Summer Scrip Hours/Order Form

June & August

Sunday: 10:00-11:00am in the church narthex.

Monday: 8:30-9:15am in the Ministry Center.

You may also drop your order off in the rectory office and we will fill it on Mondays and return the filled order to the rectory for you to pick up anytime the rectory is open.


Scrip is closed during the month of July so we will not place any orders. However, I will be in the scrip office on Thursday (July 6, 13, and 20) from 10:30-11:30am to sell “cash and carry” scrip. Additionally, you may drop an order off in the rectory during July and I will fill it on Thursdays for your pickup in the rectory.


Have a great summer and let me know if you have any questions!

Colleen Hall or 616-205-5376.

Parish App

Our new Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary app is now available to download for IPhone and Android smart phones. Stay connected with our parish throughout the week with instant notifications, an easy-to-access event calendar, and the ability to quickly reply to or share messages via Facebook or Twitter. Also enjoy a bunch of additional features like prayers, daily readings, helpful reminders to silence your phone before Mass or Confession, and much more.

Help foster a stronger parish life at Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and better engage the New Evangelization. Download our app today at or search your phone’s app store for myparish.


It’s an exciting time to be Catholic in West Michigan! The parishes and Catholic organizations in the Diocese of Grand Rapids are vibrant places of faith, generosity, education and love—alive with the Holy Spirit.


    • As Catholics, we believe that it is our baptismal call to bring people into relationship with Christ and to grow closer to him.


    • It happens when we share genuinely the message of the Gospel with those who’ve never heard it.


    • When we urge those who already believe to continue to deepen their faith.


    • And when we re-propose the Gospel to those who, though always members of the Church through their baptisms, have drifted away.

Most Reverend David J. Walkowiak
Bishop of Grand Rapids

2017 Stations of the Cross