Pillar of Service
Whether administrative or social, seasonal or year-round, IC has numerous service opportunities.
Administration Commission is comprised of those interested in the finances, long range planning, stewardship, and building maintenance of our parish facilities.
contact: Jim Schmitz
AA/Al Anon meets every Wednesday at 7:00 pm at Immaculate Conception. The Wednesday meetings are listed as closed which means they are offered for 12-step program members only. An open 11th Step AA meeting is held every Saturday at 11:00 am and all are welcome. Meetings are held in the lower level of the parish rectory.
contact: Fr. Matthew Flatley
Blood Drive, sponsored by the Social Concerns Commission and coordinated by the American Red Cross, is held two times per year, once in the spring and once in the fall. Volunteers help with set-up and serving of refreshments after blood donations.
contact: Dan Muessig
Church cleaning volunteers take a turn cleaning the church. Names and month for cleaning are published in the parish’s weekly bulletin.
contacts: Susan Eiken at 573-338-5514 and Donna Bruemmer
Dream Team volunteers help on Tuesdays with general parish maintenance of the physical plant doing clean up, painting, electrical, etc.
contact: Duane Rivers
Giving Tree volunteers help organize and sort the Christmas gifts donated by IC parishioners for pick up by families in need who have registered with the Samaritan Center.
contact: Jennifer Cassmeyer
Holy Name Society welcomes all men 18 and older of the parish. They meet monthly on the 2nd Monday at 7:00 am in Pleus Hall except the summer months of June, July, and August. They host two breakfasts the 1st Sunday in March and November for the parish, in addition to a November Turkey Raffle the Monday before Thanksgiving.
contact: Kevin Pleus
The Mustard Seed Project volunteers support an ongoing rummage sale located in the McCarty Plaza (the former Save-a-Lot space). The proceeds from this venture are used for our parish, primarily to supplement fees/tuition for school children whose families need assistance. Stay uipdated on social media for donation dates, types of donations accepted, and dates/hours of operation.
For more information, contact Carol Otto.
IC Pillars volunteers help serve and clean up for the luncheons after quarterly anointing Masses.
contact: Sue Talken
Immaculata Club welcomes all ladies of the parish to join an existing chapter, form a new chapter of parish friends, or to be a member-at-large. We meet for Catholic fellowship, social activity, spirituality and service. Our service projects help to support our parish and school through our spirituality and fundraising activities.
contact: Patty Skain
Immaculate Conception Endowment Fund is a permanent fund managed exclusively to provide annual income directly for the IC Parish budget. Please consider the IC Endowment Fund when making decisions regarding memorials for deceased loved ones and in estate planning, bequests, and donations.
contact: David Saucier
Knights of Columbus is a men’s fraternal organization serving Immaculate Conception and local organizations using the principles of Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism. Catholic men 18 and over are eligible to join.
contact: Grand Knight Mark Javersak
Maintenance/Facilities: Asphalt/concrete, carpentry, electrical, mechanics, painting, plumbing skills are occasionally needed in the parish.
contact: Duane Rivers
Parish Archive volunteers maintain files to document the history of the parish happenings.
contact: Parish Office
Repairers of the Breech volunteers seek to offer a loving and effective response to those who approach our parish in crisis. We do this as disciples of Jesus Christ, providing timely assistance and / or appropriate information, referral, and follow-up to see that their needs are addressed.
For more information, contact Roxane Bly.
This group is for women and men willing to help one of our many parish groups to write and print letters, stuff envelopes, provide graphic design/digital layout skills, help to create flyers and logos, etc. We must all be good Stewards and the many parish groups and organization often time need help to fulfill their varied mission. We are better together!
contact: Parish Office
Quilting members enjoy sharing the skill of quilting, meeting every Monday to quilt and for the fellowship. Quilts are donated for fundraisers within the parish as well as for requests within the community.
contact: Sharon Brauner 573-636-4812
Servers assist the priest during Mass and other liturgical celebrations. Any student who has completed fourth grade may train to serve.
contact: Phyllis Emmel
St. Ann’s Sodality promotes fellowship with Catholic women in the parish and community. They meet monthly for a potluck luncheon and business meeting. Afterwards the members play bingo and visit with friends. They have various service projects throughout the year. They meet the first Thursday of every month.
contact: Judy Birk
St. Michael Security Ministry volunteers develop plans and provide training to address facility security concerns.
contact: Jeff Stockman
Visioning Committee is a group of parishioners working to ensure a plan for the future of our parish and campus. This committee has worked since early 2020 to assess the current facilities to address the safety and accessibility for all parishioners, students, faculty, and visitors. They continue to explore the vision and feasibility of potential extensive renovation, addition, or new construction of some facilities.
School volunteers help at our parish school in various ways as needed.
contact: Janie Wyrick