Welcome to St. Thomas A’ Becket Catholic
We are a community of faith in Jefferson Hills, PA which is a parish of the diocese of Pittsburgh. The Saint Thomas A' Becket Family is available to you in the many needs of your everyday life. Each new person who comes to us seeking a faith community is a blessing from our God. It is our fervent desire to embrace all newcomers and to nurture them into the life of this parish. This can only happen when we know each other. In knowing each other, we can more readily embrace the Good News of Jesus Christ.
We have an abundance of ministries that should afford the opportunity for anyone to become involved and connected with other parishioners. Our strength as a parish community only comes through connecting with each other at Sunday and daily Mass and through the many ministries and parish activities.
This website will help educate you in most of what goes on at the parish. It will also help you to get to know your way around the parish and know who to call for whatever need you might have. Enjoy browsing this site. Give us some feedback and let us know how we can help and support you.
Good and gracious God, You have
blessed us with men and women who founded this parish community with
Christ as “the head and the cornerstone.”
We pray for hearts that are fresh with enthusiasm and energy so that we might be faithful to their legacy as we pave the way for the future. Guide and help us during this time of material sacrifice and call to generous giving. Inspire us to make choices that will benefit the St. Thomas A’ Becket Parish Community, so that rooted in our past and dedicated to our present, we might be visionaries of the future.
We consecrate this campaign to Mary, the Mother of God. May she intercede for our needs before her Son. St. Thomas A’ Becket, pray for us. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen...more
Ministries and Groups
As our parish family grows, so do our needs. Saint Thomas A' Becket
is looking for a few good people to give some of their time and
talents to the service of our faith community.
People who work in parish ministries develop a true feeling of belonging to the community and find that their lives become more enriched and fulfilled. Look through the following opportunities you have to use and improve your talents in service to the parish and the community...more
Thomas A'Becket Parish is a Christian community centered in the suburban
setting of Pittsburgh, PA. We are a people of God, giving witness to the
life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ in the tradition of the
Roman Catholic Church.
We are a Catholic community called to form a faith community flowing from prayer, worship and service in an effort to achieve social justice, as expressed in the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy.
We invite all people, individuals and families to become a visible sign and living expression of God's love for His people. We believe that the Spirit is alive among us...more
Sacrament of Penance: Saturday at 4:00PM.
Sacrament of the Sick: Available to the chronically or seriously ill. Call the Parish office.
Sacrament of Baptism: Baptism is celebrated on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month. Parents are required to participate in one Baptism Preparation Session offerred during the months of January, April, August and October. Please call the Parish for the date and time of the session.
Sacrament of Marriage: The Sacrament of Marriage is celebrated on Saturdays at 2:30PM. Couples must meet with a priest at least six months prior to their wedding date. No date can be confirmed until this meeting. Couples are required to attend an approved pre-Cana preparation program.
(RCIA) Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults: The Easter Season welcomes new Catholics or those adult Catholics who wish to complete their Sacrament of Initiation (Holy Communion, Confirmation) into full communion with the church. This is a process of prayer, study and decision. Any adult wishing to inquire further should contact the Parish office.
Sacrament of Holy Orders: Please call the Pastor if you feel you might be called to the Priesthood or diaconate. Click here to watch two videos that will help you to understand the priesthood.