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Please see links below for most recent messages from the Bishop regarding Mass attendance.


Returning to Mass

Welcome Back!

Masses have resumed at Sacred Heart Parish in Mt. Pleasant with precautions for the health and safety of participants. Please remember that people of all ages in good health are welcome to attend Mass. It is no longer necessary to make a reservation for Mass.  Masks MUST be worn to all public Masses. Masks are available free of charge in the vestibule. If you are medically unable to wear a mask, you are asked to refrain from attending Mass at this time.

Mass Protocols (listed below)

Sunday Masses will be streamed live on YouTube and Facebook.

A replay of Sacred Heart Parish Sunday Masses will be televised at the following dates and times:

Cable TV Channel 191
Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Friday at 9:00 a.m.
Saturday at 10:50 a.m.
Cable TV channel 187
Sunday at 2:00 p.m.
Mass is also available online on MAC TV Network at (click on Watch Online) or on the MyParish app.



Please contact the Sacred Heart Office at (989) 772-1385 for assistance, or email Connie McCann for a link to our new giving service.  Thank you.

To stay informed, please;

  • read the weekly bulletin on-line here
  • follow Sacred Heart Parish Facebook
  • check back at this site for updates
  • call the office at (989) 772-1385 with other questions or to contact a Priest.

Please share this information with any friends who may not have access to social media. Updates will be posted here on our website, and on our Facebook page.  Please note:

  • RCIA - Initation of new Catholics will be rescheduled
  • First Holy Communion/Confirmation - cancelled for May 6, will be rescheduled.

Live Mass Streaming Daily

In the absence of public Masses being celebrated across the Diocese of Saginaw, we invite you to join us for daily 8:00 a.m. Mass (Monday - Saturday).

The celebration of Sunday Mass will continue to be live streamed at 10:00 a.m., as it has for the past year. Videos of Masses will remain online after live streaming.

“This is one way we can continue to pray together and remain in union with Jesus at the cross,” Bishop Gruss said. “From the cross flows the grace, faith, hope and love necessary to help us during this time.” 

Please click here for link to online Mass.

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Please see links below for most recent messages from the Bishop regarding Mass attendance.


Returning to Mass