If you think church is a place to visit on Sunday only, be prepared to have that idea challenged. At St. Henry one of the first things you will notice when you drop by the parish office during the week is how busy it is! Learn more >
St. Henry Catholic Church’s attention to religious education is an exception to the rule. Not only is our focus on children’s faith formation via classes and vacation bible school but we continue our faith journey with an outstanding youth ministry and confirmation program. Learn more >
St. Henry aims to share the Body of Christ in both our celebration of the sacraments and in the work we do in our community. Volunteers and prayer partners are the engines that drive the work of our community. Learn more >
Palm Sunday is on March 25. With that, we begin our walk towards Jesus' final day.
Holy Thursday is March 29. Our Holy Thursday commemoration of the Last supper is at 7pm in the church.
Good Friday is March 30. Our Good Friday service with Veneration of the Cross is at 7pm in the church.
Easter Vigil is Saturday, March 31. We welcome our new members to the church through the RCIA program and we proclaim the resurrection of Christ. Mass begins at 8:00pm.
Easter Sunday masses are all according to our regular Sunday schedule. 8:30 & 11:00am. 1:30pm.
Youth Ministry has assembled a team of students and adult leaders to perform over 600 hours of community service here in Portland... and then to travel to New Orleans in July to serve for a week with SBP doing the continuing work of helping families to recover from Hurricane Katrina. It's been 13 years since the storm - and there are still families that are struggling to come home.
We are now 75% to our fundraising budget. We have pledges of about $6300 and a target of $8400. We still need your help. Our students are hard at work doing their community service all around Portland. So far, we've visited the Oregon Food Bank and the Northeast Emergency Food Pantry. Next month we'll work at Bridal Veil. The kids are holding up their end of the deal... we need for the rest of the parish to hold up its end as well! If you've not yet made a pledge, or if you have questions about how the New Orleans Service Project works please contact Dave in the office.
Visit us on the web at https://app.flocknote.com/sthenrygresham to get a web login and to pick your email preferences. Flocknotes is our parish’s new text/email announcement system. We will send you reminders about parish ministries, activities and events. It’s free to use, you get to choose the kinds of announcements that you receive and it’s always the most up-to-date information.
To skip the website and to register from your phone, just text “Hospitality" to 84576.