St. Augustine is a small, yet strong parish in the farming communities of Germantown, Farmersville, New Lebanon and surrounding areas.

We are a family….one mass, one mission, one goal to serve God and help others. When you join the St. Augustine parish you are immediately adopted by this faith community; you are welcomed into this family.

As a parishioner you will always be supported in all your endeavors. Involvement in the parish only increases your blessings of friendship, support, and love!

RCIA – Anyone interested in learning more about the Catholic Faith is asked to please call the parish office (937-268-6697).

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Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr invites all the faithful to join him in a study of The Mass, produced by Word on Fire and led by Bishop Robert Barron. Archbishop Schnurr's special study of The Mass


Study of the Mass: Past Episodes




Family of Parishes Northeast #8 Latest Updates

Beacon of Light Family of Parishes Northeast #8 Updates



We are going to start collecting plastic for a second bench for the Marian Garden. Please bring the plastic to church and give it to Marie or Randy Klotz. Acceptable plastic is: grocery bags, case over wrap, dry cleaning bags, newspaper sleeves, ice bags, salt bags, product wrap, retail bags, air pillow cushions, bubble wrap, plastic shipping envelopes, and cereal box liners. Bread bags, ziploc bags, and produce bags are acceptable as long as they are clean and dry.

Sacristans Needed

Is anyone interested in becoming a Sacristan? Please contact Sylvia Hess or Fran Delegato. Thank you!



The Catholic Ministries Appeal is the annual campaign to support six local ministries that teach, feed, and heal. appeal.

Your CMA gift supports the education of our spiritual leaders, changing the lives of those called to serve … thank you!


Learn more at http://www.CatholicAOC.org/Synod. Want to participate? On the website you will find an opportunity to sign up for one of our local meetings near you. We hope to see you there! And, if you know someone who has left the faith, please invite them to participate too!



 Soup , Video and Stations at St. Augustine Join us at St. Augustine Catholic Church each Friday in Lent for soup and bread at 6 pm, during which a 30 minute video will be shown from “No Greater Love: A Biblical Walk-Through Christ’ ’s Passion”. Stations will follow at 7:00 pm

Taize Prayer Service
March 21, 2024, 7:00 PM
Saint Augustine Church


A Lenten Retreat for All Holy Spirit Family of Parishes

Saturday, March 9, at Queen of Martyrs Beginning with Mass at 8:30 am Then proceeding to McAuley Hall Retreat ending 2:30 pm Join us for our special Lenten Retreat Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist by Dr. Brant Pitre

How is the Eucharist the New Passover Meal? How is the Eucharist the New Manna from Heaven? What is the "Bread of the Presence" from the Old Testament?

Retreat includes coffee and donuts, and lunch! Registration is required by March 7. Look for retreat flyer in the coming weeks to get registered. Or register by calling the church office. QM Office 937-277-2092 Charlotte Minnelli 937-238-8146 Jacky Lovegren 937-276-3095 Retreat is free of charge, but donations are welcome.



 Congratulations to Sylvia M. Hess as you retire after 34 years of service as the secretary and pastor's assistant at St. Augustine Church in Germantown.



While traveling and you wish to find Catholic Services near your visiting area go to this website.



If you would like to be a part of the St. Augustine Prayer Chain, please contact Marie Klotz at marieklotz1@gmail.com


For Anointing, Marriages, Baptisms, or other sacramental preparation, please call the rectory at (937) 855-2289 or (937) 268-6697 to schedule.

If you are preparing for surgery or have a serious illness, call the rectory to schedule the Sacrament of the Sick.

For Confessions, please schedule with the priest.

Information for the weekly bulletin must be submitted by Monday at 4:00 pm.


Confirmation Mass at Saint Augustine
Sunday, May 5th.

Need servers, lectors and Eucharistic Ministers Please Contact Deacon Ken


Thanks to all who attended the Holy Spirit Family of Parishes Mass celebrating Queen of Martyrs 75th Anniversary!

