Welcome to St. Catherine's Episcopal Church.

Our mission is to seek, love, & serve God through worship, education, & service, and to share the redeeming love of Christ with the world.

At St. Catherine's, all are welcome.


ST. CATHERINE's - recorded Sunday morning prayer services and service bulletins are available under "Worship" on the website.

DIOCESE - live-streamed Morning Prayer on Sundays are available on their Facebook page and website.

Giving to St. Catherine’s

Click on the button below to make a financial contribution to St. Catherine’s. Your gift to our parish will enable us to continue doing the work that God has called us to do as the Episcopal Church in Chelsea, Alabama. Thank you for your generosity.

Parish Prayer List
“If we genuinely love people, we desire for them more than it is within our power to give, and that will cause us to pray.”  Richard Foster

Prayer Request folders are located in the pamphlet holders on the back of the chairs in the nave. You may use these to request additions to our prayer list. Fill out the folder and place it in the offering basket or hand to one of the greeters. Names will appear on the prayer list for a month unless you request otherwise. You may also email Father Ben to request names be added to the list. Email him at rector@stcatherineal.com or you may click here.


Special Announcement, March 24

By now, most of you have received Bishop Kee’s message sent last night (also posted on the St. Catherine’s Facebook page).  In a continuing effort to combat the COVID-19 outbreak, we have been directed to “extend the suspension of face-to-face services of public worship though the month of April.”  For St. Catherine’s, it means worship services and events (other than Beans &Rice) will not resume again until May.  Regrettably, this includes Palm Sunday, Holy Week and Easter Sunday.

St. Catherine’s will continue to post audio recorded Sunday morning prayer services and service bulletins on the website under “Worship”.  The recording will also be available on Sunday mornings on Facebook.

The Diocese will continue to offer Morning Prayer on Sundays on their Facebook page and website.  And they are working on an online Easter Vigil service, and online diocesan Stations of the Cross service.

Let’s keep each other in our prayers, as well as our community, state and national leaders who are continuing to make difficult decisions.  Let’s also remember healthcare workers and researchers who are in the heat of the battle against this disease.

God’s peace to each of you,
Jane Keeton, Sr. Warden

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