New Parishioners

Please download and fill out our new parishioner form here and mail to:

St. Mark Parish

15800 Montrose Ave.

Cleveland, OH 44111

General Information

Diocesan PolicyFamily Information ChangesParish RecordsRCIASocial Hall Rentals
Once a parishioner turns 21 years old, he or she must register on their own as opposed to remaining on their parents registration. Only parishioners who are registered for a least six months and are active members may request Baptism, Marriage or Sponsor Certificates
Please notify the Parish Office of any family information changes (address, phone, birth, marriage, etc.) so that we may keep our registered Parishioner records up to date. Any ‘adult’ children should register under their own name. If you have been attending Mass at St. Mark and would like to become a registered Parishioner, please stop by the Parish Office Monday – Friday from 9:00am to 4:30pm.
Please notify the Parish Office of any Family information changes (address, phone, birth, marriage, etc.) so that we may keep our registered Parishioner records up to date. If you have been attending Mass at St. Mark and would like to become a registered Parishioner please stop by the Parish Office Monday – Friday from 9:00am to 4:30pm.
If you are interested in becoming a Catholic or perhaps you are already a Catholic and have not completed the sacraments of initiation, that is you have been baptized but not received the sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist and would like to do so, RCIA is the program that will help you to complete the initiation process. Call Laura Fibbi @ 216-226-7577 for more information and to sign up for this year’s RCIA beginning in October.
There are new policies for the rental of the Social Hall. The fee for rentals on holidays will be increased. Please call the Parish Office with any questions.

Groups and Programs

Luke McGraw Memorial Candles IntentionBlood Pressure ScreeningEllen Moran Memorial DonationsHoly Communion for the HomeboundPrison MinistryProtecting God’s Children
Hopefully you have noticed the beautiful new addition of candle holders on either side of the Tabernacle, on the altar of repose (the altar which holds the Tabernacle). These have been graciously donated to St. Mark Parish Community by Deacon Joe and Candace McGraw in loving memory of their beloved son, Luke. The candles inserted in the new holders will be memorial candles and will burn perpetually in memory of Luke until the 1st of the Year. Then if you so choose, you may make an offering for the 2 candles which will be lit for the weekend Masses and burn for seven days in honor of your intention. To cover the cost of both candle inserts we are asking for a donation of $6.00. Please stop in at the Parish Office to schedule your candle intention. There will be an area in the bulletin where the weekly memorial intention will be listed. Please consider remembering a deceased loved one or a special intention by offering the weekly candle intention.
Blood Pressure Screening is done monthly on the second Sunday of the month, in the back vestibule of the Church, by our caring Parishioners. We are very grateful for their health care work. More help is needed to take blood pressures and to schedule and call the volunteer workers. Please call the Parish Office at 216-226-7577 if you are interested in helping.
The Family of Ellen Moran has set up a memorial donation fund in her honor. If you would like to contribute to this fund checks can be made payable to the St. Mark School Angel Scholarship Fund. The money will be used each school year to help families in need with tuition and fee costs. Checks can be sent to the Parish Office.
Checks made payable to: St. Mark School Angel Scholarship Fund, Memo line: In memory of Ellen Moran
Checks can be sent through school, put in the Sunday collection basket (in a clearly marked envelope) or dropped off at the Parish Office.
Do you know of someone who is unable to attend Sunday Mass and would like to receive Communion at home? Please call the Parish Office at 226-7577 to let us know so that a Eucharistic Minister can make a home visit and bring Holy Communion to you or your loved one.
We ask you to continue to pray for those in our jails and prisons. To help provide services to inmates, we will be collecting the following items: good paperback books, writing paper, greeting cards, pre-stamped business size envelopes, pencils, old reading glasses, New American Bibles, and National Geographic Magazines. There will be boxes at the Church doors next weekend to collect for those incarcerated.
The Diocese of Cleveland’s “Protecting God’s Children” program is a continuing effort to instruct and inform everyone about the protection of children from sexual abuse. To report any past or present suspected inappropriate behavior toward children by priests, deacons, religious, lay ecclesial ministers or personnel associated with the Church, please contact the Diocesan Response Service office at 216-334-2999 or via email at response services@dioceseofcleveland.org.