St. Edward the Confessor Catholic Church

We invite you to consider becoming involved in the life and mission of St. Edward the Confessor Catholic Church. The prayer for all who visit us here is that God will continue to bless and strengthen you with His abiding love and peace. Journeying as a Catholic community, we embrace the mission of Jesus Christ, striving to live and spread Jesus' message of love, sharing our gifts through discipleship, liturgical celebration, spirtual formation and outreach.

  • Peace Begins At Home

    There is no place for violence and hate in the life of a follower of Jesus.

    Together let us go forward with a commitment to work for meaningful change that will help all people live in safety and peace.

    Peace begins in our homes: Let us love one another in our own families.

    Do we pray together for peace in the world?  Is your household willing to discuss the Family Pledge of Nonviolence?  The pledge form can be found by selecting here

  • Households of Faith Program

    Can you find this candle in the Commons?

    As the Year of Mercy continues, we also continue our Households of Faith program.

  • Sacristan Ministry

     

    A vibrant, worthwhile, and reverent ministry that directly affects the quality of our community's liturgical celebrations.

    Please consider becoming part of the Sacristan Ministry.  There is a need at all Masses.

    Sacristans prepare the bread, wine, vessels and linens for our liturgy.  Please contact Anita McCabe if you are called to serve (804) 864-4712 or by email

     

     

     

     

  • Ushers Needed

    for most Masses.  Commitment is every three weeks.  On the spot training is provided.  If you are interested or have questions concerning this important ministry, please contact Robert Kelly by email or speak to one of the ushers at Mass.

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Peace Begins At Home

There is no place for violence and hate in the life of a follower of Jesus.

Together let us go forward with a commitment to work for meaningful change that will help all people live in safety and peace.

Peace begins in our homes: Let us love one another in our own families.

Do we pray together for peace in the world?  Is your household willing to discuss the Family Pledge of Nonviolence?  The pledge form can be found by selecting here

Households of Faith Program

Can you find this candle in the Commons?

As the Year of Mercy continues, we also continue our Households of Faith program.

Sacristan Ministry

 

A vibrant, worthwhile, and reverent ministry that directly affects the quality of our community's liturgical celebrations.

Please consider becoming part of the Sacristan Ministry.  There is a need at all Masses.

Sacristans prepare the bread, wine, vessels and linens for our liturgy.  Please contact Anita McCabe if you are called to serve (804) 864-4712 or by email

 

 

 

 

Ushers Needed

for most Masses.  Commitment is every three weeks.  On the spot training is provided.  If you are interested or have questions concerning this important ministry, please contact Robert Kelly by email or speak to one of the ushers at Mass.

Sacramental Record Request Form

To request Sacramental record information, please use the attached form.  Please follow the directions for the request.  If you need any additional information, please contact Sherri Gravins at (804) 864-4706 or email.

Help feed the hungry

Our food pantry is in desperate need of food donations. Please bring non-perishable food items to mass or by the Parish Center. Our social justice ministry oversees the distribution to various individuals and families in our parish and the surrounding community. We are also in need of meatloaves and brownies which are sent to the Salvation Army Shelter downtown. Please bring both items frozen to the Parish Center.

Children's Rosary Group Continues

On the first Saturday of every month, all parishioners are invited to pray the rosary, especially children ages 4-14, who will be invited to lead the prayer.  We gather in the Chapel at 4pm.  No experience or materials needed—we will provide everything!  (And don’t be nervous—children who don’t want to read out loud won’t be forced to!)     For more info, contact Joan Nelson.

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