Temporary Mass Schedule - inside the church during winter months while taking COVID precautions:

Saturday: 6 PM

Sunday: 9 AM


* Masks are required.

* Social Distancing must be adhered to at all times.

* Please bring a personal bottle of hand sanitizer to sanitize your hands before receiving communion.

Private Prayer


You may follow the Diocese of Burlington webpage for more updates from the Bishop:


Please review the announcement below for important information to changes about the St. Alphonsus Cemetery.

Feed the Hungry Initiative

The Vermont Foodbank is experiencing an unprecedented demand for food due to the pandemic, especially volunteers for several food distribution events that it hosts monthly and seasonally as well as in the local community food shelves.  It is the state’s largest hunger-relief organization, providing nutritious food through a network of more than 300 community partners – food shelves, meal sites, senior centers, after-school programs, schools, and hospitals. It provides about 12 million pounds of food annually to people throughout Vermont.


“Throughout the year, the Foodbank hosts VeggieVanGo, gleaning and other food distribution events that are supported by our amazing network of volunteers,” said Kate Steward, volunteer manager for the Vermont Foodbank. “The Covid-19 pandemic has made it harder for many of our community members to access the food they need to thrive. In fact, Foodbank volunteers helped to distribute over 19 million pounds of food last year to Vermonters facing hunger — a dramatic rise from 2019. We’re grateful that members of the Diocese are willing to step forward and fight hunger by volunteering with the foodbank; it truly makes a difference in the lives of our neighbors.”


“All our parishes are involved in multiple social ministries to help the most vulnerable among us. This initiative will harness the goodwill of the Catholic community to increase our capacity to ensure no one goes hungry by partnering with existing organizations and meeting the need,” Bishop Coyne said. 


To learn more visit:

St. Alphonsus Parish Partners with the Pittsford Food Shelf

Saint Alphonsus Church will be open for private prayer on:

Mondays, Tuesdays and Sundays