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Statue of St. Patrick in the Church

St. Patrick's R.C. Church

St. Patrick's School

The St. Patrick's School serves children up to grade 8. It is an integral part of our community.  The School maintains it's own web site .

St. Patrick's School


St Patrick’s of Smithtown

St. Patrick’s School

  • St. Patrick's School
    • Dedicated in 1966 by Bishop Walter Kellenberg, St. Patrick School opened the following September.  Today the school consists of approximately 600 students in Nursery through eight grade and is staffed by lay teachers and Sisters from the congregation of St. Joseph.  All teachers are certified by New York State.  The curriculum follows diocesan and New York State mandates.  Students also participate fully in diocesan and state testing programs.  The development and enrichment of the spiritual life of students continues to be first priority of the administration and faculty.
      This link to St. Patrick's School will take you directly to thier website.
  • School Board
    • St. Patrick School Board serves as an advisory body which, through its monthly meetings and ongoing committee work, assists the principal and pastor in matters related to the operations, policies and goals of St. Patrick School.  Membgers are invited to bring their individual talents, life experiences and faith perspectives to the shared mission of promoting quality Catholic education.  Any member of the parish or parent or guardian of a St. Patrick School student may seek election to the Board.
      The School Board maintains a web page on the schools own web site.
  • Parents' Guild
    • The purpose of the St. Patrick's Parents' Guild is to bring people together with a common goal of being of service to the school community.  Its mission is to assist the principal and pastor in promoting the spiritual, intellectual, and physical well being of the students.  All parents of enrolled students are considered members.  Members in good standing pay small annual dues.  The guild runs several fund raisers each year that pay for a variety of school activities and equipment.
      The Parents' Guild maintains a web page on the schools own web site.
St. Patrick R.C. Church
280 East Main Street
Smithtown, NY 11787

Mass Times

Today's Mass Readings

6:45am, 9:00am, 12:10pm
9:00am, 5:00pm, 8:00pm
7:30am, 9:00am,
10:30am, 12:00pm
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Are you a card carrying member of our parish?
Stylized St. Patrick Membership Card
At St. Patrick’s we don’t have membership cards because everyone is always welcome! But if you attend or are planning on attending Mass here, and are NOT registered with the parish, please fill out a registration form and return it to the Rectory. Please help us get to know you better so that you can best take advantage of everything our parish has to offer.

Mass For The Dead
Is Open
Stop by the Rectory to order Masses for your departed loved ones, or for other intentions.  Please note that the Mass Book fills quickly.

St. Patrick’s School has been preparing children to maximize their potential and to lead a life firmly anchored in their belief and trust in Christ for about 40 years.  As we think back on those years, one thought keeps coming to mind, We miss you!  St. Patrick’s would love to be able to inform you of the latest happenings at the school and special alumni events. (read more...)

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Are You Considering Catholic Education?

St. Patrick School serves students and their families in nursery school through eighth grade.  The mission of the school is to provide for the safety, education, and gradual growth of the whole child; spiritually, intellectually, socially, emotionally and physically. 
For more information, call 724- 0285, visit the St. Patrick School web site at www.spssmith.org or mark your calendar for the school’s open house on Sunday, January 27th from 1-3 PM.


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We are
here to
“Be There”
for those
who need us.

LifeNet is a program offered by St. Patrick Parish in Smithtown which was established to assist and support those women and their families experiencing an unplanned pregnancy.

LifeNet seeks to reveal that there are alternatives to abortion, that women and families do not have to face these alternatives alone, and that the volunteers/helpers of LifeNet stand ready to help them bring life to its term.

LifeNet’s trained volunteers/helpers reach out to those n an unplanned or crisis pregnancy by offering a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere in which needs may be shared and support offered through the nine months and beyond.

LifeNet’s volunteers and helpers offer confidential support, information abd referral for community services and counseling. Call St. Patrick Parish Outreach at 265-2271 for information.

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Do You Have A

Health Care Proxy?

A “Health Care Proxy” provides a way to make the very difficult issues of end-of-life care easier by allowing the expressed wishes of the patient to be followed in a proper manner. It can help remove much of the stress that these decisions bring to loved ones and family members. As practicing Catholics, having a Health Care Proxy, helps our passing become what it should be - a hopeful, glorious journey to life everlasting in the company of our Lord and Savior.

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280 East Main Street, Smithtown, NY 11787
(631) 265 - 2271