St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church is welcoming to residents and visitors. It was dedicated in June 27, 1982 by Most Reverend P. F. Reding Bishop of Hamilton. The church is connected to St. Elizabeth Villa through a wheelchair accessible hallway, providing residents with access for worship from within their own building. Another entrance is located on Sister Elisabeth Way, across from Gibbons Square.
Inside the church, a large wooden cross draped with a white shroud stands behind the altar. Two walls of stunning stained glass windows, depicting various saints, were skillfully created by a Dutch artist named Jan Schoenaker. The Stations of the Cross, a reconciliation room for confessions as well as a number of statues & wood carvings can also be found within the church.
Catholic services are offered as follows:
|Sunday Mass:||9:30 am|
|Monday – Saturday Mass:||8:30 am|
|Holy Hour – First and Third Saturday of the Month after the Mass|
Donations to the St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church can be dropped off or mailed to 384 Rymal Road West, Hamilton, Ontario, L9B 1B8.
To learn more about the St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church, please refer to this excerpt (PDF) from the biography of our founder, Sister Elisabeth: The Strength of Faith. To order a copy of the book, please call (905) 575-9191.