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Ecumenical Prayer Service for Christian Unity

Tonight we came together to pray for Christian unity in the face of the sin of racism with esteemed Windsor area preacher, The Reverend Tracey Thomas from Campbell African…[read more]

SIGN UP: Lenten Family Prayer Pack

Bring your family closer to the Lenten Season this year with an at home Lenten Family Prayer Pack. What are the symbols of Lent? Where do ashes come…[read more]

From The Desk Of Father Steven: January 22nd, 2023

In this weekend’s Gospel, we hear Jesus begin his Sermon on the Mount.  This passage represents Jesus’ first public act of teaching outside of the walls of a synagogue….[read more]

Nursing Home Ministry

We are looking for more members of our Family of Parishes to join our Nursing Home Ministry.  This important ministry will bring communion to those in who…[read more]

NEW DATE: Prayer Service For Christian Unity

Due to the snow this week, our prayer service for Christian Unity was postponed. It has been rescheduled for Wednesday, February 1 at 5:30 pm at Assumption Church. Please…[read more]

From The Desk of Father Steven: January 22nd

We have been hearing a lot about light in our readings for the past few weeks. This theme continues this Sunday. We hear Jesus spoken of as the light…[read more]

Our Lady of the Assumption Parish, a Roman Catholic Parish in the Diocese of London Ontario, acknowledges that Assumption church sits on the traditional territory of the Three Fires Confederacy. The Huron, who were given refuge by the Three Fires Confederacy, shared this land with Assumption Parish in order to establish the first Catholic parish in Canada west of Montreal.