Saturday (Vigil) 4 pm
Sunday 8:30 am
Wednesday 6:30 pm
First Friday 9 am
Sunday 9:30 am
Saturday 3:15 to 3:45 pm Sunday 8:00 to 8:15 am
and by appointment
Wednesday 5:30 – 6:30 pm
First Saturday (with benediction) 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Sacred Heart Catholic Church is just 1.3 miles east of I-44 in Conway, MO. Head east on West Jefferson Avenue and then turn right onto South Spruce Street to find the church beside the water tower and the railroad tracks.
Founded in 1869, Sacred Heart features the main church building, the rectory, and the parish hall with event space, a kitchen, and Sunday school classrooms. Read more
P. O. Box 8
Conway, MO 65632
310 S Spruce St
Conway, MO 65632
Much of the content of the weekly bulletin is found in the individual articles of the News section. We recommend reading parish news in that format since it does not require you to download PDFs,…
Third Sunday of Advent Rejoice Always! “Rejoice in the Lord always” Philippians 4:4 Today is rejoice “Gaudete” Sunday! The Church invites us to rejoice because the time for the celebration of the birth of Jesus, the…
Lectors 12 /4 Cindy Soptick 12/5 Jentry Tyre 12/8 Theresa Coryell 12/11 Cindy Soptick 12/12 Gary Don Cunningham 12/15 No Mass & Adoration [Communal Advent Reconciliation @ Service 5 pm – 7 pm] 12/19 Mary Anne Lindley 12/22 Theresa…
Second Sunday of Advent Prepare! Prepare! Prepare! “Prepare the way of the Lord, make straight his paths. Every valley shall be filled and every mountain and hill shall be made low. The winding roads shall…
We will have a communal celebration of the Sacrament of reconciliation on December 15, from 5 pm – 7 pm.
First Sunday of Advent God Fulfills His Promises “The days are coming, says the LORD, when I will fulfill the promise I made to the house of Israel and Judah.” (Jer. 33:14) Today we begin the…
THE SOLEMNITY OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST, KING OF THE UNIVERSE The Kingship of Jesus Christ “My kingdom does not belong to this world.” (Jn 18:36) Today we celebrate the Solemnity of Christ, the King…
Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time Made Perfect by the Sacrifice of Christ “By one offering, he has made perfect forever those who are being consecrated.” (Heb 10:14) The Old Testament priests offered sacrifices that could…
Thirty -second sunday in Ordinary Time Do Not Be Afraid! Do Not Fear! Fear Not! God told Elijah to go to Zarephath that He had commanded a widow to feed him. As Elijah enters the…
The Veteran’s Day dinner will be Sunday, November 7th, at 2 PM in the parish hall. The sign-up sheet can be found at the back of the church. The invitation is for all veterans, widows…
The parish will be hosting a Harvest Dinner on Sunday, November 14th, 5PM. The parish council will meet following the dinner. Volunteers are needed to set up and clean up. Look for a sign-up sheet…
Those interested in creating a church choir, please sign up on the sheet found at the back of the church.
RCIA inquiry will be October 20th and 27th. If you know anyone interested in learning more about the Catholic faith, please share these dates with them. If you are interested in serving as member of…
We are in need of additional people to help with cleaning the church and ironing the alter linens. Pam Peirano will train those interested in helping with the alter linens.
If you would like to set up an appointment with Fr. Simon, please add it to the binder at the back of the church.
PSR classes will begin after Mass on August 29th. Sign up sheets for students and volunteers can be found at the back of the church.
The following people were elected to serve for the 2021-24 term: Theresa Coryell Gary S. Cunningham Ethan Reid Julie Rosenthal
A huge shout out to all who helped and attended the ice cream social. The rain may have altered the plans, but it was a success overall. Final profit was $4913.25. Raffle Winners: Ida…
10/28 Randall Rosenthal 10/30 Curtis Jones
Offertory Families for October: 10/30 Mike Miner 10/31 Robert Coryell Family
See all parish updates on the News page
A program for those who were never baptized or baptized in another faith who are interested in joining the Catholic Church. meetings are September through mid-May. It is a four-stage process that highlights different aspects of the Catholic faith in a manageable sequence. Learn more