Browsing the November 2015 archive of Parish News

Giving Tree Gifts

Posted by Shelene Studzinski on 11/29/15

Gifts are due back by Noon on Sunday, December 6th.... Remember there is a $30 limit. Thank you for your generosity!

Food Pantry Weekend

Posted by Shelene Studzinski on 11/29/15

FOOD PANTRY WEEKEND is the first weekend of each month.Needed: non-perishable food items, paper and soap products. Place them in the rear of the church.  Donations are distributed to Food Pantries in the area and to Safer Futures shelter for battered women and children in Portage County.  Clothing and ... Read More »

Parents Night Out! December 11th

Posted by Shelene Studzinski on 11/29/15

Let us take care of your children while you enjoy a Parents Night Out! Friday, December 11, 2015  6:30 – 9:30 PM --Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish Hall Fee: $10 for first child / $5 for second child / Ages 3 through 5th grade  (Max charge per family ... Read More »

9am Thanksgiving Day Mass

Posted by Shelene Studzinski on 11/25/15

Don't forget to bring your canned foods as your offering at this Mass!  A Happy Blessed Thanksgiving to all!


Posted by Shelene Studzinski on 11/08/15

Our bread and soup sale will be held on November 19, 20 and 21. The following items will be available:  Breads: Raisin Walnut, Parmesan, Strawberry, White, Banana & Breadsticks.  Pumpkin Pie too! Soups:  Lentil, Chicken Noodle, Tomato, Wedding and Chili.  Questions, please call 330-492-1171 or visit our website  www.poorclares.org  ... Read More »

Time and Talent Survey Info

Posted by Shelene Studzinski on 11/08/15

Be sure to fill out the form you received at Mass OR use the online link on this web page to complete this survey!

Help your Church with your special talents and time!

Click here for the Survey

Advent Tree

Posted by Shelene Studzinski on 11/08/15

The Advent Giving Tree is a project sponsored by Our Lady’s Charity and Justice Committee to collect and distribute gifts to the needy in Portage County. Your gifts are distributed through the Volunteers of America in Aurora, the Center of Hope in Ravenna, the “Hot Meals” program in Kent ... Read More »