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Adult Sacraments


If you have not been baptized in any other Christian denomination, we welcome you to be baptized as a Catholic Christian. Adults wishing to pursue Baptism through the Catholic Church should enroll in RCIA.

Baptism Registration Form

Godparent/Sponsor Affidavit

Christian Witness Form

Contact David Rennicke | Tel 816-272-0122


Available to all Catholics in good standings at all Masses.

Can I receive Holy Communion?

If you are interested in receiving the Eucharist for the first time, our program Journey to Full Communion is for you! 

Unable to receive the sacrament in person?

Contact or office for assistance.


Interested in Journey to Full Communion?

Contact Deacon David Rennicke | Tel: 816-272-0122


Preparation for the Sacrament of Confirmation is open to all high school teens who are registered with St. Margaret of Scotland Catholic Church. Our Confirmation program brings teens and adults together to study and explore how growth in the Spirit is a life long journey. Together participants share in their journey, and commit to share in the mission of Jesus. 


Registration begins in August and meetings start in September. 


Contact Deacon David Rennicke | Tel: 816-272-0122


Reconciliation is available Saturday afternoons from 4:00-4:30 PM except for Holy Saturday. Also available by appointment.​

To Make an Appointment:

Contact Fr. John Bolderson



Couples intending to marry should contact the parish as soon as there is an agreement to marry.  At least nine months are needed before the anticipated wedding to prepare for the Sacrament of Marriage.  In order to begin marriage preparation, one party must be a registered and active member of St. Margaret’s Parish for ideally six months. Then contact the parish office to schedule the wedding date and time. 


Contact the Parish Office


Anointing of the Sick

The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is offered after Mass every 2nd weekend of the month.

Please notify the Parish office when a member of your family is hospitalized or confined to home. It is the responsibility of the family, not the hospital, to notify the parish. Due to privacy laws, parishioners who are hospitalized must indicate, at the time of admission, they want to receive communion. Those who desire continued visits in their home during convalescence should contact the parish office. ​​

Contact Fr. John Bolderson or anyone on staff.


Holy Orders

Please contact Fr. John Bolderson, Deacon Paul Muller or Deacon David Rennicke.

Contact Father John Bolderson | 816-246-6800

Contact Deacon David Rennicke | Tel 816-272-0122

Contact Deacon Paul Muller  |  Tel: 816-246-6800

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