We’re so glad you’re exploring our parish community. It might be overwhelming to join a new parish, but we are so happy you’re considering calling St. Clare of Assisi your home.

Mission Statement

“Come to Know, Come to Love, Come to Serve”

Saint Clare of Assisi Catholic Church is vibrant, growing community of Roman Catholic Christians that strive to better know, love, and serve the Lord. We seek to know Him more truly through our intentional formation programs that form disciples of all ages. We seek to love Him more perfectly through worship that is noble and true to the heart of the Church. We seek to serve Him and our neighbor with the same selfless love by which He loved us from the cross through our various ministries, apostolates, services, and teams. These core principles of “Come to Know, Come to Love, Come to Serve” lead us to eternal happiness in the presence of Almighty God in the Kingdom of Heaven. We adhere to the teachings and magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church as founded by Jesus Christ. 

Make It Official


We’re so glad you want to call St. Clare your new home! Your first step will be registering with our office. You can register via our website (see the button below) or by getting a form from our office. Just introduce yourself to Fr. Tim and he will get you a welcome folder, or stop by our office Monday-Friday from 10:00am-4:00pm and our parish secretary, Hohanna (Yo-Haw-na), will get you started.

Request Sacramental Records

If you need to request your sacrament records, please contact the office via email office@stclarecc.org or by giving us a call at 770-485-0825.

Update Address or Contact Information

If you need to update your contact information with the parish, please contact our Coordinator of Parish & Community Relations, Beth Mulqueen at bmulqueen@stclarecc.org.

Next Steps

Here at St. Clare, we divide our active parish life, parish ministries and apostolates, into three categories: Come to Know, Come to Love, and Come to Serve. This is based on the Baltimore Catechism, which states the answer to the question of “Why did God make you?” is “God made me to know Him, to love Him, and to serve Him in this world, and to be happy with Him for ever in heaven.”  Our path to sanctity is simply to live these three paths well.

To find out where you can get involved, ask yourself this question, “Is my goal with being involved to A) come to know the Lord, B) come to love the Lord, or C) come to serve the Lord?” Follow the answer to one of our three categories!

You may be used to all church activities being lumped into a category called Ministries. At St. Clare, we understand ministries to be services of piety directed toward God. Apostolates are services of mercy towards our neighbor. These are our paths to point back to seeing God and direct our path to heaven – hence our parish life is divided as such. If you are seeking fellowship with fellow parishioners, please see our Fellowship tab for opportunities around St. Clare to do so!

We hope you will find a home in one of our many ministries and apostolates and build a community that leads you closer to the heart of our Lord. Here is a comprehensive list of the various ministries and apostolates at St. Clare; to access information about each one, click the tab “Get Involved” and select the corresponding tab.

Here is a full list of our ministries and apostolates at St. Clare, and you will find these under each of the linked categories below:

Come to Know
  • Pilgrim Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe
  • Men’s Bible Study
  • Women’s Bible Study
  • Lectio Divina
  • Faith Formation
  • Sacramental Prep
  • Youth Ministry
  • RCIA
  • Retreats
  • Ladies’ Night
  • Lenten Parish Mission
Come to Love
  • Adoration
  • Cenacle of Divine Mercy
  • Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
  • Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion to the Sick & Homebound
  • Readers
  • Sacristans
  • Choirs/Liturgical Music
  • Altar Servers
Come to Serve
  • Knights of Columbus
  • Bereavement
  • Greeters/Hospitality
  • Ushers
  • Church Cleaners & Decorators
  • St. Matthew Guild
  • St. Vincent de Paul
  • Giving Tree
  • Funeral Receptions
  • Prayer Blanket Ministry
  • Ladies’ Night
  • Men’s Night at the Rectory
  • Knights of Columbus
  • Mom’s Group
  • Seniors
  • Youth Ministry
  • First Thursday Coffee

Becoming Catholic

If you or someone you know is interested in becoming Catholic, please see the link below for more information.

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