As Catholics, we measure our lives by the seven Sacraments.
For more information about any of the Sacraments, or to arrange a time for them, contact the Parish Office via email
or at 603-352-3525
Baptism, the joyous first Sacrament through which we join our faith community, is available for infants, children and adults!
For more information about scheduling and preparing for a baptism, contact the Parish Office via email or at 603-352-3525.
First Communion Prep
Receiving the Eucharist
As Catholics, we view the Eucharist (sometimes called Communion) as the source and summit of our faith, and we celebrate it daily and each Sunday at Mass. If you are a Catholic in good standing and would like to receive Eucharist at Masses, check out the Mass times at any of our churches.
For information on First Communion Preparation, contact the Parish Office at 603-352-3525
To request Eucharist for the homebound, contact the Parish Office at 603-352-3525
The Sacrament of Reconciliation (sometimes called Confession) is an opportunity to examine our consciences and confess those sins which keep us from God. Times for the Sacrament of Reconciliation vary at each church; check for Mass and Reconcilation times here.
If you would like to arrange a time for the Sacrament of Reconcilation separate from one of the schedule times, contact the Parish Office via email or at 603-352-3525
Confirmation is another Sacrament of Initiation where young adults and adults are sealed with the Holy Spirit, fully entering into the life of the Church.
For more information about Confirmation preparation, contact the Parish Office at 603-352-3525
Congratulations on your engagement! A Catholic wedding is a joyful event in which the husband and wife are joined for all eternity in the sight of God! Catholic weddings require at least 6 months between the engagement and the wedding, as well as pre-marital preparation for the couple.
Please call the Parish Office via email or at 603-352-3525 for more information about how to begin preparation and schedule your wedding at one of our churches.
Anointing of the Sick
Once called "Last Rites", Anointing of the Sick is a sacrament for any Catholic who finds him or herself in poor health and desires spiritual strength and blessing to undertake the healing process. Anointing of the Sick is suitable for Catholics undergoing serious illness, surgery, mental health problems, or who are approaching the end of their life.
To arrange for an Anointing of the Sick, contact the Parish Office via email or at 603-352-3525