Christian Education & Spiritual Development Commission
The Christian Education Commission works to provide educational and spiritual opportunities such as the parish mission, Advent and Lent reflection guides, IC Reads book discussion, annual soup supper with Advent prayer, gift books for Christmas, Scripture Study groups, small group discussions for Lent, pathway to online resources, and speakers on assorted Catholic topics.
For more information or to get involved, please consult the bulletin or your Parish Guidebook for a contact name, phone number, and/or email.
This course is a series of weekly meetings led by parishioners to explore life and faith in an open and welcoming atmosphere. It is a time to meet new people, have a great meal together, and draw closer to Jesus. Everyone is welcome and there is no cost and no commitment.
The RCIA team helps to prepare and teach people desiring to become Catholic or those who simply want information about the church. RCIA Sponsors accompany candidates and catechumens in their faith journey as they prepare to become Catholic, attending all meetings (January through Easter) with their assigned person to support them and help them find answers to questions that may arise.
This committee helps to make the parish aware of the need for vocations and possible ways to foster vocations.
These are adults who meet with the high school youth of our parish in preparation for the sacrament of Confirmation.
Children’s Liturgy of the Word
Teachers and aides meet with children ages 4 through first grade to celebrate the readings from Mass, pray and sing together. They meet in the St. Ann’s room at the beginning of the 9 AM Mass (Sept. until May, not Christmas or Easter) and return after the gifts are brought to the altar. No prior registration is required to participate.
Immaculate Conception School
School Groups & Volunteers
Parish School of Religion (PSR)
On Wednesday evenings, our Catholic faith is taught by lay teachers to our young people in grades 1-8 who are not enrolled in our Catholic school.
Vacation Bible School
Volunteers from the ages 10-90 help during this exciting weeklong of mornings filled with fun and learning for youth about the riches of the Bible for preschoolers to 4th grade.
Members of this ministry work with programs, activities or events to build relationships with God and teens.
Boy Scouts/Cub Scouts
This program is available to boys from first grade through the age of eighteen, with Cub Scouts having more family-oriented activities and Boy Scouts being geared more towards developing personal religious values, learning the principles of American heritage and government, and acquiring skills to become successful adults
This communication channel receives prayer requests for various needs through e-mail.
Telephone Prayer Line
This ministry receives telephone calls to ask for prayers for various needs.
Legion of Mary
This group performs spiritual works of mercy and any member of the parish may join.