Directions

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Traveling West on: I-40/I-75 take Gallagher View Rd exit, go right onto Gallagher View Rd. Proceed to Middlebrook Pike, go left to Chert Pit Rd. Take a right onto Chert Pit Road, the Chapel is located in our priest’s residence at 1503 Chert Pit Road on the left (just past Brent Rd on the right).

Traveling East on: I-40/I-75 take the Cedar Bluff Exit, left at the light. Proceed on Cedar Bluff Road to Middlebrook Pike, take a right onto Middlebrook Pike to Chert Pit Road. Turn left onto Chert Pit Road, the Chapel is located in our priest’s residence at 1503 Chert Pit Road on the left (just past Brent Rd on the right).

Parking:

You have several options:

1 – Parking Spaces – 3 on the left close to the street.

2 – Driveway – behind other vehicles

3 – Front Lawn – Be Cautious, there is a very large hole close to the driveway on the left near the rock garden, which may very well require winching if you drive into it; otherwise, the front lawn is available

N.B. The chapel is located in the garage. Enter via the ground level entrance door on the left, once inside go right, then right again past the Sacristry into the chapel area.

Please enter quietly and reverently
since you are entering within earshot and the Chapel. 
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    • Regrettably, due to recovery from a major health crisis, one of our priests is not able to celebrate daily Mass. Another of our priests often is able to celebrate daily Mass; however, due to his professional work schedule, it is not always at the same time. You may contact us at: frdavidfair@gmail.com with your contact information and we will try to help you get a more reliable schedule for daily Mass. We will keep you in our daily prayers, Thu and God bless you.

  1. What time is Mass on December 24 and December 25, 2017? I will be coming in from out of town, and will be staying at a nearby hotel. Please let me know as soon as possible so I can make other plans if needed.
    Thank you in advance for your response.

    Christmas Blessings!

    • Greetings, Anne!

      Thank you for leaving your question. The Mass of the Fourth Sunday of Advent (Vigil Mass of Christmas) will be celebrated at 10:00 AM on Sunday morning. The First (and only, due to health issues) Mass of Christmas Day will begin after carols which begin at 10:30 PM December 24th.
      We are a rather small Old Roman Catholic community. While Mass is always according to the Rite of Pope St. Pius V, commonly referred to as the Tridentine Rite, we are permitted to celebrate in English or Latin. I have provided my cell phone contact privately in an email reply. God bless you! Fr. David Fair

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