St Paul Catholic Church

20811 Washington Ave Onaway, MI 49765

Parish Office (989) 733-6053   Fax #  (989) 733-2848    

Parish Staff

Rev Fr. Peter Eke, JCD Pastor

Susan Fitzpatrick Secretary


Marisue Moreau



Shirley Cancade



Pam Willey

Faith Formation DRE

Welcome to St Paul's

Saturday           5:00 pm  

Sunday            10:00 am   

Tuesday            9:00 am 

Wednesday       6:00 pm 

Thursday           9:00 am 

Friday                9:00 am 



St. Monica - Afton - is now closed for the winter


There is a One Hour Adoration/ Benediction on the first Friday of each month and the last weekend of each month prior to Mass.

 Confessions can be heard on Sunday's at 9:15am.

Personal appointments can be made with the priest at anytime for confession 989-733-4043

 Other News:

Catholic Extention Blog has a story about us here at St. Paul. Please check it out at

  • Parish Shirts are available. Stop by the office and order yours today


                                   Lenten Liturgical Progam

Stations of the Cross every Friday throughout Lent @ 4:30pm

Sunday, March 26th - Parish Penance Service @ 5pm

Holy Week

Thursday, April 13th - The Lords Last Supper Mass @ 7pm

Thursday, April 13th - Adoration @ 8pm (in the parish hall)

Friday, April 14th - Living Stations @ 1pm (begins at Mazana's)

Friday, April 14th - Good Friday Service @ 2pm

Saturday, April 15th - Easter Vigil Mass @ 9pm

Sunday, April 16th - Easter Sunday Mass @ 10am


Knights of Columbus 


Fish Fry's have begun and will continue each Friday throughout Lent.

4-7pm except Good Friday which will be from 5-8pm

Steamed or Fried Cod, Hush Puppies, Veggie, Mac & Cheese

Cole Slaw, Homemade Rolls, Coffee, Tea or Lemonade along with

Homeamade Desserts.

Adults $10 / Seniors $9 / Kids (6-12) $6.50 / Take Outs $10 



Ladies Bible Study meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 4pm 

Men's Bible Study meet on the 4th Wednesday of each month at 7pm
















Mission Statement:

We, the parishioners of St Paul, Onaway, open to the guidance of the Holy Spirit, are dedicated to preserve, live and proclaim the Good News brought by
Jesus. As a sacramental people, we are committed to welcome all into Christ's presence among us.