A Catholic Community
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321 West Butler Ave. Chalfont, PA 18914

Welcome to the St. Jude Church website. We are committed to helping people to "Live, love, and serve in the image of Christ". We welcome those that are looking for a home to grow closer to Christ in His word and His Sacraments.

Join us every weekend for Mass: Saturdays at 5:00 p.m. and Sundays at 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., and 12:00 noon.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 215-822-0179 or office@stjudechalfont.org. We look forward to meeting you.

Mass Schedule

Monday-Friday: 6:30 & 9:00 AM
Saturday: 9:00 AM & 5:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 & 10:00 AM and 12 PM


Saturday: 3:30-4:30 PM
Sunday: 9:15-9:45 AM

St Jude Parish

News & Events

  • St. Jude School Registration View

    Registration for new students will be held on Thursday, February 11, 2016, from 9:30 - 11:00 am and from 6:30 - 8:00 pm. Programs include classes for Pre School (3 year olds), Pre K (4 year olds), and Kindergarten through 8th grade. For more information, please call Sister Elizabeth at 215-822-9225 x 230.

  • Renewal of Marriage Vows View

    AN INVITATION - TO: Married Couples FROM: Msgr. Beach

    A Renewal of Marriage Vows to honor and celebrate the Sacrament of Matrimony Saturday, February 13 Vigil Mass Reception following
    RSVP: contact the rectory office (215-822-0179)  or email office@stjudechalfont.org

  • FORMED View

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    Click here for more information and to register for FORMED at Saint Jude
    There is no financial obligation to register - only if you wish to purchase items from the program.

  • Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible! View

    Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible!bible study

    If you would like to have a deeper relationship with God and a better understanding of your faith, then join us for Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible this Lent. You will not only benefit personally from being part of this study; you will also help to bring about a profound renewal in our parish as we grow closer to Christ. St. Jude will begin Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible on Wednesdays 7-9PM Feb. 17th through April 6th. For more information or to sign up, visit Evangelization.com, or contact Donna Cushing at CushDonna@gmail.com
    Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible helps you uncover the story woven through Scripture with its clever narrative approach and ingenious color-coded Bible Timeline. It is a great way to get the “big picture” of the Bible and see how our Catholic Faith is rooted in Scripture. You’ll see how the Bible reveals God’s loving plan for your life, and you will learn helpful ways to put your faith into practice.
    The study includes a series of eight informative and engaging half-hour videos presented by Jeff Cavins. Each video will be followed by a lively group discussion. You can sign up for the study at www.Evangelization.com, or email Donna Cushing at CushDonna@gmail.com. You will receive a color-coded Bible Timeline Chart, a Bible study workbook, and the ability to stream the study videos online at your convenience. All this for $20 +shipping!
    For more information, click on the following video links:
    Video Preview  /  Bible Timeline

  • St. Jude Youth Ministry View

    Upcoming Events

    • Join us for Mass and dodgeball.
    • Please bring $3.00 for March’s service project.
    MARCH 20TH
    • Camp Heart Pasta Dinner
    • $10.00 per person
    • Join us for Mass, dinner and a service project.

  • Pope Francis' Year of Mercy View


    Seeing a great need for mercy and healing in the world, Pope Francis called for the Year of Mercy. This is a special time for us as individuals and as a Church to take an entire year to study and reflect on mercy, receive mercy, and be merciful towards others.

    At Dynamic Catholic, we are passionate about helping you grow spiritually. That’s why we have put together 8 simple yet powerful ways to experience the Year of Mercy. Check out all our great resources for the Year of Mercy at DynamicCatholic.com. 

    Archdiocese of Philadelphia—archphila.org/mercy
    Theme for February 2016:
    Confession, Sacrament of Mercy
    “Through the ministry of the Church, may God give you pardon and peace…”
    Each time the Sacrament of Reconciliation and Penance is celebrated, the priest begins the formula of absolution with these words. They express the profound reality that is taking place. First, there is the recognition that the Church mediates God’s loving activity of forgiveness of sins. Jesus intentionally created the Church to extend his victory over sin. Second, this Sacrament, like all the others, begins with God’s initiative. Long before we recognize our need for God’s mercy, he is already calling us to him, extending his offer of grace. That, of course, is what the Sacrament of Reconciliation and Penance is all about: God’s love which overcomes even our sins. There is  nothing that we can do in life that will cause God not to love us. As Pope Francis has said so well, it is not God who tires of forgiving us; rather, it is we ourselves who tire of asking for forgiveness! But we never should give up on our desire for holiness. God will forgive us if we approach the Sacrament with sincere contrition. There is no need to be afraid!
    In this Year of Mercy, Pope Francis has called on the Church to throw open the doors of mercy, to show the vultus misericordiae – the face of mercy – to all those who need it. Whether one receives this Sacrament regularly (a commendable practice) or has not been to Confession for many years, let this Year of Mercy be a time in which we take
    advantage of this generous offer of “pardon and peace.” –Eric Banecker, Seminarian, St. Charles Borromeo Seminary Quote from Catholic Tradition: “In the life of the body a man is sometimes sick, and unless he takes medicine, he will die. Even so in the spiritual life a man is sick on account of sin. For that reason he needs medicine so that he may be restored to health; and this grace is bestowed in the Sacrament of Penance.” -St. Thomas Aquinas “When you approach the confessional, know this, that I Myself am waiting there for you. I am only hidden by the priest, but I Myself act in your soul.” -Jesus to St. Faustina, Diary of St. Faustina 1602 
    To continue reflecting on this theme, consider: 
    Recommended Book for the Month: 7 Secrets of Confession, Vinny Flynn

  • St. Charles Borromeo Seminary Appeal View

  • Parish Financial Report View

    The parish Financial report is available for download. To get a copy of Msgr. Beach's financial report letter, click here. To get a copy of the parish financial report,  click here.

  • St. Jude Children's Choir View

    St. Jude Children's Choir - Sing a Joyful Song  - The St. Jude Children's Choir invites all children of the parish in grades 3 through 6 to join us as we praise God through song. No experience necessary- we will teach you all you need to know.If interested, please come to choir practice from 6 pm until 7 pm in the church choir loft or after school from 3:30 until 4:30 pm in Mr. Meade's Music Room.

  • RCIA and Adult Faith Formation View

    Our weekly gatherings are on Mondays at 7pm in the Saint Jude Room (across from the chapel).