St. Mary of the Assumption
Park City, Utah
Mark your Calendars for Fr. Stan Herba's Retirement Mass and Social to be held on Sunday July 15 at the White Pine Canyon Church. Click here for flyer and more details.
Staff member direct office phone numbers have been added to this site. Click on the staff member's name below and you can obtain email addresses as well.
St. Mary's Old Town Chapel:
121 Park Ave. - Old Town Park City 84060
White Pine Canyon Church:
1505 White Pine Canyon Road, Park City 84060
Jan. 1 - Feast of the Mother of God
10:00 am White Pine Church
St. Mary's Old Town Chapel
Sunday 8:00 am
St. Mary's White Pine Church
Saturday Vigil 5:30 pm
Sunday 9:30 am, 1:00 pm Español and 5:30 pm
DAILY MASSES - 8:00 am
White Pine Canyon Church
FIRST SATURDAY of the MONTH
MASS - 8:00 am
White Pine Canyon Church
Sunday 9:30 am Mass
(Fall through Spring)
MOST HOLY DAYS of OBLIGATION
8:00 am (White Pine Church)
7:00 pm (White Pine Church)
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Saturday 4:30 pm (White Pine Canyon Church)
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION (White Pine Church)
Holy Hour Thursday's 7:00 - 8:00 pm followed by Benediction
First Thursdays, 8:30 am to 7:00 pm followed by Benediction September through June.
No adoration during July and August
1505 W. White Pine Canyon Rd.
Park City, UT 84060
Monday - Thursday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Friday - Office closed
Administrative offices are located in the Parish Center next to the White Pine Canyon Church
Office closed on most state and federal holidays
- Rev. Stan Herba, Pastor
- Rev. Rogelio Felix, Associate Pastor
- Rev. Mr. Bob Hardy, Deacon - Marrage & Baptism Preparation
- Rev. Mr. Tom Tosti, Deacon - Adult Faith Formation & RCIA
- Sandy Foley, Office Manager
- Rosa Alvarez, Receptionist
- Lauri Hawkins, Director of Religious Education, Middle School & High School Youth Program
- Stacey Alvarado, Religious Ed. Registration Secretary
- Julia Kretschmar, Religious Education Resource Assistant
We are Catholic. We are a Eucharistic people. We are called to build up the Kingdom of God. We share the healing power of God’s love with our parish and the larger community. We serve those in need. We are beacons of hospitality who model compassion and seek justice for all.
As a Catholic people, we live in a constant state of transformation. We provide opportunities for faith development. We foster unity among the multicultural people who form our parish.
As a Eucharistic people, we become One Body, One Spirit in Christ with all of God’s people. We nurture an atmosphere infused with God’s love for us and the joy of our opportunity to serve others.
Thus formed in the Spirit, we bear personal witness to the Father’s love and to Christ’s example of how to live in this world. We embrace and engage all parish members, especially our youth, in living a vibrant, Catholic faith.