The St. Louis Church
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Join us at St. Louis Church this Easter season, and discover what Gospel joy is all about! Let our spiritual home become your spiritual home. The door is always open!

For more information, please call (585) 586-5675 or we invite you to attend one of our services at 64 South Main Street, Pittsford, NY 14534.


For more information and to donate to the CMA, visit the Diocese of Rochester website.


VBS registration is open! Calling all kids!

Come and join us Monday, June 26th through Thursday, June 29th 2017 for faith and fun! Along with learning great things about our faith, fun crafts, themed snacks, and service projects, we will also be visited by the Zoomobile and Lollypop Farm with their therapy dogs.

We are in need of some bigger kids (adults) to volunteer with us, so click here to join in on...


Our singing community would love to include you in a project. After over 15 years of use, wear and tear, and due to the changes in the Order of Mass, we must replace our current hymnals. We are in need of 750 hymnals...


Upcoming Events

04.29.2017 to 04.30.2017 First Eucharist Masses
05.06.2017 to 05.07.2017 Youth Ministry Bake Sale

Saint's Place

Saint's Place
Saint’s Place is in need of furniture, household goods, clothing and financial support, as well as additional donated storage space. With your help and prayers, we can continue to create comfortable homes for refugees seeking asylum in the United States. We are also continually in need of more volunteers to assist in this important ministry.

From the Pastor

Happy Easter!

Don’t let Easter be just one day on the calendar. Let it launch you into a season rich with spiritual growth! Scripture is clear: the 50 days of Easter are a joyful time to relate to the Risen Lord in new ways. Too long Lent has been seen as the special time to focus on our spiritual life. Lent is for planting the seed in the cold dark earth. Live the Eastertime. Watch your spiritual life burst forth, bud and blossom. Do with us at St. Louis!

From the Pastor Archive