Upcoming Events Sponsored by our Men's Organization

YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS EVENT!!!

Steak Night      Saturday, June 15th

Following 4:30 Mass-7:00 pm

Gathering Space Oak Park

Cost: $18.00 for a 9oz Strip Steak or Chicken

Menu includes baked potatoes with fixings, vegetable, salad, dessert, and beverages. To purchase tickets, please contact Chris (248-635-0117) or Frank (248-252-5474).  Last day for tickets is June 12th

 

Summer Cookout - Saturday, July 27th

Following 4:30 Mass -7:00 pm                    

Gathering Space Oak Park/ outside

Cost: $7.00, choice of 1 meat

(additional meat can be purchased)

Menu includes a brat, a burger or a ¼ pound hot dog with a bun and condiments, watermelon, coleslaw, potato salad and other sides, dessert, and beverages.

Bring a chair and enjoy the company outside!

 

 

 

Upcoming Family of Parishes Events

Click here to read an article on the Franciscan Outreach Program at Church of the Transfiguration

 

 

You Are Encouraged to Worship as a Family of Parishes and Attend

Our Family Sent on Mission

Special Saturday Mass 4:30 PM

June 29, 2024

at Church of the Transfiguration, Code Rd and 10 Mile

(West of Lahser and North of 10 Mile) Southfield

Come to Mass and then spend some time getting to know members of our Family of Parishes.

 

 

 

 

Click here to register your child/children for Vacation Bible School

 

Save the Dates

Can’t make it to Indianapolis for the National Eucharistic Congress?

You can be in harmony with the brothers and sister gathered there July 17-21
by joining in some gathering at Transfiguration, Southfield

Three Wednesdays, July 17, 24, 31 – 7:00 PM
Presentation on Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist

Led by Fr. Jeff Scheeler, OFM

Thursday, July 18, 7:00 PM
Watch the movie: Babette’s Feast


Friday, July 19, 7:00 PM

Faith Sharing: What the Eucharist means to me?

8:00 PM
Adoration/Benediction

Sunday, July 21, Morning to early afternoon
Putting the Eucharist into Action
Feeding the hungry
at Crossroads of Detroit
2424 W Grand Blvd, Detroit

 

June 2024 Family Sent on Mission Prayer Intention

 

The Franciscan Parish of Church of the Transfiguration, inspired by St. Francis and his love for creation, invites member of our Family of Parishes to pray during the month of June, as we enjoy the beginning of summer, for greater respect and care for God’s creation.

Gracious Creator,

 as we enjoy these summer months,

may we grow in our appreciation

of the splendor of Your creation!

Thank you for the beauty that surrounds us.

May we care for our Common Home.

Possible Action Steps

Read Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’

Watch: CST 101: Care for Creation | USCCB

Make sure you recycle what you can.

Take a walk in the woods.

Look at the stars some evening and see if they remind you of God in anyway.

Look carefully at a flower and admire its beauty.

Donate to a cause that cares for creation.

 

Catholic in Recovery

STRUGGLING WITH ADDICTION?

Substance Abuse

Pornography & Lust

Relationship Attachment

Gambling

Eating Disorders

Technology Codependency

Unhealthy attachment behavior

Our Family of Parishes is hosting a new program which can help.

It grounds the 12 steps in Catholic faith and practice.

 

 

BEGINNING FEBRUARY 19

Mondays, 7:30 PM

Church of the Transfiguration - Duns Scotus Room

FAITH Admitting one’s powerlessness and need for a savior is a central focus of Catholic in Recovery groups. From this foundation, we lean on our faithful understanding of Jesus Christ as our Higher Power. When groups gather, they unite in prayer and discuss recovery topics as they relate to liturgical themes, scripture from Sunday’s Mass readings, and the sacraments. Members are invited to engage the sacraments as a necessary component of their personal recovery while striving for spiritual growth, one day at a time.

FREEDOM The aim of each Catholic in Recovery group is to bring freedom to those struggling with addiction and unhealthy attachments. Meetings are not as much about reliving the past as they are about developing the appropriate attitudes and behavior for living each day successfully. Group members will be offered a spiritual awakening as a result of combining the spiritual wisdom of twelve-step recovery with Catholic theology, prayer, and healing.

FELLOWSHIP Uniting the body of Christ together allows members to share experience, strength, and hope with each other. Honesty, openness, and willingness to surrender to God’s will is the primary focus when groups gather together. As a result of consistent group meetings, members tend to stay accountable to each other, encourage personal growth, and are available in a time of need.

 

 

Welcome to Our Mother of Perpetual Help Parish

Welcome to

Our Mother of Perpetual Help Parish

At Our Mother of Perpetual Help we are dedicated to moving forward into our future with compassion, generosity and an openness of spirit.  We believe that the nurturing of the community around the Eucharistic Table is extended through gatherings which further strengthen and support us.  We foster this faithfully through the power of the Holy Spirit and the gifts and talents of our members.  We continue to walk our journey together with the Lord, our future secure in the knowledge that we have common goals in God's ever-present love. Father Paul Chateau is our Pastor and leads our parish. 

Our Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigil Mass

4:30 pm in Oak Park

Sunday Mass

9:00 am in Oak Park

11:00 am in Ferndale

Tuesday and Thursday Weekday Masses

Tuesdays - 9:00 am in Ferndale

Thursdays - 9:00 am in Oak Park

(First Thursday of the month the Mass will be at 7pm)

Click here to donate online

Contributions can be mailed in to the parish office at 13500 Oak Park Blvd., Oak Park, MI  48237 or made securely online by clicking the link above or via our parish mobile app. Please know that we especially appreciate your support of Our Mother of Perpetual Help Parish during this time.

 

Our Mission Statement

Our Mother of Perpetual Help Parish is a welcoming and nurturing Catholic community building up the Body of Christ through prayer and service.

Our Vision Statement

Our vision is to be an extraordinary spiritual gathering place where people of all backgrounds and ages are welcome to question and learn, pray, worship, and serve.  In community through prayer and worship we hope to continue to grow together in our understanding and appreciation of God’s love.  We strive to change and improve our lives and the lives of others.

Download the Parish Mobile App

If you have not downloaded the parish mobile app please do so. For android products go to the Google Play Store WeConnect Parish App on your phone.  For apple products go to the Apple Store WeConnect Parish App on your phone. Or use the QR Code below.

Search for Our Mother of Perpetual Help. Remember to subscribe to the notifications you want to receive. 

QR Code for WeConnect Parish Mobile App

 

Staff

Office Hours

Parish Office Hours:
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 10am-2pm
PARISH PHONE: 248-545-2310
PARISH FAX: 248-545-2312
PARISH EMAIL: omophparish@gmail.com

Parish Office

The Our Mother of Perpetual Help Parish Office is located at our Oak Park Worship Location

Our Lady of Fatima

13500 Oak Park Blvd. (on the northeast corner of Oak Park Blvd. and Coolidge Hwy.)

Oak Park, Michigan  48237

Directions to Oak Park Worship Location

Directions to Ferndale Worship Location

Saint of the Day

In The Words of Pope Francis

“If you want to destroy institutions or people, you start by speaking ill of them … watch out for slanderous communication.”