St. Andrew Church 122 Division St, Sag Harbor, NY11963 St. Andrew is a Roman Catholic Church in Sag Harbor. It is one of five churches that supports Stella Maris Regional…More Catholic School, which is just across the street from St. Andrew. The church offers religious education for kindergarten students through fifth-graders at 9 am on Sundays, and for sixth through eighth grades at 7 pm on Wednesdays. The pastor is the Reverend Peter Devaraj and the adjunct pastor is the Reverend Andrew Blake.
Stella Maris Regional School 135 Division St, Sag Harbor, NY11963 Stella Maris is a regional Catholic school supported by five local churches, including the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary…More in Bridgehampton and St. Andrew Church in Sag Harbor. It serves children from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. It belongs to the Catholic Middle School Athletic Association.
Our Lady of The Hamptons Catholic School 160 N Main St, Southampton, NY11968 Our Lady of the Hamptons is a regional Catholic school supported by St. Rosalie's in Hampton Bays and Our Lady of Poland…More and Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary in Southampton Village. The three parishes joined together to found Our Lady of the Hamptons in 1982. The school building was originally built in 1961. The current principal is Sister Kathryn Schlueter. Our Lady of the Hamptons also has a pre-kindergarten in Hampton Bays at St. Rosalie's.
Queen of The Most Holy Rosary is a Catholic church in Bridgehampton, and one of five parishes that supports Stella…More Maris Regional Catholic School in Sag Harbor. The parish office is located on the lower level of the parish hall, which is next door to the church. The rectory is next door to the parish hall.</p>
<p>Mass in English is held Saturdays at 5pm and Sundays at 8am and 10am. A Spanish-language mass is held at 11:30am. Daily mass is Monday through Thursday and the first Friday of the month, at 7:30am. The Sacrament of Reconciliation is offered Saturdays from 4-4:45 pm and by appointment. Those wishing to be married at the church should make arrangements six months in advance. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary participates in Maureen's Haven, providing meals and lodging to the homeless. The current pastor is the Reverend Peter Devaraj, who is also the pastor of St. Andrew Church in Sag Harbor.<b> <br /></b></p>
Cormaria Retreat House 67 Bay St, Sag Harbor, NY11963 Run by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary, Cormaria Retreat House is a Catholic retreat that offers spiritual…More programs for people of all denominations. Its stated mission is "to create an atmosphere where the Spirit flourishes for the life and dignity of all." It is in the Village of Sag Harbo, next to Havens Beach. The 1905 waterfront house on 18 acres has been a retreat center since 1949.
Alternatives for Children 168 Hill St, Southampton, NY11968 Alternatives for Children is a non-profit pre-kindergarten school for special needs children. South Fork School…More Districts pay for special needs students to attend Alternatives for Children, where their education needs, such as speech therapy, are addressed. The school rents classroom space from Sacred Hearts Roman Catholic Church, but it is not affiliated with a religion. Southampton is one of Alternatives for Children's four sites, the others being Setauket, Melville and Aquebogue.
Our Lady of Poland is a small country church built in 1918. It went through a major restoration 70 years later, that…More included removing and replacing the side walls. The steeple and facade were preserved, with the addition of two rooms at the entrance. The church offers mass in both Polish and English. </p>
<p>Our Lady of Poland is one of three churches that supports Our Lady of the Hamptons Regional Catholic School, which is behind the church. Mass is held Saturdays at 5pm all year. Sunday mass takes place at 8am in Polish and at 9:30am and 11:30am in English. During the summer, there is an additional English mass with no music at 6:30am on Sunday. Weekday mass starts at 7:30am.</p>
<p>In the winter, the congregation is small. But in the summer, the congregation booms to more than 550 people.</p>