About The Church Of The Resurrection

Thank you for taking the time to find out more about The Church Of The Resurrection and our community. The Church Of The Resurrection was established in Farmingville, NY in 1985. We hope that after you look through our website and attend a Mass, you will consider becoming a more active part of our growing community of faith.

The Church Of The Resurrection offers many ministries for people of all ages and walks of life who are looking to strengthen their relationship with Christ. We offer ministries in Religious Education, Outreach Pastoral Ministry and Youth Ministry.

Mission Statement

In living out the mystery of the Resurrection through our Baptism in the name of the Most Holy Trinity, our parish community powerfully proclaims the Kingdom of God among us. We Joyfully celebrate the Sacraments with our faith in Jesus the Christ. We truthfully teach our hope in the Holy Spirit. We Charitably serve the needs of all people and families with our love from the Heavenly Father, Mary, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, pray for us.

I believe in one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church"
(Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed, A.D. 325, 381).

The Catholic Church is a unified, visible society, instituted by Jesus Christ in order to carry on His saving mission after His Ascension into heaven. Thus, the Church is endowed by Our Lord with everything necessary to accomplish this mission. First, Jesus gave the Church the authority to teach in His name. Second, He gave the Church, the Mass and the Sacraments, the means to sanctify people and draw them closer to God.


Special responsibilities were given by Jesus to the Apostles, whom He chose especially to lead His Church. The apostles were united under Simon Peter, whom Jesus chose to be the visible head of the Church on earth. The Apostles and their successors, the bishops, united under Peter and his successors, the Popes, have exercised this authority continuously since the time of Christ.


The Church is called Catholic because it is spread throughout the world, from end to end of the earth; also because it teaches universally and completely all the doctrines which man should know concerning things visible and invisible, heavenly and earthly; and because it subjects to right worship for all mankind, rulers and ruled, lettered and unlettered; further because it treats and heals universally every sort of sin committed by soul and body, and it possesses in itself every conceivable virtue, whether in deeds, words or in spiritual gifts of every kind. (St. Cyril of Jerusalem, Cat. XVIII, 23).