On Monday, October 5, Bishop Ricken reinstated the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass in the diocese until further notice.Even with the reinstatement, we will continue to celebrate the Mass publicly every weekend for those who are able to attend and willing to strictly follow the proper health protocols. During this time of increased infection, our parish will be even more vigilant in observing the health protocols shared in the diocesan guidelines to prevent the spread of disease and allow as many people as is safe to come to Mass without fear of infection. The wearing of masks is mandatory at Masses celebrated throughout our diocese. Thank you for your support and compliance as we as a community of faith come together to worship in safety.

Guidelines for Public Masses in Times of Very HighCOVID-19Alert



 
If you are a member of our parish, we ask you to please take the following survey about returning to Mass at our parish. Your responses are very important to us. It will take about 5 minutes to complete. Thank you!

We will be returning to public Mass with a limited amount of people.

To sign-up to attend Mass on the weekends please click on the link below. You need to select the date you are coming, and then click on the submit and sign-up button. You will be directed to the next screen where you enter your name and email address. Then you are all set. If you have any problems please call the office.

Return to Mass Sign-Up


If you need to sign-up to help as volunteer for a temperature taker/hand sanitizer, please click on the link below. Also, please read the guidelines for volunteering with this much needed help.

Volunteer Sign-Up


If you wish to sign-up and help at Mass (Usher, Liturgy Assistant, Lector or Altar Sever) please click on the link below:

Liturgical Ministers


We will continue to live-stream Mass on Facebook, please click on the link below to view. 

Facebook Live-stream


Christian Formation Online Registration started on Thursday, March 5. Please click the link below:

Online Registration Form


If you are unable to make it to church, but still want to send in your contribution, you may do so by mail, or click on the link below to make an online payment.

WeShare Online Contribution


The Altar Rosary Society is again sponsoring an all parish baby shower during the month of October, which is respect life month. As a parish, we collect and help furnish the needs of the young lives being cared for by: Love Life Ministry, House of Hope, A & A Alexandria Center and Freedom House. This year, because of Covid, we will not be able to collect baby items, but we will be collecting donations in the form of a cash or check. We ask that the checks be made out to the Altar Rosary Society and in the memo line or on the envelope please state “for baby shower.”

Donations can be dropped in the collection box in the gathering space, dropped off at the parish office, or mailed to the church: Ss. Edward and Isidore, 3667 Flintville Rd., Green Bay, WI 54313. Please specify baby shower on check or envelope. If you have any questions, please call Kathy at 434–2359 or Barb at 434–1199. Thank you.


 

New Office Hours:

Monday - Thursday: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Friday: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

*Masks are Required while you are in the building

*Please ring the doorbell and a staff member will assist you

Mass

When joining us via Facebook please click on the link below to view the Worship Aid so you can follow along with the music and prayers.

Worship Aid

Mass Times

Tuesday-Friday: 9:00 am
Saturday: 4:00 pm
Sunday: 9:00 am
Holy Days: 8:30 am; 6:30 pm

OTHER LINKS:

Mission Statement

Patron Saints

2019 Parish Annual Report

2020 Stewardship Handbook

Safe Environment

PARISH OFFICE: 920-865-7844

FAITH FORMATION OFFICE: 920-865-7677

PARISH OFFICE FAX: 920-865-4375

ADDRESS: 3667 FLINTVILLE RD., GREEN BAY, WI 54313

 

 

Staff

Return to Mass

Masks will be required.  We encourage you to wear your own mask into church, but we will have a supply available for those who do not have one.  We truly appreciate your cooperation regarding wearing masks to protect your fellow parishioners and friends.  Children younger than 2 years old should not wear a mask.

Receiving Communion with a Face Mask On:

Communion will be done in an orderly fashion to maintain social distancing.  Non-family members need to be 6 feet apart in line.  You will receive Holy Communion in your hand only. Then, step to the side facing the altar, remove your face mask from one ear loop, and consume the Holy Communion; replace the mask before walking back to your pew. 

 

Publications


  • Sun, Oct 18th

  • Sun, Oct 11th