Our Lady of the Greenwood
Queen of the Holy Rosary
Welcome to our parish!
Our Mission Statement
“The Mission of Our Lady of the Greenwood Parish is to make Jesus Christ relevant in our everyday lives as a community of believers witnessing the gospel. We celebrate our salvation through worship, education, outreach, and evangelization, and by calling forth the time, talents, and treasure of our members. We are committed to the service of our brothers and sisters in Christ through the tradition of our Catholic faith. By our celebration of the sacraments, we continue God’s presence in the world.”
Latest News and Information
Read our latest news, announcements, activities, blogs, and musings below.
The annual observation of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (January 18-25, 2020) is quickly approaching. More information can be found in the PDF link listed below.
Great fun was had by all at last evening’s Tables of Christmas event. Thanks to Susie Gallagher and Anissa Benich for being our hostesses and Fr. Todd for his inspiring…
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CHRISTMAS YOUTH CHOIR AT OLG! Attention all 2nd through 5th graders! Please sing for our Family Christmas Eve Mass on December 24, 2019, at 4 p.m. in church! We need…
What a fun night!! The school bingo raised over $9,000 to help support Catholic education. If you want to get in on the fun the parish will be having a…
The Celebrate Marriage Ministry hosted another successful event. Looks like fun was had by all including Fr. Vinny. If you are interested in joining the group call the parish office…
At OLG, we have the greatest mission in the world. “To make Jesus Christ present to each other and the community by using our time, talent, and treasure through shared…
Are You Interested In Our Faith?
The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) program is designed for anyone interested in Joining the Catholic faith. This includes non-baptized adults. This program is also designed for those who have been baptized but not confirmed in the Catholic Church.
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