Welcome! Whether you’re visiting town, new to the area, were raised Catholic, Protestant, atheist, agnostic, or have never even considered church, religion, and spirituality, there is a place for you here.
Here are a few things you need to know.
When to Join Us
- Saturdays at 4:00 pm (St. Thomas More Church, 15 Caledonia Road)
- Sundays at 8:30 am (St. Thomas More Church)
- Sunday at 11am [French Mass] (St. Thomas More Church)
- Sundays at 11:15 am (St. Vincent de Paul Church, 320 Flying Cloud Drive)
Where to Go
ST. THOMAS MORE CHURCH
15 Caledonia Road, Dartmouth, NS
Our St. Thomas More location is just off Main Street in Dartmouth, across from the NSCC Akerley Campus.
We have two entrances to our parking lot. You can enter from Caledonia Road by driving up either of the criss-cross driveways, or you can turn onto Kuhn Drive from Main Street and enter at the back of the parking lot. Accessible parking spots can be found nearest to the access ramp to the left of the main doors.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL CHURCH
320 Flying Cloud Drive, Dartmouth, NS
Accessible parking spots can be found in the front and center of the parking lot. The main entrance to the Church is in the center of the building, underneath the name “St. Vincent de Paul.”
What about my kids?
Jesus said, “Let the children come to me” (Mt 19.14). Children are welcome here! We welcome squirmy and loud kids as a gift from God.
Children’s Liturgy of the Word and Religious Education classes are available during the school year for children at the 8:30 am Mass only. Contact us for more information.
The safety and security of your children is our top priority. All our teachers are trained and have a background check before they can work with children.
Need to talk to someone about the Catholic faith? Contact the parish office. We’d be happy to hear from you.
Want to become Catholic? Contact us! Let’s discuss the process of formation and initiation into the Catholic Church, called The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA).
Want a place to explore life, faith and meaning? Try Alpha — it’s an open, honest, non-judgmental place to ask big life questions. Learn more about Alpha by clicking here.