Whether parishioner or visitor at Saint Henry Catholic Church, may you find the peace of Christ and abundant blessings from our parish community. Please explore our website to see how Saint Henry can become part of your faith journey. We look forward to meeting you!
Fr. Francis A. Akwue
St. Henry Church broke ground for addition that includes new covered front entrance.
Pictured from left: St. Henry's pastor, Father Francis Akwue; pastor emeritus, Msgr. James Reynolds; Pompano Beach Mayor Lamar Fisher; David Prada, senior director of Building and Construction for the archdiocese; Brian Herbert, of Gallo Herbert Architects; and Msgr. John Glorie, a retired archdiocesan priest.
St. Henry Church celebrated three significant milestones in the history of the parish:
JOB OPENING: Office Manager/Bookkeeper:
St. Henry in Pompano Beach has an immediate opening for an Office Manager/ Bookkeeper. Bookkeeper is responsible for supporting St. Henry Church activities for the Archdiocese of Miami and its entities by providing day-to-day fiscal/financial and operation services to the Pastor and parish. Primary duties are performing duties related to bookkeeping and payroll services, entering weekly contributions, preparing reports, maintaining fiscal and other records. Also performs other parish office-related functions. St. Henry Church Bookkeeper/Office Manager performs all duties and responsibilities in alignment with the mission, vision and values of the Catholic Archdiocese of Miami.
More information on the apostolic journey to the United States is available at www.uspapalvisit.org
Drawn together by our common bonds of Faith, Hope and Love, we strive to serve God and one another as members of a parish family under the patronage of Saint Henry.
With ardent faith we celebrate the Eucharist, sharing the mystery of Christ's presence in our Holy Communion.
Compelled by the love of Christ, we reach out beyond the walls of our church and minister, not only to members who are unable physically to attend and participate actively in the Liturgy, but also to people near and far, who need our services.