Worship

Mass Times

  • Saturday: 4:30 PM
  • Sunday: 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM
  • Holy Day of Obligation
     Vigil-7 PM, Day-8 AM, 1:15 PM
  • Weekday:
     - Mon./Tues./Thurs./Fri.: 8:00 AM
     - Wednesday: 1:15 PM
     - First Saturday: 8:00 AM
     - Civil Holidays: 9:00 AM

Reconciliation

   • Saturdays: 3:00-4:00 PM or app't

Eucharistic Adoration

   • Thursday 8:30 AM-Sunday 8 AM

Please contact the Parish Office

Welcome to St. Edward Roman Catholic Church

St. Edward is a Roman Catholic parish in the Diocese of Cleveland. We are a faith-filled people united in the Holy Spirit and nourished by the Eucharist. We pledge to use our talents and resources to live the Faith and serve others as we welcome all into our faith community. We are committed to work together as a parish to meet the spiritual, corporal, social and educational needs of those around us.

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Inclement Weather Emergency Policy

The Diocese of Cleveland does not have a specific Weather Emergency Policy in the event of extreme winter weather. The following is a version from the Diocese of Toledo – which have been amended for our purposes:

Whenever the City of Ashland or the County of Ashland is placed under a Level 3 Snow Emergency (as listed on wmfd.com), during which all roadways are closed to non-emergency personnel, St. Edward Catholic Church will cancel any scheduled Weekday, Saturday Vigil, Sunday, or Holy Day Masses during the time period of the Level 3 emergency status. Roman Catholics in the affected county/city, therefore, are dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday/Holy Day Mass for the duration of a Level 3 Snow Emergency.

If you live in an adjacent city or county, and St. Edward Church is your regularly attended church, and your county/city is under a Level 3 Snow Emergency, the same dispensation applies for you. If your county/city is not under a Level 3, but Ashland is, you may have the option of attending Mass in another county/city.

If Masses are canceled, Catholics are encouraged to participate in Holy Mass via our website or our Facebook page. When Mass is canceled, all other diocesan, parish, or school events in that geographic region are also canceled.

Am I committing Mortal Sin if I miss Mass when the county/city is under a Level 1 or 2 Snow Emergency and not a Level 3 Snow Emergency, but my driveway or nearby roads have not been plowed and are impassable? Basically, the best advice is to use sound judgment, especially the elderly and any with health or mobility issues. God certainly cannot expect us to do what is impossible. Always be safe in extreme weather conditions.

 

All Masses are now LiveStreamed.

You can now watch all scheduled Masses (weekend and weekday) from either our Facebook Page or here on our website.
 

St. Edward response to Coronavirus outbreak (updated 5/24/21)

Weekend and Weekday Masses have resumed to the normal schedule.  

The Diocese of Cleveland has removed all restrictions from the celebration of Mass.  For those who are not vaccinated or have other concerns, it is requested that they consider wearing a face covering.  Reception of communion from the Cup (Precious Blood) remains restricted at this time.  If you have any questions, please contact the Parish Office, 419-289-7224.

NOTE: This bishops of Ohio have rescinded the dispensation from attending Mass starting the weekend of June 5-6, 2021.

 

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Help Wanted: Part Time Accompanist

The position of accompanist will plan music and provide organ/piano accompaniment mainly for a small unison choir (4-8 members) or cantor at the Parish 8:30am Mass on Sundays. Various Holy Days, special services (funerals, weddings, etc.) and other weekend Masses are also possible as available. Practice time for the choir is usually on Thursday evenings, but can change to accommodate as needed.

The accompanist will plan the music and work with the pastor and other music ministers. The accompanist should have excellent keyboard skills and have a good understanding of the Catholic liturgy. It would be helpful if candidate can play the organ, and/or can cantor for themselves.

Salary: Pay would be per diem for each Mass or practice.
Contact: Fr. Rod Kreidler by email or call 419-289-7224.