As you take the time to explore our website, you can draw a conclusion that we are a very active parish. Assumption BVM is a tight-knit family of faith, dedicated to our Blessed Mother, Mary. We are disciples of Jesus, who worship God and love our neighbor. As you get a “glimpse” of our many activities, I encourage and invite you to experience our family, and enhance our family by sharing your talents and gifts.
Reverend Mike Davis
Parish Food Pantry
Please help us restock our food pantry with the following items: oatmeal, hot cereal packs, jelly/jams, pancake mix, Spam, Vienna sausage, canned chicken, creamy chicken or mushroom soups, crackers, saltines, tortilla chips, sandwich crackers, fruit juice, fruit cups, and hot cocoa. Feel free to bring it with you to Mass and hand it to one of our ushers or place it in the hallway by the cooler. We would like to express our appreciation in advance for the contributions from our parishioners, so we can help our neighbors.
Catholic Social Services Bucks County
Catholic Social Services Bucks County is appealing for your help in providing assistance to those in need this Christmas and throughout the year. Because of the support of our community, CSS remains committed in living the works of Jesus by reaffirming the value of life with everyone we come in contact with. These past few months have been especially challenging for our neighbors. During this national pandemic, we continue to provide food through Mary’s Cupboard, pregnancy and parenting support, diapers and baby items through our Diaper Pantry as well as counseling and community resource referrals as needed. Our clients continue to be blessed by your prayers and donations. Looking forward, we invite you to participate in our Community Christmas Program.
Perhaps your family or team at work can come together and help make the season a little brighter for a local Bucks County child/family! We expect that more families than in previous years will reach out on behalf of their children looking for a bit of Christmas joy… Please call 215.945.2550 and ask for the Community Christmas/Adopt a Child/Family Program. Child/family assignments will be available after November 2.
You can also help by making a monetary or gift card donation. These donations can be sent to Catholic Social Services Bucks County, 100 Levittown Parkway, Levittown, PA 19054. Gift cards from local grocery stores like Giant, ShopRite, Target and Wal-Mart allow us to assist families at Christmas and throughout the year. For those who prefer to shop, items such as diapers, wipes, infant clothing and baby toiletries are always in need. Thank you for your continued support and generosity as we work together to help our neighbors in need, especially during these challenging times. May God continue to bless you and your families! For more information, please call 215.945.2550.
The Respect Life Committee would like to thank all the parishioners who attended the 40 Days of Prayer and Repentance vigil at the Planned Parenthood at 610 Louis Drive, Warminster on October 13. The Respect Life Committee’s next monthly meeting will be held on October 28 at 7:00 pm in the Parish Hall. All are invited to attend.
The Bucks County Pro-Life Coalition (BCPLC) is sponsoring a fundraiser entitled Walking with Moms in Need. This is a national initiative backed by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). Nationwide, Walking with Moms in Need is a one-year endeavor – an opportunity to express helping others in some way. The BCPLC’s event will be held on November 7 at Peace Valley Park starting at 10:00 am. Please see the flyer in the back of Church. Thank you.
October Fundraiser: Lottery Calendar Drive-Thru Basket Raffle on October 24th. For more information or to donate: www.facebook.com/familypromiseoflowerbucks or email@example.com or 267.968.3057.
Annual Memorial Mass for the Deceased
For those who have died since November 1, 2019. If you had a loved one or close friend die within the last year, you (and your family) are cordially invited to attend our Annual Memorial Mass for the Deceased on November 2 at 7:00 pm. If you plan to attend, please cut and return the portion in the bulletin, or write your Name, Number of Persons Attending, Address, Phone, and Full Name of the Deacesed in a note and return it to the Rectory no later than October 26 at 12:00 pm.
NOTE: Anyone who had a relative not buried from our Parish is also cordially invited and is recommended to contact the Rectory at 215.357.1221 with the deceased person’s full name (each letter spelled out) to be added to the Memorial Mass List of Deceased