Mass & Sacraments

Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigil: 4:30 pm

Sundays: 8 am (live-streamed) | 10 am | 12 noon

Monday - Friday - 9 am (live-streamed)

Eucharistic Adoration:
First Friday - 9:30 am - 12 pm
(concludes with Benediction)


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Confession Schedule


Saturday: 3-4 pm

For those needing to make appointments, please contact the Parish Office, (925) 830-0600.



To make Funeral arrangements with St. Joan of Arc Parish, please contact the Parish Office at (925) 830-0600, M-Th, 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m., or email parishoffice@sjasr.org


You may also contact the following mortuaries:

Queen of Heaven Cemetery and Funeral Services, Lafayette

(925) 923-0900


Graham-Hitch Mortuary
Dennis Steiner

(925) 837-2500


Music Ministry

Are you interested in worshiping through music? Consider joining one of our parish music ministries.


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Sacramental Information

The church sees Baptism as an initiation, a welcoming of a person into the Christian family, a rite that joins the baptized to a community of believers linked together by ties of faith, grace, and love.

Preparation for a child, age 6 or under, please email baptism@sjasr.org to learn more.

Preparation for a child, grade 3 to high school senior, please contact our Children’s Sacrament Coordinator, Mary Machi at mmachi@sjasr.org or 925-830-4710 to learn more.

Preparation for adults, ages 18 and up, is through a process called RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults). To register for RCIA, please click the button below and/or contact our RCIA coordinator, Maureen Tiffany at mtiffany@sjasr.org or 925-830-0600 to learn more.

Baptism Information Form

Register for RCIA

Eucharist celebrates our life together as a community with the presence of Christ in our midst.

First Communion for children is typically received in the second grade, with preparation beginning in our first grade Faith Formation program.

Children older than second grade, should contact our Children’s Sacrament Coordinator, Mary Machi at mmachi@sjasr.org or 925-830-4710 to learn more.

Parishioners nine years of age to adult are encouraged to contact the Children’s Faith Formation Office for further information.

We are called to conversion, we ask for forgiveness, and we forgive others in the act of confession.

The sacrament of reconciliation is offered every Saturday from 3 – 4 PM in the church or by appointment. Please call the Parish Office if you wish to set up an appointment.

Confirmation seals our Baptism and confirms our commitment to a Christian life.

Preparation for teens: Begins in grade nine. Teens should contact the Youth Ministry office at 925-830-4720 or visit our Confirmation page for more details.

Preparation for adults: Parishioners over 18 years of age should contact our Adult Confirmation Coordinator, Maureen Tiffany at mtiffany@sjasr.org or 925-830-0600. To complete the application/registration for adult Confirmation, please click here.

Matrimony joins two people in marriage for a lifetime of dedication to each other and the well-being of their children and community.

A wedding can be scheduled at St. Joan of Arc Church for a parishioner or immediate family member. We request that the couple complete the Marriage Questionnaire and return it to the Parish Office before a meeting is scheduled with a priest. This must be done at least six months before the proposed wedding date.  Our Marriage fee is $1050.
   Please view the attached brochure for additional information about celebrating the Sacrament of Marriage at St. Joan of Arc. 

Pre-Marriage Questionnaire


Offered through the ministry of the priest, the Rite of the Anointing of the Sick is open to people of all ages, and is a time when we ask for God’s healing during sickness and suffering.

For anyone experiencing chronic illness or preparing for medical treatment, surgery, long-term care, etc., please call the Parish Office at 925 830-0600 to arrange an appointment with a priest.

One of the Sacraments of Vocation, Ordination - always a call and a gift from God - is the sacramental celebration through which a man becomes a deacon, priest or bishop and is enabled to minister in Christ’s name and that of the Church.

If you or someone you know might be feeling called to ordained ministry, you can find more information at http://www.oakdiocese.org/vocations

Request a Mass Intention

Requesting a Mass to be offered for loved ones, living or deceased, is a beautiful and meaningful part of our Catholic tradition.

If the priestor or lector inadvertently fails to mention the name of the Mass intention, be assured that the celebrant will remember your loved ones during the Liturgy fo the Eucharist.

If you are unable to book online, in-person Mass intentions will be accepted in the Parish Office, Monday – Thursday from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm.

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