Our Lady of the Presentation Parish


Dear members of Our Lady of the Presentation

Archbishop Robert Carlson has encouraged us to “Begin each day with the following simple prayer:  Thank you, Father, for all your blessings.  Lord, what do you want me to do with all the gifts you have given me?  Listen to God’s answer. He speaks to us--not necessarily in words--in the stillness of our hearts.”

Below you will see the goals of our parish Stewardship Committee.  The following pages will give you a beautiful picture of the Stewardship activities of our wonderful parish – how parishioners have listened to the Lord and shared the gifts the Lord has given them. 

We are truly blessed as a parish!

Goals of Our Lady of the Presentation Stewardship Committee

Encourage all parishioners to become a responsible community of faith, supporting the needs of one another and the life of the parish through the celebration of the Eucharist, prayer, time, talent  and treasure.                                                                                                       

Inspire parishioners to be “faith in action” for the social, environmental and political challenges beyond our parish walls.

“As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards” (1 Pt 4:10).

  Prayer & Participation

  • 424 families in our parish
  • 12 new families
  • 54 volunteer liturgical roles
  • 28 funerals
  •  4 weddings
  •  9 baptisms
  •  9 first communion
  • 10 confirmed
  • 25 PSR
  • Autumn tree: 17 families and  42 children received gifts and/or 174 gift cards
  • canned goods donated to our food pantry
  • $4,685.00 donations for the St. Vincent DePaul
  • St. Patrick’s Casserole
  • 101 good pints Blood donated to blood drive



 Weekend Masses

 Lectors, Extraordinary Ministers, altar servers, gift bearers, sacristans, adult choir, signer for the deaf, ushers/greeters

 Daily Mass

 Children’s liturgy (Sunday, 10 a.m.)

 Scheduled Masses for weddings and funerals

 Communion services (Saturday 8 a.m. and as required)



 Bi-weekly Sacrament of Penance (Tuesday and Saturday)

 Baptism (scheduled)

 Communion for the homebound and those in nursing homes

 Anointing of the Sick (first weekend of the month) 



  Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (3rd Wednesday of the month)

 Rosary before 8:00 a.m. weekday and after 8:00 a.m. weekend Mass

 Perpetual Help Devotion on Tuesday after 8 a.m. Mass

 May Crowning

 Pentecost Sunday Oneness Mass

 Lenten and Advent Books

 Prayer list

 All Souls remembrance  


 Stations of the Cross  


Social (Parish)

  • Dinners (e.g., Lenten fish dinners, spaghetti dinner, Ash-make and potluck dinner, card parties, barbecues, bake sales, pancake breakfast)
  • General parties ( block party)                           
  • Turkey trivia
  • Volunteer Award (Mass and reception)
  • Autumn Tree (Christmas gifts for those in need)
  • Pet Blessing
  • Doughnut Sunday/rectory open house  
  • Memorial Brick Courtyard
  • Packets of information mailed out to Catholic families within parish boundaries who are homebound or who have left the church
  • Packets mailed to individuals/families who register as new parishioners
  • Information given to local hotels about  Mass and reconciliation times at OLP
  • Rental of parish hall for receptions after funerals, weddings, and other occasions.


Social (Outreach)

  • Blood Drive        
  • Pro Life
  • St. Vincent de Paul
  • St. Patrick’s Casseroles (for the   homeless)
  • Room at the Inn



  •  Altar Society I & II      *  
  •  Ladies Auxiliary          *
  •  Knights of Columbus *
  •  Pro Life                         *
  •  St. Vincent DePaul
  • Parish Council
  •  Building Committee
  •  Finance Committee
  •  Stewardship Comm
  •  Gardening Angels
  •  Heavenly Dusters (Church Cleaners)
  •  Quilters
  •  Meet and Greet group
  •  RCIA
  •  St. Patrick’s Casseroles (for the homeless)
  •  Money Counters for weekend collections
  •  Bereavement Committee
  •  Volunteer maintenance, parish work, grass cutting, snow plowing

 *contributes generously to the support of the parish


  • R.C.I.A.
  • Marriage preparation
  • Bible study
  • Parish library
  • Children’s liturgy
  • Protecting God’s children

Office Management

  • Parish website
  • Facebook
  • Parish bulletin
  • Parish census
  • Online giving
  • Phone App

Lord, thank you for your blessings throughout the rich history of Our Lady of the Presentation. Guide us as we celebrate our gifts through worship, ministry, and loving service. Let your Holy Spirit inspire us with a vision for the future so that many more generations can live, witness, and proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ at Our Lady of the Presentation parish.