Welcome to Our Lady of the Presentation’s Website. We hope that from this Website you may learn more about our church and our faith. If you have any questions please click on contact us. May God bless you in all your daily activities.
Mission Statement Our Lady of the Presentation parish, established in 1915, embraces the Eucharistic presence of Jesus and the teachings of the Catholic Church and engages our members to be one in diversity through ministries of faith, education, compassion, hospitality, social justice and community enrichment.
Saturday (vigil) 5:00pm, (March-Oct), 4:00pm. (Nov.-Feb.) (Sign Language interpreters if needed please call the church ahead of time)
Sunday 8:00am & 10:00am
Weekday 8:00am Mass is held in Ponder room, entrance is at the bottom of the ramp east of the church.
Holy Day 8:00am-12:00pm
Rosary Weekday 7:30am
Confession-Tuesday 8:45am-9:00am, Saturday 3:30pm
Joining The Church-We welcome you to our parish family and hope you feel at home and among friends in God’s house. To be a member, you can fill out the form on this web site or call the office and we can mail you the form.
Getting Involved-As Catholics, we have been called by Christ to share the talents and gifts we are given with those ministries around us. We offer many ways to share your skills and talents. look under the ministries and organization titles for more information.
Text APP to 88202
Statue of Mary
The Statue of Mary that was blessed families may sign up to take into their home for a week at a time. Presently the sign-up sheet is in the vestibule of the church.
Included with the statue are twelve beautiful paintings of the Blessed Virgin inscribed with Marian prayers. A sample of the paintings is also on the bulletin cover.
Symbols of religious devotion which we bless express our faith in various ways. They serve to bring to mind our Lord's great love for us and to increase our confidence in the power of Mary and the Saints to help us.
When we call down God's blessing on religious articles our foremost concern must be that our Christian lives bear out the kind of witness we give by using them.