We invite you to consider becoming involved in the life and mission of St. Edward the Confessor Catholic Church. The prayer for all who visit us here is that God will continue to bless and strengthen you with His abiding love and peace. Journeying as a Catholic community, we embrace the mission of Jesus Christ, striving to live and spread Jesus' message of love, sharing our gifts through discipleship, liturgical celebration, spiritual formation and outreach.



Please be aware of a scam that is hitting dioceses nationwide. 


If you receive an email from the parish’s pastor or a parish priest as the sender requesting you to purchase a gift card, rest assured it is a scam.

For more information see the announcement below.





The St. Edward Community is invited to join with our SEES students for our 

SEES/Community Mass on most Tuesdays at 9am.

Please note the following changes for October:

Tuesday, October 9th and Tuesday, October 30th will not be SEES/Community celebrations -  We will meet for Daily Mass in the Chapel.

We will join with our SEES students in our Sanctuary on Friday, October 12th for the Feast of St. Edward  and on Thursday , November 1st for All Saints Day.




  • Pastoral Letter from Bishop Knestout


    Please click HERE to download “From Tragedy to Hope,” a pastoral letter from Bishop Barry C. Knestout to the people of the Diocese of Richmond.

  • Cookie Ministry


    Women from our parish are helping with the Kairos Prison Ministry retreat for incarcerated women at Central Virginia Correctional Unit 13 on Courthouse Road in October. We are asking for homemade cookies for the incarcerated women who are participating in the Kairos Weekend Retreat. Your homemade cookies will be a tangible expression of God’s love to these women who rarely, if ever, receive anything special at all. There are cookie regulations in place, and the following guidelines are to be followed in making the cookies. Select for guidelines and more information.

  • Cybercrime

    Cybercrime is hitting dioceses nationwide. If/when you receive an email that shows the parish’s pastor or a parish priest as the sender requesting you to purchase a gift card, rest assured it is a scam. Parishioners can and should contact the parish to verify the legitimacy of any suspicious request received through email. All cybercrime should be reported to the FBI at https://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx. It is up to the victim of cyber-crimes to file complaints.”


Regular Mass Schedule
Saturday: - 5:00 pm
Sunday: - 7:15 am, 8:45 am,
                 11:15 am, 5:00 pm

Saturdays: 4:00 pm
Daily Mass
9:00 am, M-F

 2700 Dolfield Drive
North Chesterfield, VA 23235
Phone: (804) 272-2948
Fax: (804) 560-3565



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