Food Cards on November 24/25

    On the weekend of November 24/25 there will be a second collection for the poor in our area. The donations received will be used to purchase Shop Rite Food Cards for the 22 families we assist.   As we celebrateThanksgiving in abundance with our own families and friends, please remember there are local families in need of our support.

  • Annual Coat Collection November 10/11 thruogh November 17/18

    As we head into the late Fall and Winter season, we need to be mindful of those who are less fortunate when temperatures begin to drop.  Whether on the streets as homeless, or dealing with cold temperatures due to the inability to pay for utilities, we can be of help.

    Once again we will be collecting gently used or new coats, jackets, sweaters, hats and gloves to be distributed to those in need. There are a number of organizations we work with depending on the number of items collected. All donations are put to good use.  This year we will be collecting on the weekends of November 10 through 18 . All donations can be left in the basement and they will be picked up and distributed.

    Thank you for your support. Share the warmth of your love through your contribution to this cause.

  • Baby Items Collection: Now through November 25

    This year the baby items collection will be donated to Birth Haven. All items should be placed in the baskets near the altar of the
    church. Collection dates began on Saturday, November 10th and will continue through Sunday, November 25th.

    Birth Haven provides shelter, support and education to homeless pregnant women and girls. The facility is operated 24 hours, 7 days a week by a professional staff that offers counseling and medical services (including prenatal care at Newton Memorial Hospital) to all guests in a safe environment.

  • Holy Spirit School Pocketbook BINGO on Friday, November 16: Tickets are LIMITED!

    Please click here to see attached flyer for details.  This event does sell out, so get your tickets now!

  • Support Holy Spirit School at the Emerald Experience: Saturday, November 10

    Join us for a fun night of music and dancing!  Click here to see attached flyer.


  • DISC-55 Pequannock Seniors: Oct., Nov., Dec. Schedule

    Click HERE for DISC-55 Pequannock Seniors' Schedule for Oct., Nov., and December.

  • CLERGY SCHEDULE November 10/11, 2018

    Clergy Schedule

     5:00PM           Fr. David

    7:30AM            Fr. David    

    9:00AM            Fr. David

    11:00AM          Fr. David

    7:00PM            Fr. Ed Lambro



  • Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)

    What is R.C.I.A.

    The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is the coming home of any adult into the full and warm embrace of God the Father and Holy Mother Church. It is a joyous time of growth, healing, and love in the life of any adult who comes to a relationship of faith, hope and love in God through Jesus Christ. Receiving the Sacraments of Initiation, namely Baptism, Confirmation and the Eucharist, the adult catechumen or candidate is welcomed into the full life of the Church and encouraged to engage in the life and ministries of the Church as faith leads to action.

    The adult catechumen or candidate is also exposed to the life of holiness, a call from God experienced by all people, and the many ways he or she can live that call as a servant of Christ and His Church. The catechumen or candidate is exposed to the different spiritual traditions of the Church, as well as her charitable and liturgical activities and ministries, so that he or she can find a home in the life of the Church and contribute his or her gifts and talents to the building up of the kingdom of God.


    RCIA is an 8-month process by which adult, baptized Catholics complete their sacraments of initiation, and those who would like to become Catholic for the first time receive their sacraments, is beginning registration now.  If you, or someone you know, is interested in joining these sessions, please call the Parish Office at (973) 696-1234.

  • Visits for the Homebound

    If you know of someone who is homebound and would like to schedule a visit from one of our Eucharistic Ministers for Holy Communion, please have them call the Parish Office at (973) 696-1234.  Homebound individuals who would like a visit from Fr. David for the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick or the Sacrament of Reconciliation may also call the Parish Office to arrange for a visit.

About Us

Rev. David Monteleone Pastor

Rev. Mr. Michael Scruggs, Deacon

Parish Trustees:
Mrs. Kathleen Bekker
Mr. G. Michael Foulon

Holy Spirit Church
318 Newark-Pompton Turnpike
Pequannock, NJ  07440

Office Hours
Monday to Friday
9:00 am - 3:00PM
Weekend Masses

Weekday Masses:
Monday - Friday
Eucharistic Adoration
9AM to 10:00AM (following the 8:30AM Mass)
Rosary and Miraculous Medal Novena
Fridays @ 9:00AM
4:00 to 4:30PM
Holy Day Masses:
As Announced.

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