Saint Eulalia Church 50 Ridge St, Winchester, MA01890 Saint Eulalia Church is a Roman Catholic church offering mass every day. It also provides comprehensive Catholic…More education for adults and children in kindergarten through 12th grade.
Led by the Pastor, Reverend Thomas Nestor, St. Eulalia is a Roman Catholic Church located at the edge of Winchester.…More It has a number of parish groups devoted to a variety of different causes, from ministering to the sick and bereaved to support groups for divorced or separated couples. The parish has a music ministry, a youth group, as well as prayer and spiritual groups.
Students can take religious education classes from kindergarten through the seventh grade when they receive confirmation. Adults interested in continuing in the faith can take RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) classes.
The church also supports the archdiocesan ARISE movement, which tries to deepen an individual's faith in Jesus through discussion and meeting groups.
Saint Mary's Parish is a Roman Catholic Church located on Washington Street, directly across from Saint Mary's…More Elementary School. The church, which was established in 1875, has been a staple of the Winchester community.
St. Mary's takes very good care of the youth in its parish. It has a youth council that meets on the first Wednesday of every month from 7 pm to 9pm. It's a teen-led planning board that has the same function as the Parish council, except they focus on youth activities and events.
The parish youth group enacts whatever the council decides, whether it's car washes, pumpkin carving, soup kitchens or any number of other activities. The parish also has a youth mass that celebrates the young people in the parish once a month at the 11:30am mass. This gives teens a chance to take part in the ceremony as Eucharistic ministers, lecturers, greeters and gift-bearers.
Saint Mary's holds religious education classes every week for grades 1 - 11. The church also holds a vacation bible study camp for children aged 6 - 10 over the summer, as well as a curriculum geared to children with autism or other special needs children.