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Saint Mary of the Assumption


Our community is excited to participate alongside all parishes, missions and Catholic centers in the Archdiocese to strengthen and renew our Church for the future. Please continue reading to learn how this campaign will benefit us.

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Letter from the Pastor

Campaign Details

Our Parish Goal


Pledged over 5 years for the Called to Renew Campaign.

Our Parish Receives


To renew our parish and strengthen ministries.

Parish Needs


Interior and Exterior Painting

Beauty is an integral and essential part of our Catholic liturgy, and we are called to care for this gift from God. When a church’s beauty is allowed to wither, the liturgy experience suffers. It is time for us to restore some of the beauty and luster to our church, which has not been painted for many years. A fresh paint job, inside and out, will breathe new life into our parish.


Smith Hall

The parish hall is the center of many parish activities. One of its greatest needs is a new sound system. We will also replace or refinish the exterior doors, improve the lighting, and attend to other general maintenance issues.


Air Conditioning and Heating

Depending on the time of year, the temperature in the church can be uncomfortable. When our church was built, indoor cooling and heating was uncommon. A new HVAC system will moderate the temperature more efficiently and make our worship experience more comfortable.


Security Fencing on the Parish Grounds

A crucial concern is the safety of our school children. Replacing the chain- link portion of the fencing around the parish grounds will improve security for them and all who use our campus.

A Bold Plan of Renewal

We — the Catholic faithful — are the agents of renewal for Church and society. I am grateful for this opportunity to walk alongside clergy and parishioners in strengthening our parishes and ministries, the heart of our Archdiocese.
Archbishop José H. Gomez