Sacramental Fees

Sacramental Fees
Non-Members / Members*

Baptism:

Church $275 / $150

Parish Priest Discretionary Amount Discretionary Amount

Deacon $75 / $ 75

Visiting Priest ** $175 plus travel expenses

Funeral:

Church $275 / $150

Parish Priest Discretionary Amount Discretionary Amount

Deacon $ 75 / $ 75

Organist $ 75 / $ 75

Soloist $75 / $ 75

Visiting Priest ** $175 plus travel expenses

Hall Rental fee for hokejash (meal following funeral) will be waived if

“In Lieu of Flowers” donations are published/directed to our parish

(direct or endowment/trust fund).

Wedding:

Church $275 / $150

Parish Priest Discretionary Amount Discretionary Amount

Deacon $ 75 / $75

Organist $ 75 / $75

Soloist $75 (Optional)

Optional:

Soloist $75 (If church provides soloist)

Organist $25 For Wedding Rehearsal

Soloist $25 For Wedding Rehearsal

Visiting Priest ** $175 plus travel expenses

Note: Delayed arrivals will be subject to charge; After 15 minute delay

Up to 1 hour late, 25% surcharge on above rates ($137.50)

After 1 hour late, the event will be cancelled $50 Deacon, $100 Utilities,

$50 Organist, $50 Soloist

** Visiting Priest participation in any Event must be approved in advance by Parish Priest & Family

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