Welcome to Our Parish Community

St. Teresa of Avila Parish is a Roman Catholic Church located at 1878 Abbe Road in Sheffield Village, Ohio. The church is in Lorain County and is approximately twenty-five minutes west of Cleveland, OH.

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You can contact the Rectory at (440) 934-4227. To send a fax to the Parish, please use (440) 934-4500.


Anointing of the Sick: For those advanced in age, sick, or undergoing surgery. Administered at all Sunday Masses from time to time. Contact the Rectory for this Sacrament at other times.

Baptisms: Baptisms are celebrated after the 11:00 AM Mass on Sundays. A pre-baptism class is required for the first child. For class information, please see the bulletin or call the rectory. Arrangements should be made shortly before or after the birth of the child.

Change of Address: Please call the Rectory if there is a change of address.

Communion Calls: are made on Sundays by Eucharistic Ministers to the homebound. Please call the Rectory at (440) 934-4227 to schedule.

Hospital Calls: Every hospital has an appointed Catholic Chaplain. You or a family member may request his services for a patient. Also, notify the parish office so that the sick will be remembered in our prayers and Masses.

Matrimony: Couples need to make arrangements at least six months prior to the wedding date. No date may be reserved until discussed with a priest of the parish.

New Parishioners: We welcome you to the family of St. Teresa of Avila Parish! Please call the parish Rectory at (440) 934-4227 to register.

Rite of Christian Initiation: Interested in becoming a member of the Catholic Church? Please call the Rectory at (440) 934-4227 for more information.

St. Teresa of Avila Church is handicap accessible.

Prayer Requests

For the People of St. Teresa Parish; for all the sick of St. Teresa Parish listed in the bulletin and for our prayer intentions in our prayer basket.

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Rent The Parish Life Center

Our beautiful and modern Parish Life Center is available for your next event.  Corporate training sessions, wedding receptions, graduation parties, baby showers, family reunions, steak fries, retirement parties, office parties, monthly organizational meetings... just some of the events our beautiful Parish Life Center has hosted.

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December Reflections

 

The month of December is dedicated to the Immaculate Conceptionwhich is celebrated on December 8. The first 2 days of December fall during the liturgical season known as  Ordinary Time and are represented by the liturgical color green. The next 22 days fall during the liturgical season of Advent and are represented by the liturgical color purple. The remaining days of December mark the beginning of the Christmas season. The liturgical color changes to white or gold — a symbol of joy, purity and innocence.

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