Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Mon.—Fri. 7:45am—8:15am
Sat. 3:30pm—4:15pm
Holy Masses:
Mon.—Fri. 8:30am
Sat. 4:30pm
Sun. 8:30am & 10:30am
New Office Hours - 09:00AM to 03:00 PM Monday-Friday


11th K of C installation of Officers

12th K of C Council Meeting

13th David Calkins funeral

14th Wayne Spurlock funeral
14th Bingo Red Team
16th Church Flea Market
16-17 K of C Fall Membership Drive
17th K of C Corporate Communion at 10:30 Mass
17th K of C Raffle Concludes
19th K of C Faternal Benefits Nite/ open meeting

23rd Trunk or Treat - setup at 06:00----starts at 06:30
24th K of C Officer/Planning Meeting

25th Liturgy Committee-06:00pm

30th Parish Dinner-Meatloaf

SAT      Oct 9th    04:30PM   Sp Int. for Rosemarie Caracciolo
SUN     Oct 10th  08:30AM   + Colonel Marvin Lee Jones
                         10:30AM   Sp Int. for Blessed Mother, Queen of Peace
MON     Oct 11th  08:30AM  Sp Int for Rosemarie Caracciolo
TUES    Oct 12th  08:30AM  + Fr Peter Hoang Xuan Nghiem
WED     Oct 13th  08:30AM  People of the Parrish
THURS  Oct 14th  08:30AM  + Ward Garee
FRI       Oct 15th  08:30AM  Louise Walsh 
SAT      Oct 16th  04:30PM  + Jack & Lorraine Simpson
SUN     Oct 17th  08:30AM  + Daniel Walsh
                          10:30AM  Sp Int for Rosemarie Caracciolo

Come join us for
Saturday, October 23rd

Come participate in a Halloween event hosted at Blessed Sacrament Church by the Youth Group. Trunk-Or-Treating starts at 6:30 and goes until 7:30. There will also be a Costume Contest.

For those who are wanting to set up a Trunk, Trunk-Or-Treat setup will start at 6 PM. The Blessed Sacrament Youth Group will be able to help in setting up and taking down the trunks. We ask that you bring and hand out your own candy.

Early bird Bingo starts at 5:15 Regular Bingo starts at  6:30 

 Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church is located at 5135 North Cocoa Blvd. in Cocoa, Florida. Our parish was founded in 1967 and has served the people of North Brevard for over 50 years. Ground breaking ceremonies for the church were held in 1969 and the first mass was celebrated on Easter Sunday, April 6, 1969. Over the years the people of Blessed Sacrament have worked hard to create a loving, welcoming environment where all are welcome. Come celebrate with us.

Dear Parishioners,

Grace and Peace of our Risen Christ be with us. ​​​​​​​

We have to follow social distancing. Families could sit together. You may use masks.

Communion only on hands... we have to follow the rules.​​​​​​​

See you soon and God bless you,

Fr. Mark Sarniewicz, SDS​​​​​​​

IMPORTANT UPDATE: The Thrift Store is OPEN​​​​​​​

Let us continue to pray for our country and the world and to put our trust in God.