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Mass Schedule

Saturday 5:00PM

Sunday: 8:30 AM & 11:00AM

Daily Mass Schedule
Monday: No Mass
Tuesday: 9:00AM
Wednesday: No Mass
Thursday: 9:00AM
Friday: 9:00AM
Holy Days 9:30AM & 7:00PM

Daily Readings

Daily Readings
from U.S. Conference of Bishops

Mission Statement

Holy Spirit Parish
is called to be family
finding its center
in Christ and His Body
the parish - and in turn,
reflecting that
Love of Christ
to the community
and beyond.


We invite you to journey with us as we follow the promptings of God's Spirit to discover, celebrate and share the Mystery of God's love revealed to us through Christ. Explore this site to discover some of the opportunities available for you to grow in faith and the love of Christ. On behalf of the Holy Spirit faith community, I welcome you and hope that you will come and join us in one of our weekend liturgies.

Fr. John

Revised Temporary Guidelines

In light of the changing circumstances of the COVID virus and in an effort to maintain a safe environment, being mindful of the common good for all, Bishop Bonnar has issued a revised temporary guideline for those attending Mass. For all who are vaccinated, it is recommended that face coverings be worn for the good of all. While not mandated, it is encouraged for the time being. For the unvaccinated, a face covering should be worn while attending Mass. This is a temporary recommendation and will be re-evaluated in the coming weeks.

Ways to Give

Ways to contribute to the parish can be found on the Ways of Giving page.
We thank you for your generosity and support. With the options listed, 100% of your gift goes directly to the parish.

Thanksgiving Day Mass

There will be Mass on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 25 at 9:30 am. There will be no Mass on Friday, November 26.

Parish Office Closed for Holiday

The Parish Office will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, November 25 and Friday, November 26.

Prayers for those who have died

Please pray for our deceased and the families who mourn their loss:

May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.

News, Events & Meetings

Save the Date

Mark your calendars to enjoy some coffee and conversation with fellow parishioners after mass on the following Sundays: December 5. As the weather has now turned colder, we are moving inside to the Social Hall being mindful of creating a safe environment due to the pandemic.

Join the Lake Chamber of Commerce in “An Evening in the Village.” Bring your family to experience a Hartville Christmas tradition on Sunday, December 5 from 4:30 - 7:00 pm. The evening kicks off at 4:30 pm with Santa’s arrival by firetruck, followed by the Christmas Tree lighting. Spend your evening listening to local choirs and musicians, viewing decorated windows, taking photos and jumping from shop to shop (each shop may have different masking and occupancy requests). There is also a tree and basket silent auction, kid crafts, a photo booth and so much more! A coloring contest for children pre-K to 3rd grade can be downloaded from the Lake Chamber of Commerce’s website soon. Volunteers are needed! For more information, to volunteer or to learn about the contests, go to discoverhartville.com/downtown.

We are set to begin the basement project on December 7 at the Hartville Migrant Center. As such, we need some help moving items away from the walls and upstairs so the work can be completed. If you are interested in helping, please call or text Terry Smith at 330-354-6419 or email him at micmat6767@yahoo.com. Thank you!

A Chorus For a Cause is in concert again for the first time in 18 months! They will be sharing Joy, Peace & Love on December 14 at 7:30 pm at Advent Lutheran Church (1516 Edison St. NW, Uniontown) and on December 19 at 3:00 pm at Faith United Methodist (300 9th St. NW, North Canton). Doors open 30 minutes before the concert starts. A free will offering can be made. Masks are required.

The Most Reverend David J. Bonnar

Bishop of Youngstown
Ordained: January 12, 2021

God, eternal shepherd,
you tend your Church in many ways,
and rule with love.
Help your chosen servant David
as pastor for Christ,
to watch over your flock.
Help him to be a faithful teacher,
a wise administrator and a holy priest.
We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ,
your Son, who lives and reigns with you
and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever.

Holy Spirit PSR & Youth Group Activities

In accordance with current Diocesan policy and to keep everyone safe, masks will be required for all those attending PSR or Youth Ministry activities. If you have any questions or concerns, please see Anne Weeks or Cathy Kasza.

Attention teens (8th grade & above) and adults: Have you thought about serving others next summer, spending a week focusing on helping in a community? If so, this opportunity may be for you. You can still register for the mission trip next summer. For more information, contact Anne Weeks (anneweeks@holyspiritunoh.org) now.

Help the PSR children decorate the Christmas tree in the lobby with new small stuffed animals and new gloves for adults. Items should be brought in and placed on the PSR Christmas tree in the new lobby area now through Sunday, Dec. 12th. Donations will benefit guests at St. Bernard's hot meal program.

New To Our Parish

We welcome you to Holy Spirit. To register, you may stop at our parish office, see Fr. John after Mass, or call the office at 330-699-4500. View our Holy Spirit Welcome Form

How Can We Serve You

Please let us know what your needs are and how we can assist you on your faith journey. We are here to grow in faith beside you. May Christ’s blessings be with you. Contact us at 330-699-4500 or parishoffice@holyspiritunoh.org or go to our Holy Spirit Welcome Form