Stewardship Council Chairperson
Kathy Williams

We Are a Stewardship Parish
“As Christian stewards, we receive God’s gifts gratefully, cultivate them responsibly, share them lovingly in justice with others, and return them with increase to the Lord…

Jesus calls us, as his disciples, to a new way of life—the Christian way of life—of which stewardship is part.

But Jesus does not call us as nameless people in a faceless crowd. He calls us individually, by name. Each one of us—clergy, religious, lay person; married, single; adult, child—has a personal vocation. God intends each one of us to play a unique role in carrying out the divine plan. The challenge, then, is to understand our role—our vocation—and to respond generously to this call from God. Christian vocation entails the practice of stewardship.
– From the U.S. Bishops’ Pastoral Letter on Stewardship

Time & Talent
Through our baptism we are called to be Priest, Prophet and King!  We are Priest through worship, when we acknowledge the saving presence of God in our lives, offer sacrifice and acknowledge the many gifts that He has given us.  We are Prophet when we are educated in our faith and then proclaim it to others. We are King when we lead and serve God’s people.  As members of our parish family, there are hundreds of ministries in which you can  live out your baptismal call!

Join us as we worship, proclaim and serve Christ the Lord!
Fr. Jim Duffy, S.M., Pastor


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The mission of Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church is to foster a diverse parish that supports the spiritual growth and life needs of our community.

It is your support that makes it possible for our ministries to function. Through worship,education, and service in the Catholic tradition, we continue to grow in our relationship with God and one another through Jesus Christ in the spirit of Mary our patron.

The Archdiocese of Atlanta suggests distributing the 10% biblical tithe as follows: 5% of your total income to your parish, 1% to the Archdiocesan Annual Appeal and 4% to other charities.

For information on how you can support our parish financially, please click here.