Christmas Tournament • 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Family Choir • 6:00pm
Blue Army Holy Hour • 7:30pm
Adult Choir • 7:30pm
Thursday, December 18th
Christmas Tournament • 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Friday, December 19th
5;45p Christmas Tournament/Gym
Saturday, December 20th
Breakfast with Santa • 10:00am
Mass / Fr Hollis • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Sunday, December 21st
12N Mass Fr Chris
Mass Fr Chris • 8:00am - 9:00am
Advent Prayer Continental Breakfast/Gym • 9:00am - 10:00am
Mass Fr Hollis • 10:00am - 11:00am
March for Life
NATIONAL MARCH FOR LIFE “EVERY LIFE IS A GIFT”
Beginning our Sesquicentennial year, and hopefully for many years to come, Immaculate Conception will be participating in this most important event. We will be partnering with St. Justin Martyr and hosting a bus to Washington on January 21-22, participating in the National March for Life. This trip is made possible through the participation of Immaculate Conception parishioners in the “Spaghetti Benefit Dinner” and generous gifts from supporters of this most important cause.
All parishioners are invited to join us youth (under 13 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian)
The registration fee is $10.00 per person. Registration is necessary to confirm a seat on the bus. Registration forms will be available at the Parish Office and in the SW and SE vestibules of the Church. Please call Elayne Kramer at 440-951-7728.
Registration & other Forms to the left under Parish Documents
What a wonderful way to start off our 150th anniversary year! Monday, December 8, 2014, marked the beginning of our Sesquicentennial Year-Long Celebration - and we were able to celebrate in a grand way! We were honored that Bishop Roger Gries could join us as the main celebrant at Mass. Bishop Roger reminded us to pray during this historic year, and I echo his words. Let's pray for a successful year; may it be a time of grace for our wonderful parish.
I hope we have all noticed the beautiful outdoor lighting that has been added to the church property. What a wonderful job it is doing to "show" off our parish to the community. The lighting brings beauty, safety & security to our parish grounds, and we are most thankful to everyone who made this lighting project possible. We also want to thank all those who provided a wonderful reception and social gathering after our Mass. The people "behind" the scene, always are the ones who make our parish celebrations possible.
I hesitate to list the countless names of volunteers who have done so much thus as we begin this wonderful year of celebration in fear that I may forget someone; so I simply want to extend an overall THANK YOU to everyone who has taken such pride in our parish as we begin this joyous year!
The Adult Faith Formation Ministry will hold a twelve week study on the SACRAMENTS, from Ascension Press, on Wednesdays beginning January 14 through April 8, from 7:00 – 8:30 P.M. in St. Joseph Hall. In this study, we will open up the treasures of the Catechism of the Catholic Church to learn about the power and purpose of the sacraments, their biblical origins, how they bring us in to the actual events of Christ’s ministry, and how they provide a source of grace that can transform our lives, providing strength, healing, and hope. Registration information can be found on the parish website (www.immaculate.net), SW vestibule, and the parish office. We look forward to joining the growing number of parishioners and non-parishioners who are taking advantage of these studies to grow in faith with Jesus and one another! God bless! Deacon Paul
Flyer and Registration Form available under Parish Documents to the left.