Welcome to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church!

We would be delighted if you took a few moments to explore the rich diversity of our parish, ministries and activities. The center of our parish life is the Eucharist, and we heartily invite you to join us for Sunday Mass.

The Parishioners of Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Take a photo tour of the Our Lady campus 

Currently at Our Lady

  • Service Day 2021
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  • Service Day 2021
  • Service Day 2021
  • 2020 KofC Kettle Corn Sale
  • May crowning of Our Lady
  • 2020 Lent
  • Holy Week 2020 -Missing You All
  • Monsignor Siffrin and Fr. Conoboy share a word before Mass.
  • 2019 Easter Altar
  • K of C served pancake breakfast for hospitality Sunday
  • 2019 Christmas Blessings from the Staff at Our Lady
  • 2019 Volunteer Appreciation Dinner
  • 2020 Appreciatiion Dinner
  • 2020 Appreciatiion Dinner
  • Eagle of the Cross Award - Katelyn Houlahan
  • Eagle of the Cross Award - ThomasPackard
  • Our Lady's Ladies Night Out
  • 2018 Day of Service
  • 2018 Day of Service
  • 2018 May Crowning
  • 2018 May Crowning
  • 2018 First Communicates
  • K of C workers 2017 spaghetti dinner
  • August 2015
  • August 2015 New landscape
  • New memorial landscape 2015
  • August 2015 New landscape
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help, summer 2014
  • Spring at Our Lady
  • Bell Tower at Our Lady pre Aug 2015

Our Mission

OUR MISSION... Inspired by Mary, we strive to witness to Christ, to celebrate the Eucharist, and to serve others.

Updated Bishop's statement - click here

Mass Times

Weekday Mass: T-F 9:00am
Tues. 6:30 pm
Saturday: 4:30pm
Sunday: 9am & 11:00 am

Reconciliation Tues 6 pm and Sat. 3:30 pm
Holy Days of Obligation: see Calendar

Temporary Directives

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Temporary Liturgical Directives

based on the May 2021 Diocesan Directives

  1. Every effort should be made to return Sunday/weekday worship to a style that promotes the full, active, and conscious participation of all in attendance as called for by the liturgy and expected by the People of God while maintaining a reasonably safe and comfortable environment. 
  2. Facial Coverings: Those who are fully vaccinated are no longer required to wear facial coverings while at worship.
  3. Seating: All seating restrictions are removed.  But, in addition to overflow seating, one section of seating will retain physical distancing.
  4. Distribution of Holy Communion: Ministers of Holy Communion will continue to discreetly sanitize hands before distributing and will wear a face covering for the distribution of Holy Communion.           continue here---

Our Values

  • We celebrate the Eucharist as the center of our lives
  • We offer a warm welcome to all
  • We are committed to life-long formation in the Gospel
  • We are a diverse community seeking holiness
  • We are faithful stewards of the gifts entrusted to us
  • We work for biblical justice
  • We joyfully spread the Good News of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit

Office Hours

Monday-Thursday 9:00am-5:00pm Closed on Friday til September 3


Parish News

Movie Night!!! June 7

THIS Monday, June 7, 6:15pm. Featuring: HORTON HEARS A WHO! Please us the QR ... Read More »


For those new to Our Lady, our group meets once a month usually going ... Read More »

Donut Sundays Return!

DONUT SUNDAYS HAVE RETURNED! Join us on Sunday, June 13, after both the 9:00 ... Read More »

Holy Communion

HOLY COMMUNION is brought regularly to those who are homebound, by our parishioners. If  you know someone who is not able to get to church and would like to receive communion, please call the Parish Office.


Recently we welcomed David Matthew Sapp, son of Katelyn Sapp into our Catholic Community through the Sacrament of Baptism. Pictured from left are Katelyn holding David, Father Conoboy, and godfather Michael Sapp. Congratulations to David, his mother, families and friends! May God continue to bless him as he grows in his faith.

Charity and Justice

What is Justice?

In our current environment it’s hard to tell what’s ‘fair’, ‘right’ or just.

Over the next few months we will share what our faith tells us justice is, what we believe, and how we take action for justice in our parish and in our community. I hope you will join us in exploring justice by reading our monthly posts, considering how justice can take shape in your everyday life, and contributing to this especially important conversation.   -more-(click)

Week 1 - Theme 1: Dignity of Work and the Rights of Workers

May They Rest in Peace

In the kindness of your prayers, please remember these recently deceased....

Anna Sabo
Robert Zembala
John Iammarino
Elaine Dee - video Mass
Peggy Lozanoff
Mary Roseberry
Irene Persely

Robert Sharler
Tony J. Macko
Need information on Mass Intentions 

Please call the office 330-562-8519.


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