Confession and Reconciliation
The ministry of reconciliation, which has been committed by Christ to his Church, is exercised through the care each Christian has for others, through the common prayer of Christians assembled for public worship, and through the priesthood of the Church and its ministers declaring absolution. The Reconciliation of a Penitent is available for all who desire it. It is not restricted to times of sickness.
Confessions may be heard anytime and anywhere.
– The Book of Common Prayer, 446
The sacrament of Confession and Reconciliation is available as announced and is also available by private appointment. Appointments may be scheduled through the Parish Office by calling (856) 845-0190.