Welcome to Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish
We are a Catholic community of welcome and warmth sharing growth as we seek to develop as disciples of Jesus using the four pillars of Christian discipleship: Community, Message, Worship, and Service.
Community - Created for and called to spreading God's love and mercy throughout parish family and surrounding community through spiritual and social opportunities,
Worship - Gathering to gratefully share prayer as we participate in the Liturgy of the Word and Liturgy of the Eucharist,
Christian Service - Using the gifts God has entrusted to us to serve God by helping those in need.
Stations of the Resurrection
Join us Monday evenings at 6:30pm throughout the Easter season as we journey the Via Lucis to pray the Stations of the Resurrection, 14 stations based on the post-resurrection Scripture readings.
Pray the Rosary
You are invited to come pray the Rosary at 4:00pm before Saturday Mass this month.
During the month of Mary, we will gather near her statue in the church as we pray together.
Prayer cards and Rosary beads are available.
Mobile Food Pantry
Mark your calendars for Thursday, July 21 for the Mobile Food Pantry at Assumption. It will take many hands to unload the pallets of food, to load grocery carts at the various food stations, and to unload the grocery carts into the cars of those in need.
Safety will be a priority. The more volunteers that we have the lighter the work and the more fun we have! Help is needed from 8:00am–12:00pm, with lunch provided following the event. You can sign up for the entire time or whatever part fits your schedule.
Sign up on the sheet at the Welcome Circle in the gathering space, or email Sr. Jeanne at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2021 Christ's Mission Appeal
Christ’s Mission Appeal is upon us. This appeal is the primary way for all Catholics in the region to support the ministries of the Diocese of Saginaw.
Learn more about this year's appeal by viewing the video below.
A few parishioners have reported again getting email asking for gift cards. The messages appear to come from Father Joe.
These messages are not genuine—do not respond!
If you have any questions, call the parish offices using the phone number published on this site and not from the message itself.
Please be vigilant!