St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Carver, MN
Bid or Purchase tickets to the GA Leap of Faith Gala here.
Lenten Holy Week schedule at St. Nicholas:
Holy Thursday (4/9) - 7 PM in Spanish
Good Friday (4/10) - 3 PM in English
Easter Vigil (4/11) - 8 PM in Spanish
Easter Sunday (4/12) - 9:15 AM in English
Archdiocesan Synod, Volunteers Needed:
We're in need of parishioners to represent St. Nicholas as Synod Ambassadors. The process is underway for the Archdiocesan Synod that will culminate on Pentecost Weekend in May 2021. If you can help please contact coordinator Larry Schmid at 612-670-7655.
Weekly Mass Times:
Friday, 6 PM
Saturday, 4 PM
Sunday, 9:15 AM
Spanish Mass is now held at Guardian Angels in Chaska each Sunday at noon.
Tuesday, 12:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Thursday, 12:30 PM - 4:00 PM
If you need assistance outside of these hours please call (952) 448-2345 or (952) 227-4000
Join us every Saturday at 3:45 PM as we pray the Rosary before 4 PM Mass. All are welcome and invited to join us!
Weekly Bulletin Emailed to You:
You can have the weekly bulletin automatically emailed to you. Follow this link to sign up and the bulletin will arrive to each each Thursday night.
Prayer Garden Video - August 2019
Prayer Garden News:
Everyone is welcome to enjoy the serenity and peacefulness of our prayer garden. We invite you to enjoy the sweet fragrance of hundreds of roses in full bloom. If the spirit moves you, we welcome all volunteers of any interest or skill level as we have many opportunities. Please contact Debra or Lynn or Jean at the St. Nicholas parish office for further information.
Please continue to bring us your aluminum cans and drop them in the receptacle in the parking lot. Please do not place bags or boxes inside the collection unit, the recycling company has notified us they will no longer accept our cans if there are any bags or boxes inside the container.
Posted on: December 21, 2019
A very Merry Christmas to all parishioners of Saint Nicholas and Guardian Angels! What a joy it is to celebrate Christ's birthday together as a parish family! When we gather as a people to celebrate Christmas we not only remember the birth of our Lord two thousand plus years ago, but we celebrate his presence with us today! The same Jesus born in Bethlehem is present at every mass in his most precious Body and Blood! The gift which he himself gave to us! That is truly amazing when we reflect upon it. Thank you, Jesus for coming into our world, our hearts, our lives with your saving Grace! Thank you for the gift of the Eucharist in which you are so powerfully present to us today! Merry Christmas!