Deacon Ken Stewart, Father Francis,
Archbishop Schnurr, and Father Benoit


Sonshine in a Bag

St. AUGUSTINE PARISH is participating and supporting "SONSHINE IN A BAG” food program. The Sonshine in a Bag program provides bags of food to refer students who they feel could benefit from receiving food from this program. Donations are Appreciated.



Sunday October 1st. St. Augustine presented the (The Top 3 Reasons That I Became Catholic... and Always Will Be. The Dr. John Bergsma, a former Protestant Pastor's story) was shown immediately after the 8:30 am Mass. Please fill free to view this presentation.

To View click below.


Please call (937) 855-2289 or email the information to csaintaugustine@woh.rr.com



United in Faith, Hope, and Service to the Community

St. Benedict the Moor Church
519 Liscum Dr., Dayton, OH 4il17
937-268-6697 Email admin@unitedinhope.orq
Website https://www.unitedinhope.org
Office hours: Tues.-Thurs. 9:30 arn-1 :00 pm


Queen of Martyrs Church
4134 Cedar Ridge Rd. (Church), Dayton, OH 45414
4144 Cedar Ridge Rd. (Office)
937 -277 -2492 queenofmartyrsdayton.gmail.com
Website qmparish@qmdayton.org
Office hours: Tues. & Thurs. 9:00 am-12:00 pm


Queen of Martyrs Church
4134 Cedar Ridge Rd. (Church), Dayton, OH 45414
4144 Cedar Ridge Rd. (Office)
937 -277 -2492 queenofmartyrsdayton.gmail.com
Website qmparish@qmdayton.org
Office hours: Tues. & Thurs. 9:00 am-12:00 pm


Our Lady of Grace Parish Center (Office)
220 W. Siebenthaler Ave. Dayton, OH 45405
937-274-2107 info@ourladyofgracedayton.orq
Website http://ourladyofgracedayton.org/
Office hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9:00 am-4:00 pm

Corpus Christi Church
527 Forest Ave.
Dayton, OH 45405


Our Lady of Mercy Church
533 Odlin Ave.
Dayton, OH 45405


St Augustine Church
6939Weaver Rd. (Church), Germantown, OH 45327

6891 Weaver Rd. (Rectory)
937-855-2289 Email csaintaugustine@woh.rr.com
Website http://catholicsmart.com




Bulletin 03-03-2024


Bulletin 02-25-2024
Bulletin 02-18-2024
Bulletin 02-11-2024
Bulletin 02-04-2024

Deacon Ken's Homily


Saint of the Weak



Lenten, Holy Week, Easter Schedule

Stations of the Cross: Feb. 16, 23, Mar. 1, 8, 15, 22

8:30am Our Lady of Mercy Church
9:30 am St. Benedict School
11:30 am Queen of Martyrs Church
3:00 pm St. Benedict Church
7:00 pm St. Augustine Church

Holy Thursday

7:00 pm St. Augustine Church March 28, 2024
6:00 pm Corpus Christi Church March 28, 2024

Good Friday

Stations March 29, 2024

noon (noon) St. Augustine Church
1:00 pm Our Lady of Mercy Church
11:00 am Queen of Martyrs Church
3:00 pm St. Benedict Church

Good Friday Passion of the Lord Service March 29, 2024

5:00 pm Corpus Christi Church
7:00 pm St. Augustine Church

                  Holy Saturday Easter Vigil March 30, 2024
(Combined Mass for All Holy Spirit Family)
8:30 pm St. Benedict Church

Easter Sunday March 31, 2024

8:30 am St. Augustine Church
9:00 am Our Lady of Mercy Church
10:30 am St. Benedict Church
11:00 am Queen of Martyrs Church


New Family of Parishes
NE-8 (2 priests)

• St. Augustine, Germantown
• Queen of Martyrs, Dayton
• Our Lady of Grace, Dayton
• St. Benedict the Moor, Dayton

For a complete list of Family of Parishes go to


The Bicentennial History of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati,
by Fr. David J. Endres

Books available at the website below


St. Augustine Parish

Sunday Mass 8:30 AM


Sunday Mass 8:30 AM