Our Lady of Refuge Church
Our Lady of Refuge Church is a Roman Catholic Parish that has been serving the people of the Midwood Section of Brooklyn since 1911. Originally founded by Irish and German Catholics it now serves some 30 nationalities and three language groups — English, Spanish and Creole.
Mass is said several times per day at Our Lady of Refuge. For Mass times on Holy Days of Obligation or on National Holidays please visit the news section of this website. Our Lady of Refuge serves the social needs of all, regardless of a person's religious affiliation. The parish offers many services to the community including a food pantry that provides for 300 households each week.
We hope you will feel welcome and at home at Our Lady of Refuge and get involved in the many activities of the parish.
Latest Parish News
- A Christmas Message from Fr. Michael Perry (2015)
Christmas 2015 Ten little fingers and ten little toes two arms to embrace the whole world two little feet to walk the earth created in His name and one heart to love everyone with no exception
- Immaculate Conception – TriLingual Mass tonight at 7:30pm
The Immaculate Conception, according to the teaching of the Catholic Church, was the conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the womb of her mother, Saint Anne, free from original sin by virtue of the foreseen merits of her son Jesus Christ. The Catholic Church teaches that Mary was conceived by normal biological means, but God acted upon her soul (keeping her “immaculate”) at the time of […]