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When you visit

Visiting a new church can be intimidating: What should I wear? Where do I park? Where do my kids go?We understand the many thoughts that can come from visiting a new church, so we want you to feel completely comfortable when you visit. Below are some frequently asked questions. If you have any additional questions, don't hesitate to contact us or talk with an usher when you visit.

When are services?

Saturday Vigil: 5p.m.
Sunday: 9a.m. and 11a.m.

Monday - Friday: 8a.m.
     *except First Friday
First Friday Mass: 6:30p.m.
Holy Days as Announced

When is confession available?

  • Saturdays at 4:30 PM

What should I wear?

We ask that you keep your attire casual and respect those around you

How do I get to St. Colman Parish?

 Our Parish is located at 2027 West 65th Street, Cleveland, OH 44102

Where should I park?

There is parking available on West 65th Street, in a parking lot to the south of our building off West 65th and across the street on Lawn Avenue. We have security during all weekend services

Where do my children go?

All children are welcome in our Church. If you prefer to go somewhere if your child is acting up, our Church Hall below is always open

I’m not Catholic ... so, how do I know when to sit, stand and kneel?

We are a very open Church. Do not be afraid to ask or just follow along. We help each other

I’m not Catholic ... is it okay for me to participate in communion?

Communion, or The Eucharist, is the most intimate expression of our faith. Catholics believe that the host is literally the body of Christ, transformed from bread by the priest presiding over the service. Most evangelicals think of Communion as symbolic, so it makes sense that they are not as strict about having the right relationship to it as Catholics and Orthodox Christians who believe it is a sacrament and the true presence of Christ. So, if you are not Catholic, we ask that you not receive communion.  However, those not receiving the Body of Christ and Precious blood are invited to come forward with their hands crossed over their chests for a special blessing.

Am I expected to put money in the offering?

If you are visiting with us, we don't expect you to put money in the offering, and you are welcome to just let it pass you by. If you consider our parish your church home, we'd love for you to prayerfully consider giving on a weekly basis. You can give by check or cash during the service.

I have a hearing problem. Is there any special assistance?

Please ask an usher before Mass begins or see the officiant in the Sacristy