Wednesday: 6pm (5-5:45pm Confessions, 5:30pm Rosary, Mass, Adoration)
Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday Confessions: 3-3:30PM
Saturday: 4pm-live streamed on YouTube.
Sunday: 8am & 10am
Monday: April 3; 7pm
Holy Thursday: April 6; 7pm @ St. Theresa Eagle
Good Friday: April 7; 3pm
Saturday: April 8; 8:30pm
Sunday: April 9; 8am & 10am
Important Announcement about Re-opening St. James Parish School
January 4, 2023
Memorial of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
- Father Jordan Berghouse, Administrator
- Deacon Robert Mitchell, Pastoral Coordinator
- Deacon John Van Zeeland, Maintenance
- Kateri Yank, Director of Music
- Renee Hitt, Adult Formation-Parish Life Coordinator
- Nancy Boerger, Youth Formation Coordinator
- Mary Kravchuk, Child Formation Coordinator (K-6)
- Kevin Huckstep, Maintenance Associate
- Kay Willkomm, Ministries Associate
- Rene Ranic, Administrative Associate
Join us on Saturdays at 4:00pm and Sundays, at 8:00 & 10:00am for Mass. The Saturday, 4:00pm Mass is live streamed. Come inside and celebrate the Lord or we will joyfully await your return when you do feel comfortable. Just click on your Church, St James Mukwonago for a live stream Mass. We offer a large section for physical distancing and mask wearing so that you can experience the real presence of Jesus inside the church.
Safe Environment Certification
ALL PARTICIPANTS NEED TO REGISTER IN ADVANCE. This class is for those needing Initial Safe Environment Certification. The instructions for initial SE certification can be found here and may be shared with any who desire to become certified. Each individual will need to create an account on CMG Connect, as directed in the instructions. To register for the class at St. James, please select “Live Events” from the menu (on the left of the screen) and then choose “Open Events.” Scroll to the St. James listing on 05/30/2023. This class is open to everyone in the archdiocese, so please register as soon as possible.
On behalf of St. James Catholic Parish in Mukwonago Wisconsin, we welcome you. We hope you find our website informative and helpful. Our hope is that you find a home here at St. James and that we can assist you in strengthening your relationship with Christ.
We invite you to consider becoming involved in the mission of St. James. With almost 1,100 families, we rely on parishioners to share their time and talent to further the work of the Lord and spread the good news of his kingdom.
The prayer for all who visit here is that through the intercession of St. James, the patron of our parish, God will continue to bless and strengthen you with his abiding love and peace.