Click on "Register for Mass" then on the orange SIGN UP! button to register to attend Mass.
Each week, new signup sheets will be added for Daily Masses and for Weekend Masses for the upcoming week. Check back weekly for new signup sheets. Preregistration and masks are required for each mass you wish to attend. Please review the signup instructions carefully and be sure to bring and wear a facemask. Attendance is limited in order to maintain safe distancing. Thank you for your cooperation.
After clicking on "Register for Mass", chose the image of the church for "Daily" or "Weekend" Masses in order to sign up to attend Mass. It works best to create an account so you will be able to edit or cancel if needed. After you submit your sign up you will be able to adjust the quantity/number of attendees.
For help contact the church office at 910-457-6173 (Monday-Thursday 9:30-1:00, and Friday 9:30-12:00.) Or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As many activities are being re-shaped by the Coronavirus, so too our plans for an Earth Day celebration.
Instead of an activity focused on Care for God’s Creation – the Earth, we are asking parishioners to reach out through Matthew’s Ministry to the children in our community who are among the food insecure.
This is such a difficult time for the vulnerable populations in our county .
Donations can be mailed to
PO Box 10761
Southport NC 28461
Or made online using PayPal on our website at
and / or
8:00 P.M. St. Mark's virtual Rosary, Thursday Evening.
Canceled - Sacred Heart Church’s Participation in 2020 Southport Day of Service, March 28, 2020 Call to Family, Community, and Participation.
We believe people have a right and duty to participate in society, seeking together the common good… On Saturday, March 28, the City of Southport Beautification Committee in partnership with the Southport-Oak Island Interchurch Fellowship, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, along with others will join together for the 4th annual Day of Service.
This is Sacred Hearts Church’s second year participating. We have projects in the Church, on the grounds and in the community.
Work begins at 8:00 a.m. for breakfast (simple continental) at the church, volunteers that are supporting city projects will head out for assignments downtown, and those working at the church will begin projects at 9:00 a.m. The City provides lunch to all volunteers at noon at Trinity UMC. Ministries may reach out directly for volunteers but this invitation to participate is open to all.
If you would like more information about the projects and participating on the 28th, please send an email to: Susan Doyle email@example.com. If you would like to order a Sacred Heart T-shirt please send an email to Shelly Keenan firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the Social Justice Committee please contact Pat Lund email@example.com
Please stay tuned for any possible changes or cancelations.
BISHOP’S 2020 ANNUAL APPEAL
As of March 25, 2020
553 families in our parish have pledged $185,152.00
toward our BAA goal of $133, 726.00, helping us to reach
138% of our goal with 39% of parishioner participation.
Thank you very much for your generosity and continued
support to the 2020 Bishop’s Annual Appeal!
You can contribute or pledge on Line or even text! Contribute via envelopes that were mailed to your homes (more available at the church if you need one). One time contribution or pledge a monthly amount. Everything counts!
We believe that the work of parish stewardship, founded on the core scriptural principles of stewardship and self-giving, is a ministry to those who are invited to give and to those that benefit from the Church's work in countless ways.
Christian Stewards We are Blessed
All we have is a blessing from God - every breath we take, every loved one, every freedom, every talent and ability, every material possession and every natural element in our environment
Though we will inevitably face challenges and hardships during our lifetime, those who maintain a steward's perspective find peace and contentment in what they have rather in what they do not have. Appreciating how gifted they are by God, Christian Stewards give of themselves in proportion to their many blessings
Our Council is pleased to announce its 2020 scholarship program. Deserving South Brunswick High School students committed to furthering their education at an accredited two of four-year institution are encouraged to apply for the $1,000 awards. Interviews will be conducted and candidates will be evaluated based on need, academic achievement, school activities, community involvement, and interview/presentation. This is the twelfth year of our scholarship program. Since inception, we have been able to award a total of $118,500. None of it would have been possible without the support of our friends and neighbors at the various Knight fundraisers. Application forms are available from Sharon Herring in the SBHS Guidance Office. For further information please contact 2020 Scholarship Chairman Rob Kirwan at 440-933-7811 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our choir is still in need of more Bass or Baritone voices. If you are interested, please leave a message for Ginny Bovelsky, Director of Music, at the church office (910-457-6173) with your name, phone number and reason for calling.
Ginny will fill you in on the details, and will give you a chance to attend a rehearsal to see if you want to become a choir member.
Our choir members strive to inspire and enhance the prayer of the Mass. We prepare for weekend Masses and Holy Day Masses, as well as for Christmas and Holy Week each year. We find it rewarding to serve our parish family through giving of our musical talent and enjoy each other in the process!