Welcome to the website of Sacred Heart Church in Coshocton, OH. We are a community of Catholic Christians located in Coshocton County, Ohio off Route 16/36 and Route 541 near Roscoe Village in the Diocese of Columbus, OH. We are firmly grounded in Scripture and the Sacraments which we celebrate in our regular and devout celebrations of prayer, traditional devotions and most especially the Mass. Our patron is the Sacred Heart of Jesus as revealed to St. Gertrude and St. Margaret Mary Alacoque and we live the active life of the Body of Christ.

A Letter from the Pastor on the Return to Worship
Guidelines for Return to Worship at Sacred Heart Church
Bishop Brennan’s Letter to the Faithful
Diocesan Guidelines for Return to Worship

Church Week at Rural King
An Opportunity to Benefit Sacred Heart

Rural King is honored to host Church Week August 2 through August 15.
During Church Week, customers can choose a registered organization (Sacred Heart, Coshocton) to donate to and begin uploading their receipts. All receipts must be dated between August 2, 2020 and August 15, 2020 to qualify. All receipts must be uploaded to: www.ruralking.com/churchweek by September 1, 2020. Rural King will donate 10% of each valid Rural King receipt’s total after sales tax to the registered organization (Sacred Heart, Coshocton) chosen by the customer.

Patronize your local Rural King and help out your local Parish!!

Those who are “high risk” are especially those highly susceptible to COVID or those who manifest symptoms of COVID. Those “susceptible to COVID,” include those over the age of 70 or those who have serious health conditions. Symptoms include a cough of any kind or a fever. Those who are “high risk” are especially cautioned to avoid public gatherings, including Mass until it is safe for them to attend. Though we wish that all could gather with us for the Eucharist, we cannot guarantee complete safety at this time.

Bishop Brennan dispenses the Catholic faithful who reside in the Diocese of Columbus and all other Catholics currently in its territories from the obligation of attending Sunday Mass until September 13, 2020.

Mass for the 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time at Sacred Heart
Mass for the 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time at Sacred Heart
Mass for the 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time at Sacred Heart
Mass for the 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time at Sacred Heart
Mass for the 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time at Sacred Heart
Mass for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time at Sacred Heart
Mass for the Solemnity of The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ at Sacred Heart


A Guide for Making Your Confession During These Extraordinary Times

The Forgiveness of Sins, Indulgences, Absolution, & God’s Mercy during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Please continue to pray for Bishop Brennan, the diocese and the Universal Church.

Coronavirus Response.  For an updated listing of resources to get help, opportunities to provide help, and ways for families to strengthen their faith amid the COVID-19 pandemic, visit www.columbuscatholic.org/coronavirus-response.

If you are not able to celebrate the sacraments in person, here is a reminder of the different ways to connect with the Church:
Here is a listing of Radio-TV-Online Masses offered in the diocese.  In addition, a video of daily Mass (Monday thru Friday at 12:05 PM and Sunday @ 10:30 AM) at Columbus Saint Joseph Cathedral is now available on the Diocesan YouTube Channel and the Saint Joseph Cathedral Web Site.

Here is a resource to utilize that the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) have made available that is very useful:
Resources for Catholics During COVID-19

If You Can’t Receive Communion, Make a Spiritual Communion