Saint Anthony of Padua


Roman Catholic Church

West Harrison, New York

Saint Anthony of Padua Church located in West Harrison, New York, has been a parish home to generations of Roman Catholics in the Silver Lake, West Harrison, and White Plains communities since 1952.


Saint Anthony of Padua Parish is located in a beautiful suburban setting in Central Westchester County just north of New York City.

Our parish community is enlivened by our faith in Jesus Christ. We offer a deep spiritual experience that enables all who come here to encounter God through our Eucharistic celebrations, Sacraments, educational opportunities, outreach and socialization through which we become the Body of Christ.


We extend a special welcome to Catholics who have been away from the Church and who have not been practicing your faith. Please consider making Saint Anthony of Padua Parish your church home.


Photo Courtesy of Alan Zale Photography

We are here to serve you and your family members. We welcome you to join us at any time and we pray that our website and our parish will be a true blessing to you and your loved ones.

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to reach out to one another by our life of witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Through the intercession of our Patron, Saint Anthony of Padua, and the Grace of the Holy Spirit, we strive to inspire, nurture, and renew our Catholic Faith. With our dedication to exemplary Liturgy, uplifting music, thoughtful and inspiring preaching, and passionate ministry, we extend an open invitation and a warm welcome to the greater community to participate in Worship and to live as joyful brothers and sisters in the Body of Christ!


We Welcome You to Share the Life of Faith and the Sacramental Life of the Church!


When: Sunday, January 21, 2018 
Time: 5:30 PM 
Where: St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York, NY
Description/Details: The Archdiocese of New York is hosting a prayer vigil here in New York  for all parishes of the archdiocese to come together to commemorate the 45th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade.St. Pope John Paul II has said that “prayer is the most powerful force in human history!"   

The prayer vigil will be at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral on Sunday, January 21, 2018, beginning with Holy Mass at 5:30 p.m., followed by Adoration with music by the Sisters of Life

The event is open to all parishioners, families, parish groups, the young and the young at heart.