We are a Roman Catholic community of faith in Streetsboro, Ohio dedicated to reaching the unchurched Catholics and everyone with the life changing message of Jesus Christ. We want to welcome you, whoever you are and wherever you're coming from.
First Time Tips
We would love to meet you and help you settle in
If your joining us for the first time please arrive 15 minutes early. Meet and engage with our Host team. They will seat you and provide you with all the worship aids so you can worship with us.
If your new please meet with one of our hospitality ministers so you can lean more about us and we can get to know you too. And we have a special gift to say "Thanks" just for saying "Hello".
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First Time FAQ's
I don't normally go to church. Will I still be welcome?
If you are Catholic and have not attended church on a regular basis you are always welcome to attend at St. Joan of Arc. If you haven't attended for awhile or you are not Catholic and wish to attend please introduce yourself to one of our Hosts to obtain a worship guide.
I don't live close to St. Joan of Arc. Is that ok?
Today people will drive long distances to go to a church that they will feel comfortable worshipping in. We understand this and welcome everyone who feels comfortable in our worship environment. Our parish has members that come from beyond the city of Streetsboro that regularly attend our services.
How long is a typical Mass?
Due to the pandemic our services are generally running approximately 45 mins. Please be aware that when things return to normal services will generally run around 1 hour. Special services for funerals, weddings, and holidays will run longer than 1 hours.
How should I dress for Mass?
What would you wear if you were going to see your King! At St. Joan of Arc we encourage everyone to dress appropriately for Mass.
What do St. Joan of Arc parishioners believe?
Our believes are bes stated in our Nicene Creed -
Can I go forward to receive communion?
When Catholics receive communion they are intimately united with their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. However communion is not limited to just the communicant (the one receiving communion) and Jesus Christ. By taking Holy Communion, the Catholic is also expressing his/her union with all Catholics around the world and with those who share the same believes, doctrines, laws, and leaders.
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