We're glad you found us and invite you and your family to join us for Mass.
You can find our worship schedule here.
Before moving to Methuen and finding St. Monica Parish, my husband and I attended other churches, but we didn’t feel part of a community. Through some difficult times in life and feeling lost, I realized I was disconnected from God and what was really missing was a deeper relationship with Him.
Being part of St. Monica Parish has opened new friendships with wonderful people and families. I’ve realized God has called me to bring my family closer to Him.
To remind my family what matters most in life and what matters least. We are part of a community and we feel thankful and blessed.
– Sandra Freitas
Chung and I have been married for over 30 years. My wife became Catholic after our youngest child was born. We would attend Sunday Mass with the children at the parish where I grew up but when we moved to Methuen 25 years ago we began looking for a Catholic church to attend. When we visited St. Lucy, we both felt at home here immediately and chose to raise our family within this community. It takes me a while to feel comfortable in a new environment but St. Lucy’s felt like home on our first visit.
We were no longer satisfied with just attending Mass and all of us took part in different ministries at the parish. I have always felt that St. Lucy’s reflects the family community that a parish should be.
We hope you're able to find everything you need on our website, but we'd love to connect with you in person or over the phone. We invite you to come to mass over the weekend and be sure to introduce yourself to one of our priests or greeters. Alternatively, you can contact us at (978) 683-1193. If you'd like to "formalize" your connection with the parish right away, feel free to print and fill out one of the registration forms below. You could scan it and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, return it to the offering basket, or drop it off at the Parish Offices 254 Merrimack St., Methuen, MA. During the pandemic, we ask you to call the office before stopping by.