Secular Servants of Mary


The Order of Secular Servants of Mary (Servite Secular Order) is a Catholic organization of lay men and women living their Christian faith in the context of the world. Secular Servites seek to grow spiritually following the example of the Seven Holy Founders of the Order of Servants of Mary, who were known for their commitment to community, service and devotion to Mary. Secular Servites strive toward holiness according to the spirituality of the Servite Order, following the directives of their Rule of Life and committing themselves to bring to fulfillment the evangelical commandment to Love.

Contact: Joyce Gallagher



Holy Communion for the Sick 


Many parishioners find it difficult or impossible to attend Mass regularly due to illness or old age. Lay Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion visit them, bringing our Lord and letting them know that they are not forgotten.Visiting those in need with the Eucharist.  If you are in need of Homebound Communion, or if you are interested in becoming a Homebound Minister, please contact the Parish Office.

Contact: Sandy Howard

Phone: 303.288.2442 x 100

Food Bank

Our food bank hours are on Wednesdays (8:30am–12:30pm). The outreach committee is dedicated to assisting those in need throughout our parish and our community. We accept donations of non-perishable, non-expired food items, toiletries and personal hygiene products.  Donations of $10-$20 gas or grocery store gift cards are also accepted.  If you have perishable food items to donate, please contact the Parish Office first to see if we can accept your donation.  Tending to the needs of the poor is a beautiful expression of our faith in action.

Contact: Parish Office 

Phone: 303.288.2442 x100


Altar Servers


Assisting the Priest with the offering of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is profound way for children who are 4th Grade or older to serve God and grow in reverence and respect for the Blessed Sacrament and the Sacred Liturgy. Altar Servers are used at weekend Masses, Funerals, Weddings, and Holy Days of Obligation. Training is required.

Contact: Sandy Howard




Lector's must love the Scriptures and be competent readers to effectively proclaim the Word of God. Sharing the Scriptures and Universal Prayers to the Eucharistic Assembly brings hope and salvation. 

Contact: Sandy Howard


Extraordinary Ministers

Having a genuine love for the Most Holy Eucharist and expressing a beautiful commitment to the parish is a very special gift. Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion serve the Body and Blood of Christ during Mass or bring the Blessed Sacrament to the sick and homebound. Training is required. 

Contact: Sandy Howard


Sacred Music

Adults and children use their music talents to lead our community in offering praise and adoration to the Most Blessed Trinity in the Sacred Liturgy. Sacred Music is a form of joyful evangelism. 


 If you are interested in joining our Adult Choir, contact Heather Schenck.

Contact: Heather Schenck



The usher is on the frontline of parish hospitality. They receive people as we assemble for Holy Mass and help cultivate a spirit of Christian friendship without our parish community at our Weekend Masses as well as Holy Days and other special occasions. 

Contact: Sandy Howard





Volunteers for Assumption Parish and School bingo sessions every Wednesday, 7:30pm at the Turn Two Bingo Hall.

Contact: Christina Jagodzinski




Christian stewards meet monthly with the agenda of furthering the stewardship of the parish.

Contact: Christina Jagodzinski



Parishioners dedicated to providing and serving refreshments after all Masses and events make up the refreshment committee. The wide variety of events at Assumption brings many opportunities to be part of this committee. It is a wonderful expression of community and sharing. All are welcome to join.

Contact: Christina Jagodzinski



The success of our annual parish bazaar is a team effort. The committee holds a monthly meeting to prepare for the annual bazaar. Ideas, planning and coordination are just some of the efforts contributed in the meetings. Please consider being a part of the successful moneymaker for our Assumption parish.

Contact: Christina Jagodzinski


Money Counting

Every Monday morning dedicated parishioners gather to count the previous weekend offertory collection. Participation in this ministry requires personal dedication and responsibility to Assumption Parish.

Contact: Christina Jagodzinski



Dedicated parishioners meet regularly to discuss the financial plans for the parish and school. Financial goals, objectives and growth opportunities are planned. The responsibility of focusing on the Mission of Assumption is central to all planning and implementation.

Contact: Christina Jagodzinski



Knights of Columbus


In 1882, a parish priest, Father Micheal J. McGivney founded the organization in New Haven Connecticut to provide for widows and orphans of impoverished immigrants. Since that time the Knights have grown to an organization with almost 2 million members and families worldwide.

Our founding vision continues to this day in many ways. We provide life insurance and other financial products aimed at securing the financial stability of our members and their families.

Ladies Auxiliary

The Ladies Auxiliary also has a very active membership as they sponsor various fundraisers and functions throughout the year for their special charities. The Ladies Auxiliary often contribute time and effort by providing support and assistance to the Knights of Columbus in preparing meals, refreshments, coordinating activities and other necessary components for successful events.

Catholic ladies age 18 and older are encouraged to join the Ladies Auxiliary and support the efforts of the Knights of Columbus.

Contact: Cathy Cordova, President 

Phone: 720.841.4134



Assumption Parish
2361 East 78th Avenue
Denver, CO 80229


Parish Office Hours 

Monday-Friday: 9:00am-3:30pm 

Food Bank

Wednesday: 8:30am-11:30am

Assumption School
2341 East 78th Avenue
Denver, CO 80229



School Office Hours 

Monday-Friday: 7:30am-3:30pm

School Hours: 8:00am-3:15pm

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