St. Francis of Assisi Parish is a Eucharistically-centered faith community whose life is formed by our baptismal commitment to Christ; is nourished by Scripture, Church teachings and the Sacraments; and is supported by membership in the worldwide church around us. It is a community made up of the former faith communities of All Saints, Holy Rosary, Madonna, St. Mary, St. Procopius and St. Thomas. There is a long and rich history here where all are welcome, trust is present, risks for the kingdom of God are taken, and the gifts of everyone are called forth. Under the patronage of St. Francis of Assisi we strive to be an instrument of peace and all that God calls us to be.
St. Francis of Assisi Parish
101 W. Church Ave
Masontown, PA 15461
Monday to Friday
9:00 to 4:00 p.m.
The deadline for placing articles in the bulletin is Monday at Noon.
Parking & Handicap Accessibility
St. Francis of Assisi Parish has handicap accessibility at both its Masontown and Footedale sites
Masontown Site: There is handicap accessibility from both side entrances on South Washington Street and West Church Avenue. There is a handicap accessible restroom, located inside the South Washington Street entrance. There are seven handicap accessible parking spaces at this site. St. Benedict Center is handicap accessible from the front entrance on South Washington Street. The rectory is handicap accessible from the front entrance on South Washington Street.
Footedale Site: There is handicap accessibility from the rear corner of the building. There are eight handicap accessible parking spaces at this site. The social hall in Footedale is also handicap accessible from the front entrance with a handicap accessible restroom and nine accessible parking spaces.