Worship Home
Immaculate Conception Parish provides warm, welcoming liturgies with relevant, Scripture based homilies that encourage and challenge our community to live a Christ-Centered life in today’s world. 
 
Our Parish provides worship opportunities that attract all age groups with special emphasis on those who may be marginalized or may be experiencing limited participation. When parishioners leave Church our goal is to have  “their hearts are burning to know love and serve God by loving and serving others.”

 



 
 
Do you know WHY we do WHAT we do
during the celebration of the Mass?
 
Very often we do things out of habit rather than
reflecting WHY we are doing that action. 

The true beauty of the Mass can be seen more clearly when it is
broken down into its components and explained in a way
that puts emphasis on why an action is made
as opposed to what the action is.

Click here to see why we do what we do during every celebration of the Mass.


 
 
    Lent Resources
  • LENT 2019

     
    Lent invites us to turn our minds and hearts back to the God of mercy. Discover inspiring ways to observe the season with these ideas.

    Liturgical Year: Lent
    Bookmark this link for a full selection of Lenten articles, activities, prayers, and videos.

    Living Lent Daily
    Explore themes of mercy through daily reflections delivered to your e-mail inbox.

    Lenten Resources for Catechists
    Journey with your class and fellow catechists and teachers with the aid of articles and activities from Catechist’s Journey

    Stations of the Cross
    Experience this common Lenten devotion with increased understanding this year. Use our popular Stations of the Cross for Children, available in English and in Spanish, or read helpful articles by Gary Jansen and James Campbell.

    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure
    Join in an adapted version of the Spiritual Exercises, perfectly timed as a Lent and Easter retreat. Author Fiona Basile will share her experiences with the Ignatian Prayer Adventure through posts on Wednesdays, starting March 6.

    Recursos cuaresmales
    Find a selection of Lenten activities and articles in Spanish.