The Resurrection Catholic Chapel of Lawrence County aims to bring Christ's presence through the Holy Eucharist to all Catholics in Lawrence County and the surrounding area.

The chapel and its congregation will work to share Christ's presence and promote the body of Christ through the Catholic faith in Lawrence County.
The church offers weekly Mass, baptisms, first communions, educational classes as well as a host of other services.

Members of the congregation can serve as readers, altar servers, offeratory servers and ushers, musicians or eucharistic ministers.
Bishop meeting The Most Reverend Robert J Baker, S.T.D., Bishop Of the Diocese of Birmingham Celebrated Mass at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday March 27, 2012 at Resurrection Catholic Chapel located near Moulton in Lawrence County.
The Parishioners of Resurrection Chapel welcomed our Bishop along with Deacon Terry Rumore for lunch and to Bless the Newly Acquired Parish Hall located adjacent to the parish.
The St Joseph Family Life Center is to be used by the Parish for Classrooms, Parish Hall Kitchen and Dining, office of the Resurrection Chapel Conference of the St Vincent dePaul Society and Church Office.
Brief history
Resurrection Catholic Chapel is a growing dynamic Rural Catholic presence in the heart of North Alabama and has 28 families with average weekly attendance for the parish approximately 70-85.
The Parish Administrator and coordinator is Deacon Rick Chenault Sr. Deacon Rick, with the strong support of his wife Peggy, is in the current Diaconate Formation Class for the Diocese of Birmingham.
The Chapel was established in 1992 by the Glenmary Home Missioners and was led by Deacon and Mrs. Robert Laremore until Deacon Laremore's retirement in 2009.
In July of that year Resurrection Catholic Chapel officially became part of the Diocese of Birmingham.
Mass is at 5 p.m. each Sunday with Catechism Class at 3:00 PM and Adoration and Rosary at 4 p.m. preceding Mass. The parishioners are very grateful to the many visiting priests who offer Mass for them each Sunday.
The first Catholic Church in what was yet to become the future Diocese of Birmingham was erected in Moulton in 1835 by Rev Peter Mauvernay.
It served the faith community of Irish settlers in and around Moulton until Fr. Mauvernay was recalled to Mobile to become president of Spring Hill College. He died three years later. More than 150 years passed before a new Catholic Parish was established in the Moulton area of Lawrence County.
Current demographics of this rural North Alabama county show that approximately 50% of the county is un-churched with the other portion heavily Protestant/Evangelical.
The parishioners of Resurrection Chapel are determined, through the Grace of God to set about Evangelizing this rural county and bring fallen away Catholics back to the Sacraments and the Church along with new Converts seeking a deeper more complete faith experience.
In addition, several of the Parishioners are spearheading and working with other interested Catholics across North Alabama to establish a Catholic Radio Station in North Alabama with the help and assistance of John Martignoni which will serve a major portion of the North Alabama Area.

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