Along with a strong faith community, OLPH families enjoy a wide assortment of great activities each year that both kids and adults cherish and enjoy. Check out all of the great activities we offer each year:
This popular fundraiser has been going strong for a few years now. 365 Lotto tickets are priced at $20 each, and ALL tickets are eligible for EVERY drawing. Prizes are drawn as follows:
• Three (3) $1,000 Prizes on Easter, 4th of July, & Christmas
• Twelve (12) $500 Prizes on the first Monday of each month
• Fifty Two (52) $100 Prizes every Sunday
• Two hundred ninety eight (298) $40 Prizes on remaining days of the year
Anyone can purchase 365 Lotto tickets from the Parish Office.
OLPH Reverse Raffle is sponsored by the OLPH Athletic Council. 300 tickets are sold and the last ticket drawn is the winner of the grand prize. Big 6 wheels, poker, 50/50 drawings and a fun horse race are some of the exciting activities.
The ever popular and delicious fish fry is held on the Fridays during Lent (excluding Good Friday) in our cafeteria from 5:00 to 7:30 PM. Enjoy all you can eat fish! The OLPH Fish Fry is open to the public so anyone can join us for a great meal!
EASTER EGG HUNT
This festive event is held each year before Easter weekend. Kids ages Pre-K through 5th grade have a blast as they dig for treat-filled Easter eggs with a chance to win cool prizes. The Easter Bunny also makes his annual appearance!
The rummage sale runs during the final week of July each year and is open to the public. OLPH collects multiple categories of items for the rummage sale, and each year we have hundreds of valuable items to choose from at bargain prices!
Contact: The Parish Office, 419-382-5511
TRUNK OR TREAT
Families love this spooky event where kids get to put on their Halloween costumes and trick or treat along rows of cars decorated with Halloween themes ranging from silly to scary.
CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS EVE MASS
Each year on Christmas Eve, families gather for this special Children’s Mass. It’s a touching way for families to spend Christmas Eve together while celebrating the birth of Jesus.