We the parishioners of Saint Winifred are a community that strives to give witness to Jesus Christ and embody His presence in the daily lives of those with whom we live. We live our faith with others through full participation in prayer rooted in the Sacred Liturgy of the Universal Roman Catholic Church.
4:30 PM (Saturday)
Weekday and Holy Day
- Reverend Peter Horton, Pastor
- Deacon Joe Kosko, Deacon
- Dianne Falvo, Director of Pastoral Music Ministries
- Colette Speca, Director of Faith Formation
- Dana Mahr, Youth Minister
- Georgeanne Cluskey, Early Learning Center Director
- Kathy Adams, Faith Formation Secretary
- Joan Brown, Administrative Assistant
- Pat Loughran, Administrative Assistant
- Mary Trageser, Business Manager
Saturday ~ 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Sunday ~ 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Scrip Program is HERE
Fundraising while you shop. Scrip fundraising is a no-selling program that enables families to raise money for St. Winifred Parish. Order Forms are available at the church entrances, at the Rectory or if you CLICK HERE. Order forms along with your check can be dropped off at the Rectory, the Sunday collection basket or in the Rectory mailbox. Orders will be available for pick up the following Saturday.
Pilgrimage to National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
St. Winifred will be joining Bishop Zubik on a pilgrimage to the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception Shrine in Washington DC on October 8th. For more information about the trip and how to sign up click here
ANNUAL PARISH PICNIC
St. Winifred Parish Picnic will be on Sunday, August 21 after the 10:30 a.m. Mass. There will be food, games and fellowship
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Mrs. Dana Mahr at 412-563-1414 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Treasures Along Amish Trails
The Women's Guild is sponsoring a Brown Bag Tour to Sugarcreek Area, Ohio on Thursday, October 13. Everyone comes home with a brown bag filled with goodies from the seven stops along this Amish Trail. Each traveler will receive: jar of jam, chunk of cheese, recipes for Sangria, Amish peanut butter whip, Amish bread, leather coaster, candy puffs and a small bag of apples.
Have fun learning about a simpler way of life. Stops include: Dutch Valley Market Shopping, Swiss Heritage Winery-Sangria sampling, Amish Family home for lunch, Hershberger Truck Patch & Bakery with an opportunity to purchase fresh local produce. The day will continue at Coblentz Leather shop, Hillcrest Orchard with cider sampling and finish at Coblentz Chocolates.
The cost is $104.00 check payable to St Winifred Women's Guild. Last day to register is Tuesday, August 9.
If you have any questions, contact Jan Blahut at 412-860-8325 or email@example.com.