Church of St. Mary
26 Dodgingtown Road
Bethel, CT 06801
Mass Schedule
Sunday 7am, 8:30am, 10am, 11:30am, 5:30pm
Saturday 8am, 5:30pm
Weekdays 6:30am, 9:00am
Mass Schedule
Saturday 4:00pm
From the Pastor CAR RAFFLE Win a 2015 GMC Terrain Denali from Ingersoll Auto of Danbury. The drawing will take place on Sat., Nov. 28 at 6:45pm in the Parish Hall. Tickets will be $100 each and only 882 tickets will be sold (in honor of St. Mary founding date of 1882)! (Winner is responsible for tax, title and license fees). All proceeds will benefit St. Mary Church. Tickets are available after masses on the weekends and at the Parish Office during the week!


Saturday, November 28: 5:30pm (Fr. Corey)
Sunday, November 29: 7:00am (Fr. Corey), 8:30am (Fr. Corey), 10:00am (Fr. Wolfe), 11:30am (Fr. Wolfe), 5:30pm (Fr. Wolfe)

Welcome to Saint Mary Parish in the Diocese of Bridgeport, Connecticut.

Beginning in 1882, the Catholic Church has served the needs of the people of Bethel from the Town Hall, to the Church on Greenwood Avenue, or our current Church on Dodgingtown Road. Being the only Catholic Church in the town of Bethel, our parish community reaches to the surrounding towns of Danbury, Brookfield, Newtown and Redding. St. Mary Parish Center includes a beautiful church seating 850 worshippers, a parish hall, an active and thriving school, convent and rectory.

With the dedication of our school principal Greg Viceroy, our Director of Religious Education Mary Ferri, our Music Director Michael Ferrari, our Choir Director Elizabeth Barnes, our Youth Minister Dean Aufiero, our Plant Manager Paul Orsino, our Rectory Staff Kate Fitzgerald, Peg Gavin and Julie Doerner, our Deacons John DeRoin and Tony Caraluzzi and our Parochial Vicar Father Robert Wolfe, we serve a vibrant, dynamic, faith-filled community that brings the message of the Gospel, the guidance of the Church, the grace of the Sacraments and the love of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit to the world around us.

Visit our website and visit us in person – you are most welcomed to our community!

God Bless!
Father Corey Piccinino