Welcome to the online home of
Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Elysburg, PA

Join us for Mass

Saturday Vigil: 4 PM
Sunday: 8 AM & 10:30 AM

Monday -- Thursday: 8 AM

Holy Days: 12 Noon & 6 PM

(Please check the Weekly Bulletin for updates.)

Upcoming Events

Saturday & Sunday, July 27/28: Basket Raffle ticket sales begin

Tuesday, August 13: K of C Monthly Meeting

Saturday, August 24: Lobster Fest

Contact us

599 W. Center St. Elysburg, PA  17824


FAX: 570.672.3310

Parish Office Hours: 

7:30 AM -- 3:00 PM

(Closed Fridays, Holy Days, & National Holidays)

Remember that if you have a child who is entering 1 st grade and attends public school you will need to register him or her in the CCD program in August. Preparation for sacraments is a two-year course! This includes both First Communion and Confirmation.

If you are new to the parish and have a child that attends grade 1 through 8 please contact Sr. Joseph Therese as soon as possible to register so that the proper amount of supplies can be ordered for the start of classes in September. 


We the family of Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Church, blessed by the patronage of Mary, the Mother of God, are joined together in our faith.  We celebrate the very presence of God through Word and Sacrament and in a special way through the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.

We are joined together as a community to give service to the Lord and His people by:

… Identifying the spiritual and corporal needs of the parish and ministering to them

… Providing religious education to our youth.

… Offering  educational opportunities to all our parishioners so they have an opportunity to grow in their faith

… Reaching out to inactive Catholics, other Christians, other faiths and people of no faith.

… Welcoming all Catholics to become an integral part of our family of faith 

… Supporting our parish spiritually, physically, and financially so that all needs may be fulfilled.

As parishioners of the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Church we will share and spread our Catholic faith with those we encounter, and demonstrate through service to church and community that we are a people of faith.