We’re A Community Church in Kersey, PA
Saint Boniface Catholic Church is the oldest church in Elk County still in existence. Our past reminds us where we came from – all parts of the world – sharing in the one faith of Jesus Christ. Our future is what we make of it. Join us as we continue to share the Good News of Jesus by our lives and actions. Worship with us in person or virtually. Connect with one another and God through personal and public prayer opportunities. Love God. Love Others.
We love connecting. With you.
We are using some pretty cool apps to stay connected. Flocknote is a great way to message us and receive updates on new bible and theological studies. The MyParishApp contains our bulletin, mass readings, prayers, and more – all in one app! REALM is our new Digital Parish Community. In Realm you can make donations and keep track of pledges, connect with others from the parish and join small groups, (and basically manage your relationship with the parish) all from one place. Together, WE are Saint Boniface.
A Welcoming Parish
in the Heart of Elk County.
Watch our Live Mass Saturday at 4:15pm or anytime after. Many other resources available at www.boniface.live – our dedicated site for live broadcasts and faith sharing.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, masks are required for all services at this time. Please pray for everyone affected by this crisis.
or make an appointment
Reconciliation: Confessions are heard every Saturday from 3:30pm – 4:00pm (or until finished), and by appointment. Baptism: This Sacrament of Initiation is a first step taken in making a connection of friendship with Christ and his Church. Pre-baptismal Classes are required for parents and sponsors. Parents seeking Baptism for their children should contact the Parish Office for further details and to make arrangements. Marriage: Couples make arrangements themselves at least six months in advance of the anticipated date of the wedding. A Pre-Cana seminar is required. A first meeting with the pastor takes place prior to scheduling the date with the Church or reception hall. [Read More] Anointing of the Sick: Please contact the pastor if you are having surgery, an illness takes a serious turn, or in the event of an emergency. Do not hesitate contact a priest if a person is in danger of death. Sponsorship: People are asked to stand for the Catholic Faith at the time of Baptism and Confirmation. This is a great honor which carries serious responsibility. Godparents and sponsors are chosen because they practice their faith, pray for others and attend Sunday mass weekly. [Read More]