Frequently Asked Questions

You are welcome to spend some quiet time with Our Lord. On weekdays, the church opens at 7am for mass and remains open until 5pm. On Saturdays, the church opens at 8:30am for mass and remains open until the conclusion of the 7pm Spanish mass. On Sundays, the church opens at 8am for mass and remains open until the conclusion of the 7pm English mass.

Yes. We have a small parking lot on Lawton Avenue, directly across the street from the church itself, immediately on the left-hand side of the street if you’re coming from Central Avenue. The lot fills up quickly, so if you are coming for mass be sure to arrive early. Metered parking is also available on Central Avenue.

Yes, the church is handicap accessible. On the Central Avenue vestibule entrance, at the corner of Central and Lawton Avenues, there is a ramp with a gentle slope. There are no steps to worry about inside the church. Please note, however, that there are a few low steps to get into the Sacristy where we hold Confession on Saturdays. The rectory, however, is not handicap accessible. If you are in need of assistance, please call the rectory at 914-949-0028, Monday-Friday 9am-4pm. We will try our best to accommodate your needs.

Yes. The 20 Bronx-White Plains Bee-Line bus stops in front of our church. The Hartsdale MetroNorth station is also located 0.8 miles from our church. It is a 15 minute walk. Head north on East Hartsdale Avenue, turn right on Central Avenue, and walk 0.2 miles. Our church will be on the right, across from the Hartsdale Pet Cemetery.

We accept non-perishable food donations. Once a week the Network of Care brings these donations to the Thomas Slater Center in White Plains. Donations can be placed in the baskets in vestibule, at the back of the church. Unfortunately we cannot accept fresh fruits and vegetables, bread, or anything that needs refrigeration.

Clothing donations are taken at specific times in the year. We collect new or gently used clothes in June for our parish mission trip to Kentucky. The Network of Care and Knights of Columbus also do clothing drives throughout the year. Please check our bulletin for announcements of these drives. We do not accept clothing donations outside of these drives. Clothing donations can be taken to 914 Cares in White Plains or the Scarsdale Woman’s Club.

For all other items, please contact the rectory to inquire about our parish’s needs. Thank you!

No, unfortunately we no longer stream our services. However, if you would like to bring your own equipment to livestream a funeral or baptism, you are welcome to as long as it does not get in the way of the service.