St. Mary of the Assumption
Park City, Utah
Parents, please read Fr. Gray's letter concerning St. Mary's and public school policy.
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Thursday Night Weekly Way of Christ Adoration & Talk & Meal
Thursday, Oct 17th, 6:30 p.m. at St. Mary's Church
Each Thursday, 6:30 p.m. at St. Mary's main Church (White Pine Canyon Rd), join St. Mary's for faith, food, and fellowship! Whether you’re a visitor, newcomer, or family, the Way of Christ Talk and Meal is a great way to deepen your faith and learn more about St. Mary’s. This week, Fr. Gray will lead a discussion on "Holy Matrimony: Two Become One." Consider bringing a meal, dessert, or drink to share. See you Thursday!
"Public Policy & the Catholic Faith"
Friday Nights in Park City - Young Adult Weekly Series
Oct 25th, 6:30 p.m. at Old Town Chapel, 121 Park Ave
Mass + Adoration & Benediction + Free Meal & Talk
Meet up with young adults from across Utah in Old Town Park City at the state's oldest Catholic Church for Mass (extraordinary form), adoration, and free food! Stay afterwards for a free meal and talk from Peter Reichard, President of the Utah Foundation, on "Public Policy and the Catholic Faith."
The Bible Timeline: The Story of Salvation
Beginning on September 4th at 9:00 am, St. Mary’s Wednesday morning class will offer The Bible Timeline. You will learn the major people, places, and events of the Bible and discover how they all come together to reveal the remarkable story of our faith. The Bible Timeline makes Bible study easy with a twenty-four- part guided journey through salvation history. Participants will meet every week to view an engaging video presentation followed by a time of lively group discussion and fellowship.
For more information click here or contact Chuck Richter at 702-401-7425 or email [email protected] with the subject: The Bible Timeline.
Please welcome our new parochial vicar, Fr. Rodelio Ignacio this. On August 1, Fr. Rodel began serving alongside Fr. Gray to serve the People of St. Mary's and St. Lawrence. You can click on this Intermountain Catholic article to learn more about Fr. Rodel.
New Parishioners and part-time members can now print out a registration form. Go to the St. Mary's Home tab and click on Parish Registration.
If you would like to sign up for automatic donations click on St. Mary's On-line Giving tab found next the the St. Mary's Home tab.
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. - (In Old Town) Park City 84060
White Pine Canyon Church:
1505 White Pine Canyon Road, Park City 84060
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
Sunday1:00 pm - Español
Sunday 5:30 pm
DAILY MASSES - 8:00 am
White Pine Canyon Church
Sunday 9:30 am Mass
(Beginning January 2019)
MOST HOLY DAYS of OBLIGATION:
White Pine Church
7:00 pm - Español
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
White Pine Church
Saturday 4:30 pm
White Pine Church
Holy Hour Thursday's 8:30am 9:30am 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. Christopher Gray, Pastor
- Rev. Rodelio Ignacio, Parochial Vicar
- Rev. Mr. Bob Hardy, Deacon - Marrage & Baptism Preparation
- Rev. Mr. Tom Tosti, Deacon - Adult Faith Formation & RCIA
- Sandy Foley, Parish Administrator
- Celeste Conde, Accounting
- Gracie Cortes, Receptionist
- Killian Beeler, Director of Developement and Communications
- Brian Schumacher, Young Adult Coordinator
- Lauri Hawkins, Director of Religious Education, Middle School & High School Youth Program
- Petra Butler Petra Butler, Religious Education Assistant
- Cheryl Adamek, 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.