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,
Message - Sharing the Good News of God's Love, mercy and redemption to all through Faith Adult, Faith Youth Ministry, Faith Children, and Sacramental Preparation,
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 Cross
Fridays in Lent, 6:30pm
All are invited to enter more deeply into Lenten prayer through the communal praying of the Stations of the Cross and other Lenten devotionals.
Please join us for evenings of prayer, reflection and song.
March 24—Praying the Stations of Mercy with Pope Francis
March 31—The Hours of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ based on the writings of Luisa Piccarreta
Retirement Fund for Religious
Nearly 25,000 senior sisters, brothers, and religious order priests have devoted their lives to prayer and ministry—educating the young, tending the sick, aiding the needy, and more. Yet years of serving for little or no pay have lefta profound shortage in retirement savings. Your support of the Retirement Fund for Religious helps furnish care, medicine, and other necessities. Please give generously.
Christ's Mission Appeal 2022–2023
Christ’s Mission Appeal gives Catholics in the Diocese of Saginaw an opportunity to offer thanksgiving to God for His indescribable gifts. Your generosity to this appeal allows for the continuation and expansion of a wide variety of ministries to the faithful, while engaging in the work of evangelization.
Please give careful consideration about how you will respond and fill out the pledge card and return it to the Diocese of Saginaw or put it in the collection basket. Remember, checks should be made payable to the Diocese of Saginaw, not your parish.
You can also give online.
Led by the Holy Spirit
The Diocese of Saginaw has completed compilation of its report for the Synod, and it is now available for you to read.
The Parish Summary Report is also available.
Be sure to check the Community Christian Service and Faith Formation pages for additional happenings at the parish and in the community.