LEWES, DE  





Mission Statement We, the members of St. Jude The Apostle Parish, are committed to living and proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ and following the teaching of the Catholic Church. As the People of God, we recognize the universal call to holiness, rooted in Baptism and nourished by the sacraments, especially the Eucharist. We act in charity and justice as a visible sign of our mission to be a house of welcome and a place of service to all.

Welcome to St. Jude The Apostle in Lewes, Delaware!   If you are new to the area and would like to register, please complete this form.  You can return it to the parish office, drop it off in the collection basket or mail it to the office.  We have many activities and ministries that you might like to become involved in.  Please take at look at our website and let us know is you would like to become involved in any of our ministries.  Below is a current calendar of all of our events.  Call or email us if you have any questions
God Bless.

Fr. Jim


Bereavement support series - Seasons of Hope

If you are experiencing the grief that follow the death of a loved one,

you may be interested in this six week program.  Seasons of Hope

is a catholic hope and healing.  The program is centered on Jesus

Christ and grounded in the healing wisdom, traditions and practices

of the Catholic Church.  The series will be offered at St. Jude

The Apostle Parish .  It will begin on Friday, April 17th at 2 PM. 

 For more details, please contact, Kathy Ebner at 302-+644-7300.

Maggie's Story

“Maggie’s Story” features Maggie Karner, a 51-yr-old mother of three, who was diagnosed

 last year with terminal brain cancer. She reclaims the term ‘dignity’ and places it at the

 heart of a loving family. She shares about her dad’s courageous witness when he was

 rendered a quadriplegic for the last 5 months of his life, allowing Maggie and her siblings 

to keep him company and attend to his basic needs. Through the gift of that time spent

 together, he taught her to face her own final days with true grace and dignity. “My brain 

may be cancerous, and I don’t know how much longer I have,” she says, “But I still have 

a lot to contribute to society as a strong woman, wife, and mother. And my family can daily

 learn the value of caring for me in my last days with compassion and dignity.”

Here is the link to Maggie's Story       Click here please


For the Sake of God's Children