The following is a sampling of ministries and events that take place when there is not a Pandemic.
We look forward to life getting back to normal so we can resume these important community meetings.
The rosary is recited every Tuesday at church. All are welcome to join each and every week they are available to come.
The Stitchery Group meets each Wednesday in the Church Narthex. Bring your crocheting or knitting and join the group.
(Public Action to Deliver Shelter/Sustenance)
The PADS shelter at Immaculate Conception Parish is open from October through April. It provides a place to sleep, eat dinner and breakfast, as well as a sack lunch to go. If you would like to volunteer for our Parish please contact the parish office.
All Commissions Meeting
All of the Commissions within the Parish will gather on the fourth Thursday of the month.
Building Community & Fellowship
Organizations from the parish help with the preparation and serving of coffee and doughnuts after Mass one weekend each month in the Narthex of the Church. Stop by after Mass and visit while enjoying refreshments.
ICC CCW Meeting
All women of the Parish are invited to the CCW (Council of Catholic Women) monthly meeting held in the St. Angela Room of Immaculate Conception School. There will be no meetings in June or July.
St. Angela Room
The Pro-Life group meets the third Sunday of each month in the church narthex. Everyone is welcome to attend to discuss the gift of life from conception to natural death.
The Men’s Club meets on the third Wednesday of every month. All men of Immaculate Conception are welcome.
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus meet on the third Thursday of every month in the Meeting House. The meeting begins with a light dinner followed by the monthly meeting. All men of Immaculate Conception are welcome to attend.
The 2020 Lenten Luncheon Theme is “Praying in the Spirit”. During our Lenten Luncheon fellowship time, we will explore our communing with the Lord. Prayer is an essential foundational building block in our Christian lives. In our present day, we are all called to prayer. This year we’ll look at some of the central ingredients of prayer. This Wednesday, we will be discussing Thanksgiving in prayer.
Baptismal Preparation Class
Welcoming a child through birth or adoption is an act of faith, as well as an act of love. Call the Parish Office to get registered for the class.