San Isidro Labrador Parish – Pasay

The facade of San Isidro Labrador Parish is mostly white with cyan highlights. It has two crosses, one on the top center and the other on the right (if you are facing the church) on top of a thinner cyan bell tower. The church has twelve semi-oblong windows on the central protrusion and several rectangle windows on both sides.

Also known as: N/A

Address: 1830 Taft Avenue, Pasay City [View Map]

Telephone: (02) 525-1188

Fax: no data

Pastor: Fr. Macías Wency D. Seráfica

Office Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 8:00am-6:00pm

Mass Schedule

Monday to Friday: 6:00am 7:00am 6:30pm

Saturday: 6:00am 7:00am

Saturday Anticipated Mass: 6:30pm

Sunday: 6:00am 7:30am 9:00am 10:30am 3:00pm 4:30pm 6:00pm 7:30pm


Matrimony: by appointment

Baptism: Sunday 10:30am

Confession: Wednesday and Friday 6:00pm

Sick Call: anytime


Novena to San Isidro: Thursday 10 minutes before 6:00am Mass

Special Devotion to San Isidro with Eucharistic Vigil: Thursday after 6:30pm Mass

Our Lady of Perpetual Help: Wednesday 6:15pm

Other Services

House Blessings: by appointment

Car Blessings: Monday to Saturday after 6:00am and 6:30pm Masses; Sunday after 6:00am, 7:30am, and 6:00pm Masses

Photo Gallery

The sanctuary of San Isidro Labrador Parish is dominated by a yellow-green wall and below it a long white partition. The center of the yellow-green wall has stained glass images of God the Father in the form of an old bearded man with stretched arms. In front of the Father is the Holy Spirit in dove form. Below them are panes of clear glasses through which the crucifix outside the physical structure of the parish is visible, surrounded by plants. At the center of the partition is the tabernacle flanked by yellow flowers. In front of tabernacle is the altar with a green cloth cover. There are doors on the left and right of the partition that seems to be access ways to whatever is behind the partition, maybe the sacristy. There is also a small wooden podium on the right and a larger podium on the left (if facing the sanctuary) for the speakers: priests, lector, or commentators.A bronze ornament that looks like the Sun with letters IHS on the sun disc mounted on a gray wall. It also has a cup-like stand although it is mounted on the wall outside the San Isidro Labrador Parish's structure. It is surrounded by the text 'Come to me...' (above) and '...and I will give you rest' (below) from Matthew 11:28.The balconies at the back of San Isidro Labrador Parish; the structure is quite rare: there is one balcony on the second level and a smaller balcony on the third level. There are two chandeliers in front of the smaller balcony and hang over the larger balcony. The balconies are surrounded by colored glass windows.Statues of San Isidro Labrador and Sta. Maria Dela Cabeza inside a glass cabinet. On the glass near the foot of the statues are two papers containing prayers to each of them. On the wooden parts are another set of papers containing petition/thanksgiving letters: two papers for each of them.Two tablets of the Ten Commandments outside the San Isidro Parish's church structure. The stones are white, surrounded by a cyan border, and the text is also cyan. The labels at the bottom, which labels the commandments as 'for God' and 'for humans' reverse this color scheme: cyan background and white text.

Published on January 6, 2019 under categories: Parish Churches.

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