Mass Schedule

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 7:00AM
  • Wednesday: 7:00AM Communion Service
  • Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:30PM
  • Sunday Masses: 7:00AM, 10:30AM

Monthly Masses:
  • St. Alphonsus Mass Association: 7:00AM (1st FRIDAY)
  • Polish Mass: 9:00AM (3rd SUNDAY)
  • Saturday 4:30pm to 5:00pm

Weekly Novenas:
  • Miraculous Medal - Tuesday after 7:00 AM Mass
  • Novena to St. Jude - Fridays after 7:00 AM Mass
  • Divine Mercy Chaplet—1st Friday at 5:30 PM

St. Alphonsus Parish is dedicated to living out Christ`s mission on earth through a vibrant community built upon prayer, service, social interaction, and our rich history. We strive to reach out with justice and healing to all we encounter, thus making the living of the Gospel visible and ensuring that St. Alphonsus remains a welcoming home for future generations.
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  • MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – Catholic Charities West Virginia (CCWVa) Eastern Region is accepting applications from residents of Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan counties for the Knights of Columbus “Coats for Kids” Program at the Martinsburg office through Oct. 31. There are a limited number of coats available for both boys and girls, sizes 8-18. Upon meeting eligibility, applicants will be contacted with distribution information. Read more...

  • Proceeds to Benefit West Virginia Catholic Radio CHARLESTON, W.Va.—Eternal World Television Network’s (EWTN) personality Dr. Ray Guarendi will be visiting the Mountain State to present a talk on the challenges of raising children in today’s world. Read more...

  • As the Catholic Church in the United States recognizes the month of October as Respect Life Month, Most Rev. Michael J. Bransfield, bishop of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, applauds the efforts of West Virginia legislators on behalf of the well-being of our fellow citizens from natural conception to natural death. Read more...