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Welcome to Immaculate Conception Parish

Let the word of Christ richly dwell within you, with all wisdom teaching and admonishing one another with psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with thankfulness in your hearts to God.

Colossians 3:16

 

JOIN US FOR MASS

Face masks MUST be worn by
everyone entering the church building.

Reservations ARE necessary
to attend weekend Masses. 

WEEKEND MASSES

Saturday, 5:00pm, Mass
(Confession begins at 4:00pm. No reservations are necessary)
Sunday 9am, 11am, Mass
Sunday, 2:00pm, Spanish Mass

WEEKDAY MASSES

No reservations are needed for daily Mass.
Monday – Friday, 7:00am, Mass

Here are some additional links that you might like to see:

Sunday Mass at HOME Prayer Service – August 30

Sunday Mass at HOME Prayer Service – August 23

Sunday Mass at HOME Prayer Service – August 16

Sunday Mass at HOME Prayer Service – August 9

Sunday Mass at HOME Prayer Service – August 2

Sunday Mass at HOME Prayer Service – July 19

Sunday Mass at HOME Prayer Service – July 12

Sunday Mass at HOME Prayer Service – July 5

Sunday Mass at HOME Prayer Service – June 28

The school and religious education programs are diligently preparing for the upcoming school year.

Our youth ministry is continuing to reach out to young people through social media and text messaging.

Those who visit the sick are contacting people who are homebound, in the nursing homes or hospitalized.

Father Jason is responding to emergency calls, as well as praying for our parish and the sick.

It is very important for everyone to reflect and pray together at home with others on the scripture readings every Sunday and hopefully every day, especially while anxiously waiting to return to mass. This is the time to strengthen the domestic church by praying together with your family and learning together about God.

Click here for the DAILY READINGS.    

Many more resources and updates will be shared over the next several weeks, so check back often to read the weekly bulletin and for updates.

May God continue to bless and protect you.

In His Peace,  Fr. Jason Stone