17230 Tom Fox Avenue Poolesville, MD 20837
Mass, Adoration & Confession
Daily Mass - OLP Church
8:30am - All days except Wednesday and Sunday
7:30pm - Wednesdays
Saturday (Sunday Vigil
5:30pm - OLP Church
8:00am - OLP Church 10:45am - OLP Church
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4:00pm-4:45pm - Church
8:00pm-9:00pm - Church
After Masses - By Request
Wednesday evenings - OLP Church - Immediately following Mass for one hour
The Church and Chapel are otherwise closed.
*Snow Cancellation Policy
Generally we try not to cancel Mass unless the weather poses a potential danger. If Mass or another event is cancelled, the cancellation will be posted here on the parish website at least 45 minutes before the scheduled event. If there is no cancellation notice, it is safe to assume that the event is not cancelled.
Welcome to Our Lady of the Presentation Catholic Church. We are so happy you have found us! Our church is located at 17230 Tom Fox Avenue in Poolesville, Maryland. We are a small and tight-knit community approximately 45 minutes outside Washington, D.C. Please feel free to contact our parish office for information or to speak to our parish priest, Fr. Justin Huber. We hope to see you soon.
COMING SOON!! Each year, the parish raises money to fund the Matthew Kuldell Memorial Scholarship. This competitive scholarship, offered to college-bound seniors, is a one-time gift that is awarded each year to a small number of students in the parish. The more we raise, the more students we are able to help! This year we are happy to offer Gertrude Hawk chocolates and other goodies. These sweets make great Thanksgiving hostess gifts, or keep them for yourself! Delivery will be before Thanksgiving. More info to follow!
CONTACT INFO CHANGED: To contact the parish office via email, please use the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, the new mailing address is: OLP, P.O. Box 1, Poolesville, MD 20837.
PLEASE JOIN US - The Archdiocese of Washington has restored churches to FULL 100% capacity and regular Mass times with the following guidelines: All persons, regardless of vaccination status should wear a face mask for communion and follow the guidelines below at all times while in the church. Beginning Saturday, June 26, 2021 and Sunday, June 27, 2021, Cardinal Gregory of the Archdiocese of Washington has announced that the dispensation of the Sunday and Holy Day Mass obligation will be lifted. Go to: adw.org/coronavirus for more information.
Guidelines for Attending In-Person Masses
Masks are highly recommended for all individuals at all times within the Church. Please bring your own mask.
Social Distancing of at least 3 feet should be practiced at all times while in the Church
Everyone is asked to bring their own hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes and to wipe down their pews before and after Mass.
Please exit the building immediately after Mass.
Men's Group - If you are interested in hanging out and learning more about the Catholic faith, this is your group. Come and listen, talk if you like, enjoy some snacks and bring a beer. This is a laid back group and easy to enjoy. We'll meet outside on Thursday night at 7:30pm starting 5-27-21 every other week.
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If you are uncomfortable attending Sunday Mass in person, head to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on Sundays at 12pm for a live-streamed mass.
From time to time, we host evening reflections on a variety of topics. They can all be found on our Facebook page. During the discussions, I've mentioned several wonderful books. Hear are some of them:
Jacques Philippe - Searching for and Maintaining Peace
Jacques Philippe - Interior Freedom
Jutta Burggraf - Made for Freedom
Kevin Vost - The Catholic Guide to Loneliness
Ralph Martin - The Fulfillment of All Desire
Donations via Check
Donations by check or cash may be made at at the offertory during weekend masses or by sending your donation to the address below.
News, Photos, and Livestreams are all found on our Facebook page.