As more and more of us receive vaccines, we hope you can return to worship in person. Livestream opportunities at other locations are listed in our bulletin.
From Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend our summer schedule is in effect:
5PM Holy Redeemer
5:30PM Holy Trinity,
7:30 PM Holy Trinity (BiLingual)
8AM Holy Trinity
9AM Holy Redeemer
11 AM Holy Trinity
11:30AM Holy Redeemer
7PM Holy Redeemer
All Weekday Masses will take place at Holy Redeemer by the Sea in Kitty Hawk at 9 AM Monday- Friday.
Please take and keep a green hymnal from the Church Entrances to join in singing at Mass.
LATEST COVID INFO
In line with the latest State and Diocesan guidelines, all pews may now be occupied with no attendance limit. Wearing face masks is now a personal option and no longer mandatory. Those who feel uncomfortable being inside the building under the new guidelines are invited to remain outside, where the audio portion of Mass will be broadcast and Communion will be distributed. Please be aware that Bishop Zarama, Diocese of Raleigh, continues to dispense the faithful from their Sunday obligation, especially the elderly, those sick, those with pre-existing health conditions or other vulnerable people.
We pray that the Covid virus continues its retreat and that our parishioners and visitors remain in good health.
Please direct all questions to Val Cummings at firstname.lastname@example.org
Holy Redeemer by the Sea
Location: 301 West Kitty Hawk Road
Kitty Hawk, NC 27949
Holy Trinity by the Sea Chapel
Location: 7335 Virginia Dare Trail
Nags Head, NC 27959
A Message from Father Bill
Dare County Weather Policy’s
The Church will be closed and all activities canceled if a LOCAL State of Emergency is declared by Dare County or the Town of Kitty Hawk that includes mandatory evacuations or restrictions or prohibitions on travel in Kitty Hawk. Never put yourself at risk of accident or physical harm to come to Church in dangerous conditions, even if a delay or emergency has not been announced. We have been assured by the Diocese of Raleigh that the Catholic faithful are not obligated to attend Mass when prevented by unsafe travel conditions.
Since our new inclement weather policy governing closures and cancellations will now be tied to County and Municipality States of Emergency, we urge all parishioners to sign up for County Alerts.