OLOP Parish

The Parish Community of Our Lady of Peac
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Rev. John V. Polyak, Pastor
David DeFrange, Deacon
Francis D'Mello, Deacon


Mass Schedule:
Saturday Evenings: 5:30 PM
Sunday: 7:45, 8:45, 10:00, 11:15 AM Holiday Eve: 7:00PM
Holidays: 7:00AM, 12:15PM, 7:00PM 
Weekdays: 8:00 AM
Church Location
1740 US Highway Rt. 130
North Brunswick, NJ 08902
Church Office:  732-297-9680

Rectory
277 Washington Place
North Brunswick, NJ 08902
Rectory Phone: 732-297-9680

(Address ALL MAIL to the Rectory)


Mission
We, the faithful of Our Lady of Peace, area a people of prayer, love and joy, reflecting diverse cultures, philosophies, attitudes, abilities, age and a strong sense of family.  We find ourselves united in the One Lord. 

As believers of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, we are committed to proclaiming the good news and strive to grow in faith, hope, love and service to others.

Empowered by the Holy Spirit in our pursuit of effective discipleship, we express our faith and love through celebration of the Eucharist, fellowship faith formation, social services, and charity to our parish and community.



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Confessions:
Saturdays, 4:00 to 5:00 PM, or by appointment      
Sick Call:
Holy Communion will be brought to the sick on request.  In case of dangerous illness, call the rectory any time, day or night. 
Marriages:
Arrangements must be made at least six months in advance.  Participation in Pre-Cana Conference or the Engaged Encounter Weekend is required.    
Church Support:
Our Lady of Peace Parish is entirely dependent on its parishioners for support.  All wage earners are asked to use the weekly envelopes faithfully.
CCD Classes:
Classes for grades 1 thru 4 are held on Sunday mornings.  Classes for grades 5,6,7 & 8 are held on Wednesday evenings.     
Hospital Visits:
Notify the Rectory so that sick parishioners can be visited.  
Baptisms:
Baptisms are held on Sunday afternoons at 12:30 PM.  Arrangements must be made in advance.  Godparents are expected to be practicing Catholics.  Godparents from other parishes are asked to obtain a letter from their parish priest indicating that they are practicing Catholics.  A baptized Christian can serve as a Christian witness for Baptism in place of one of the Godparents.    
New Parishioners:
New parishioners should register as soon as possible after moving into the parish.  Registration is our only means of certifying anyone as a member of our parish.  It is also important for testimonial letters regarding sponsorship for the sacraments, recommendations for positions, schools, character references, etc.,.  
Please notify the office of change of address.