Clay Parish

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Clay County was named after the famous statesman Henry Clay, the county seat itself was named after his estate in Lexington, Kentucky called “Ashland”. Clay County was formed for geographic reasons. Clay County lies in what was some of the last lands occupied by the Creek Indians before their removal west in 1832. Due to its hilly terrain and lack of rich land, early settlers to the area tended to be poor farmers.

Parishes

  • St. Mark

    Pastor:Rev. Joseph Thekkethala, Administrator

    Phone: 256-354-3598

    URL:

    Address:460 Country Club Road Ashland, AL 36251

    Mailing:

    P.O. Box 98
    Ashland, AL 36251

    (Office) 256-354-3598
    (FAX) 256-831-7760

    Rev. Joseph Thekkethala, Administrator

    Mailing:

    P.O. Box 98
    Ashland, AL 36251

    (Office) 256-354-3598
    (FAX) 256-831-7760

    Rev. Joseph Thekkethala, Administrator
    Deacon Mike Cova, DRE & Hispanic Ministry

    SUNDAY MASSES:
    Sunday, 11:30 a.m. (Bilingual)

    WEEKDAYS:
    Tuesday, 11:30a.m. (Bilingual)

    HOLY DAYS:
    Vigil (anticipated), 6:00 p.m.

    RECONCILIATION:
    Sunday, 11:00-11:15 a.m.;or by request

    PARISH SCHOOL OF RELIGION:
    Sunday, 12:40-1:50 p.m.