OUR LADY HELP OF CHRISTIANS, ALLENTOWN, USA
We are a Roman Catholic parish located on the east side of Allentown on Hanover Avenue in East Allentown. Our parish was founded in 1927 by Rev. Msgr. Joseph Mathis to care for the people of Rittersville, East Allentown and the Catholic patients at the Allentown State Mental Hospital. As the parish grew a school was built to pass on faith, values, and a quality education to our children.
The parishioners of Our Lady Help of Christians are a friendly welcoming community. We place ourselves under the patronage of our Blessed Mother, Mary. We strive for holiness knowing we are sinners in need of God’s great love and mercy. We find happiness in doing God’s will. Every day we pray for each other, our community, our country, and all people. We pray for God’s protection and blessing… and we ask for your prayers too!
Perhaps you’d like to join us for our Annual Tricky Trays, or any of our social activities: Night at the Races, Basket Bingo, Drive-thru dinners, and other activities, including our Clothing Drive. Twice a year, we have Winter Warm-up (month of February) and Summer Sizzler (month of August). We have a pie sale coming up! See Parish Events – pickup October 29th, 2020 4 to 6 PM.
Of course Jesus, The Eucharist, is the center of parish life. We welcome your participation each weekend and whenever you can be with us. Come and see what the Lord can do in a life faithfully dedicated to Him.
It is not by chance or coincidence that you are reading these words. God has a plan! Pray about what God has in store for you. May the Holy Spirit bring each one of us closer to Christ, His Church, and to one another. Enjoy browsing through our parish website. If you are new to the area I welcome you warmly to our parish! Please check our schedule for weekend Masses, and feel free to contact the parish office with any questions or concerns that you may have. Thank you for stopping by to visit us here at OLHC Parish! Bienvenido a Nuestra Parroquia!
In His name I welcome you. God Bless You!
Rev. Richard Brensinger