Beginning, Monday, July 6, we invite you to join us as we celebrate daily Mass. Mass will be celebrated Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday at 9:00 AM.
Beginning this Saturday, July 4, we will be offering the Sacrament of Reconciliation at 3:00 PM in the chapel. Please enter through the bell tower doors.
Each family will need to fill out a new health attestation form each time you come to Weekend Mass. We ask that you print and complete this form at home to help everything move smoothly when you arrive. You can find the required form above or by clicking here.
Each family will also need to register for Mass by clicking the link above or by clicking here. Be sure to indicate the number of people who will be attending, including yourself, under the quantity tab. This is extremely important in order to enable us to monitor the capacity for each Mass.
For a general list of changes you can expect when you arrive at church please click here. If you have any questions please reach out to Joe Spreitzer at 518-371-7372 x230.
We are in need of volunteers for assisting with the reopening of the church. If you are interested in volunteering, please reach out to Joe Spreitzer at 518-371-7372 x230.
We Will be Live-Streaming During Holy Week! (Update 4/10)
We will be live-streaming during Holy Week. For Worship Aids, click below or click here. By clicking on each underlined service or reflection you will be brought directly to our stream. As a reminder, the building will remain locked during these times. Our schedule will be as follows:
Holy Week Reflections
Friday, April 10 (Text)
Saturday, April 11 (Text)
Holy Thursday, Thursday, April 9
- Morning Prayer Service - 9:00 AM (Worship Aid)
- Liturgy of the Lord's Supper - 5:00 PM (Worship Aid)
Good Friday, Friday, April 10
Holy Saturday, Saturday, April 11
Easter Sunday, Sunday, April 12
For more updates click here.
For E-Giving information click here.
The Building, Including the Daily Mass Chapel, Will Remain Closed Until Further Notice.
We Are Still Accepting Donations For The Food Pantry (Updated Needs, 4/1)
While we understand supplies and food are limited in stores, there is a danger of them being even more limited for those who need them most. We will be continuing our donations to the local food pantries. The food pantries are currently in need of the following items:
Canned veggies and beans,
Senior ready meals for the microwave.
If you are able to contribute please drop off items in the entrance vestibule by the Faith Formation entrance and prayer garden.
First Eucharist and Confirmation (Updated 4/1)
Sacramental 1st Eucharist Masses and Confirmations have been postponed until further notice. As more information becomes available we will pass it along.
We Will Communicate with You Through The Website, Flocknote, The Parish APP, & Facebook
We hope to communicate with you as effectively as we can. Our website will be our MAIN SOURCE of information. We will attempt to update the website with any new information as quickly as we can and we ask that you check the website frequently. We would encourage you, if you have not done so already, to sign up for our email newsletter through the form below. Through this system, we will send out weekly updates on Monday. If you have signed up and do not receive an email on Monday please check your Spam folder and then reach out to Andrew Sutton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, while the Parish App is a valuable spiritual tool it is also an effective communication tool. We will be sending out push notifications when any important news is released. To download the Parish App please click here.
Finally, we utilize our Facebook page as well as a source of information. Please like our Facebook page by clicking here. We encourage you to spread the word to your family and friends so that they might do the same.
If you can, I ask you to continue your weekly/monthly support of St. Edward’s Parish through Faith Direct
Some of our parishioners and others in our local area who are in severe financial stress have contacted us about their ability to pay their bills at this time. All of us are concerned about how long this crisis will last. I and the parish Finance Committee are concerned as well. Our parish still has financial commitments to meet as well as an increased need for community and parish outreach. If you are in a position to do so, I ask you to continue your weekly/monthly support of St. Edward’s parish. This can be by contributing through Faith Direct, our electronic giving resource, or by mailing your contributions to the parish: St. Edward the Confessor R.C. Church, 569 Clifton Park Center Road, Clifton Park, NY 12065. If you would like to learn more about Faith Direct click here.
We Will Be Live Streaming Mass at 11:00 AM on Sundays & An Hour of Prayer and Meditation on Wednesday Nights
Many of you have asked if we will have a live-streamed Mass on the weekends. We have worked hard to be able to bring Mass to you at home. Each Sunday at 11:00 AM Mass will be streamed through YouTube. We will also have a live stream of the church with gentle music playing each Wednesday night at 6:00 PM. We encourage you to view our stream through Youtube and take a few minutes in this hard and stressful time to pray and meditate. You can find the St. Edward's Youtube page here. Be sure to subscribe and hit the bell icon to be notified when we post a new video or go live. Due to Diocesan policy, the building will not be unlocked during these times. All live-streams will be recorded and will be uploaded to Youtube to be watched at a later time as well.
Please Support One Another, Especially Our Isolated And Infirmed
We are a large parish. As always, we ask that you check in on one another, especially with those who are isolated or infirmed. It is important during this time to not be socially isolated. We need to encourage and support one another and lift each others’ spirits. Please inform us of anyone you know who has a particular need that has to be met. You can call Mary Ann Sekellick at 518-371-7372, x224, or Fr. Pat at 518-371-7372 x225.