​Assumption Catholic Church 

Prayer List:
Tom O'Connor
Phillip Szabo - Seminarian 
Wanda Bruno
Lois Wade
Elva Calemine
Sue Spotts
Cindy McKone
Viola Huffman
Tanya Palme

Wesley Riden​

Linda & Jerry Marsh

Betty Harbaugh

Bob Myers

Erna Johnson 

Ben Charba 

Tina Montgomery Martin 

Kate Riggleman

Tony DiBacco

Sue & Mick Greco 

Suzan Grieco

Katie Grieco 

Linda & Jerry Marsh 

Wilma Turner 

Holly Rice

Sally Hughes

Betty Fraley 

Joe & Barbara Gratto

Kalia Ravenscroft 

Robert Dorsey

Leslie Rodak 

Patty Wolf

Ed Ulevich

Tim Newlin

Kara Taylor

Assumption Church Ladies Guild
Love Thy Neighbor with one small act of kindness at a time...

President : Nancy Starcher 

Vice President: Karen Patterson 

Treasurer: Lauren Ellifritz

Secretary: Judy Dolechek 

To identify and assist in meeting parish needs
To support not only the needs of the church but our local community
To foster friendship and spiritual well-being among parishioners

Every female, ages 18 or older is a member and is encouraged to participate in all activities as able.

Services: (Based on the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy)
Provide bereavement dinners
​Host receptions for parishioners following First Communion, Confirmation, and other special occasions.
Prepare baskets for the homebound and nursing home residents on holidays
Send Sunshine cards
​Deliver simple meals to a parishioners home following discharge from the hospital or nursing home, birth of a baby, or during a time of crisis
Pray for those with special needs 
Assist with Helping Hands
Donate to Warm the Children
Donate to Family Crisis Center
Donate to local Food Pantry
Visit the sick

Business meetings are held the first Monday in February, May, October, and December at 6 PM in St. Mary's Hall, unless the membership is notified otherwise.

Why Join Assumption Church Ladies Guild?
To support your parish​​
To meet great women
To share your talents
To donate to charity
To enjoy community and collaborative team work
To Live, Laugh, Love, and Pray with us 

The Guild is great for you -spiritually you feel better about yourself

and at the same time you make others feel better by helping them in

numerous ways made possible by your involvement in the church

and in the community

​For more information contact Jean Harber at sueharber@frontier.com

or call the parish office at 304-788-2488