For two-hundred years the Catholic Church has been planted in the soil of human hearts as the Diocese of Richmond. This year is the Bicentennial celebration of the Diocese. So many beautiful plans to celebrate have been curbed by the dangers of the physical Covid19 pandemic. But, as usual, your supernatural spiritual core, Christ Jesus, enlivens you in faithful worship, Sacrament and Service nonetheless.

The coming week, beginning Sunday September 27, will be marked with several beautiful and powerful possibilities for your Catholic core to shine in union with many others throughout the Diocese of Richmond.

Please, review the following Bicentennial doors to step through this coming week. No one can step through them but you, whether a youth, an adult with children or single, or a senior person. These opportunities only gain power when your human heart engages them. There are chances for prayer, worship, charitable giving, charitable service, and any personal works that you dream of and implement yourself or with your family.

Wednesday, 30 September

  • Food Drive – 9am – 12pm. support the needy of York County and drop off your food goods in the St. Joan of Arc Rt. 17 parking lot. Workers also are welcome.
  • Food Closet – 12pm – 4pm. Parishioners of St Joan of Arc plan to assist/relieve the staff of the York County Food Closet in stocking and passing out food to needy families.
  • Rosary – Praise & Worship– 7pm – Join us in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and in praying a Holy Rosary for the Sick.

Thursday, 1 October

  • Rosary- 8:30am Join us in praying the Holy Rosary for an end to all forms of racial injustice (i.e. cultural, institutional, personal).

Friday, 2 October

  • Rosary– 8:30am Join us in praying the Holy Rosary to ease the suffering of displaced persons (immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers).

Saturday, 3 October

  • Holy Mass 10am – followed by an outdoor Rosary prayed for the unborn.

A Message From Your Pastor

Friends, Peace be with you! Welcome to St. Joan of Arc Roman Catholic Church. We are a vibrant and growing parish of over 700 families. We are a community dedicated to the teachings of Jesus Christ as passed down through the Apostles and the Traditions of the Catholic Faith. We are devoted to the mission of the Church to “go and make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19). Please feel free to browse our web site and find out more about us. If, after reading our web-pages, you have questions about our Catholic life or worship, or if you feel the Lord is calling you to belong here, please contact us at our email address. We will respond to the best of our ability. In the meantime, may God bless you abundantly and give you Peace through His Son Jesus Christ.God be with your spirit,

-Father Mike Joly, Pastor St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church

All Are Welcome

Stations of the Cross
Divine Mercy

Holy Hour of Praise and Worship

The Giving of Alms

The giving of alms is one way to share God’s gifts not only
through the distribution of money, but through the sharing
of our time and talents. St. John Chrysostom reminds us:
“Not to enable the poor to share in our goods is to steal
from them and deprive them of life.  The goods we possess are
not ours, but theirs.”   (CCC 2446)

Weekend Mass

Weekend Mass

Weekday Mass

Praise & Worship

1st Friday Adoration

1st Saturday Mass





8:30AM &

(Nursery Provided)

– Friday 9:00AM




– 4:00PM





Bishop Knestout encourages anyone aware of sexual abuse of minors on the part of clergy or staff of our diocese to notify civil authorities, call the Attorney General’s Clergy Abuse Hotline at 1-833-454-9064 and reach out to the Diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator, Jennifer Sloan at 1-877-887-9603.