St. Margaret of Scotland
81College Road
Selden, NY 11784

(631) 732-3131
(631) 732-8827 (Fax)
Faith Formation:
(631) 698-0798

Fr. Jim Wood, Pastor
Fr. Paul Butler

Parish Staff

Mass Schedule

St. Margaret
Queen of Scotland

History of the Parish

Welcome to our Parish Website!


For Hours of Our Parish Office, Faith Formation and Outreach, click here

Annual Financial Report 2015:
Summary of Revenues and Expenses in bulletin. Please call Office with questions or for clarifications.

Collecting and Burning of Blessed Palm:
Drop off your palm next weekend. See bulletin for details and time of Burning

Faith Formation:
Level Three Banners Please drop off your banner with your pantry items at the Parish Center.

Children's Liturgy of the Word for Lent:
Our young parishioners enjoyed their time in Advent. But we need your help for our Lenten program. Can you help? See bulletin for details.

eMMe Youth Ministry:
Shoot for the stars!!

Holy Angels Regional Catholic School:
Open House on Saturday, Jan. 30 (11:30am - 2pm) Closing Mass for Catholic School Week: Sunday, Feb. 7 at 10am Mass at St. Margaret

Women of Faith Ministry:
Ash Wednesday Eve Dinner at the Ronkonkoma Cenacle. See Bulletin for details.

Parish Winter Blood Drive:
Tuesday, Feb. 16, in Auditorium. See bulletin for details.

2016 Super Raffle:
Plans are underway. Date - April 30 (Saturday) Come join the Posse for a Wild West Evening! See bulletin for details.

"In the Neighborhood": See bulletin for details
Setauket: Presentations concerning Health moral and ethical issues
Ronkonkoma: "Film & Forgiveness" -- Sat., Feb 6th, at the Cenacle
Coram: AARP "Grocery Guide" - Shop on a Budget - Free to all
Pt. Jefferson: Bereavement workshop, Feb. 11

For the Ride Home: Rear View Mirrow
Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time February 07, 2016

In today’s Gospel we hear the story of Jesus calling his first disciples to follow him. Luke is the only one who tells us this dramatic story of the great and miraculous catch of fish and how the fishermen were at first very frightened. But they then recognized that Jesus was asking them to do something special: to stop doing their regular work of fishing and leave everything and follow him. What a hard thing that must have been. But they did it.

1. How many of the details of this story can you remember? (You can find it in the Bible: Luke 5: 1—11.) Put yourself in Peter’s place: a longtime fisherman who has caught nothing all night, who is told by a carpenter to do something crazy: throw out your nets when the best fishing

2. Jesus tells Simon that now instead of catching fish, he will be “catching men”. What do you think Jesus means? How can you do what Jesus is asking?

2015 Appeal Photo

Outreach News:
Wash Up Kits for the Homeless: See bulletin for items. Please donate what you can.

Thrift Shop:
We are located between the Church and Parish Center. Our Fall/Winter hours are: Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:00am - 2:00pm and Saturdays 10:00am - 1:00pm. Please call the Parish Social Ministry Office(631-732-3131 x119) to arrange drop-offs of large items.

WE ARE IN NEED OF: Winter coats(women and children), Girls Clothing, Men's Clothing (All Sizes) and Shoes of all sizes. Leave your donations in the bin to the right of the Shop or drop them off at the Parish Center during office hours.

Volunteers needed for Saturday Mornings. Can you help?