Here are just some of the parish activities Immaculate Conception offers throughout the year! These events are open not only to parishioners, but to the whole community! Be sure to stay tuned to our social media outlets, the bulletin, and posters in the annex hall to find out when and where these events are taking place.
Stewardship Small Groups
Our stewardship small groups form and meet during Lent and Advent using the "Grateful Living: the Joy of Stewardship" resource. Watch the bulletin, social media and this link to find out how to participate when groups form and meetfor the season.
Second Sunday Sweets
One the second weekend of every month, our annex meeting rooms welcome all parishioners to stop by for a beverage an a snack while visiting with others. It's a great opportunity to connect with old friends and meet new ones!
Holy Name Pancake Breakfast
Men of the Holy Name Society host this signature fellowship event twice a year, serving all-you-can-eat pancakes, sausage, coffee and milk.
Hosted by our local Red Cross and IC's Social Concerns Commission, this signature event is held twice each year.
Tuesdays with Faith
Small group that meets to view and share based on a variety of video resources to explore life and faith in an open and welcoming atmosphere
Spring Neighborhood Cleanup
Volunteers gather on a Saturday morning to walk the surrounding neighborhoods of IC to pick up trash off the sidewalks and vacant lots, assisting residents when needed to place large items on the curb ahead of the citywide bulk item trash pickup.
All are welcome to join in this unique prayer discipline every Friday at 11 am in the Emmaus Room (lower level of rectory). Fr. Matt will teach the method to any who are unfamiliar.
Immaculate Club Fall Raffle
All parishioners are invited to support the Immaculata Club with a donation towards tickets for drawings of wonderful prizes from area businesses!
Community Thanksgiving Dinner
Our parish hosts a free, homecooked Thanksgiving meal for anyone who needs food or fellowship on Thanksgiving Day.
Older adults are invited to fellowship together at a luncheon in Pleus Hall following the quarterly Anointing Masses.
Soup and Substance
Watch the bulletin and social media for these new faith formation events that include good food and fellowship!
Young Adults (ages 18-30-ish) are invited to join any of our parish activities, organizations, ministries and programs!