Assistance and Outreach Programs

OLPH has many programs where parishioners can assist those within our parish community and attending our school as well as serving the community at large. Parishioners are encouraged to support and/or join these programs to help others. If you are interested in joining or participating in one of the programs listed below, please contact the parish office at (419) 382-5511 for more information.

T.R.I.P
With the rising cost of everything, wouldn’t you like to have a way to reduce your tuition costs or help the O.L.P.H. Endowment Fund? Especially when it wouldn’t mean any additional monies from you!! Learn more about T.R.I.P.

FEED YOUR NEIGHBOR
The “Feed Your Neighbor” program is for the collection of food each weekend in baskets located near all front and side church exits. The food is taken to Immaculate Conception Food Center on Monday of each week. A food “suggestion” is listed in the bulletin weekly.

HOSPITAL MINISTRY
A group of OLPH parishioners, organized by teams, takes communion to patients at St. Luke’s hospital. If you are interested joining this ministry contact the parish office. 

MICHAELMAS MINISTRY
Michaelmas Manor is a diocesan-sponsored complex located on Schneider Road, which is geographically and spiritually included in our parish community. There are facilities for both senior citizens and the physically disabled. This ministry includes Mass on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month and Communion Services on Sundays. Anointing of the Sick is provided twice a year.
Contact: Dan Quinn (Deacon) at the parish office, 419-385-5511

PARISH COMMUNITY BUILDERS
The Parish Community Builders guides OLPH in the ways of stewardship by strengthening our parish community spiritually and socially. Meetings are held periodically.  The Stewardship Committee sponsors many events throughout the year such as the Parish Picnic, Easter Egg Hunt, Rummage Sale and Coffee & Donut Sundays.
Contact: Colette Leyland at the parish office, 419-385-5511

  1. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY
    An organization of lay persons who seek, in a spirit of justice and charity, and by a person-to-person involvement, to help those who are in material need often providing food and clothing. Meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. on the first and third Wednesday of each month. Please contact the parish office for more information.