Sacraments and Records - St. Michael Catholic Church

SacramentS & Records

SACRAMENTAL RECORDS

To obtain a copy of your certificate of Baptism, Marriage, First Holy Communion and/or Confirmation, you may submit a written request mailed to: 

St. Michael Catholic Church
3863 Summer Ave.
Memphis, TN 38122

A donation of $10.00 is requested, payable by check or money order to St. Michael’s Catholic Church. Please include a mailing address in your correspondence to receive the certificate by mail.

 

Please use the links below to request the following forms:

 

Baptismal Record Request
 
Marriage Record Request
 
Confirmation Record Request

BAPTISM

Holy Baptism is the basis of the whole Christian life, the gateway to life in the Spirit and the door which gives access to the other sacraments. Through Baptism we are freed from sin and reborn as children of God; we become members of Christ, are incorporated into the Church and made sharers in its mission. 

 

Have any questions about the Baptism process? Click here for Baptism guidelines

 

If you are a parishioner living in the Diocese of Memphis and are interested in having your child baptized at St. Michael’s Catholic Church, please contact the priest on duty at: 

 

St. Michael Catholic Church
3863 Summer Ave

Memphis, TN 38122

Weddings

Holy Matrimony is a sacrament that expresses the unbreakable bond between Christ and his people. 

If you are a parishioner living in the Diocese of Memphis and are interested in getting married at St. Michael’s, initial interview should be one year prior to your desired wedding date.

 

Click here for ST. MICHAEL WEDDING GUIDELINES

 

To begin the process for an English Wedding Mass, please contact Gwen Coffey @ Gwen.coffey@stmichaelmemphis.com

 

 
To begin the process for a Spanish Wedding Mass, please contact Silvia Vega @ Silvia.Vega@stmichaelmemphis.com

Reconciliation

When he celebrates the sacrament of Reconciliation, or Penance, the priest is fulfilling the ministry of the Good Shepherd who seeks the lost sheep and of the Father who welcomes home the prodigal son on his return.  The priest is the sign and the instrument of God’s merciful love for the sinner. 

At St. Michael’s, we celebrate the sacrament of Reconciliation throughout the week, Monday through Saturday. 

Weekdays: After morning Mass  
Saturdays: Beginning at 3pm

Reconciliation is available in languages other than English.  For more information, please contact Gwen Coffey @ Gwen.coffey@stmichaelmemphis.com.

Funerals

To arrange a Funeral Mass in English, please contact Gwen Coffey @ Gwen.coffey@stmichaelmemphis.com

To arrange a Funeral Mass in Spanish, please contact Silvia Vega @ Silvia.Vega@stmichaelmemphis.com

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