From the Pastor
My Fellow Parishioners,
It has been so wonderful seeing so many of you return to Mass, and for those of you that have been unable to return yet, please know you are in my prayers. I look forward to the day we can all worship together again. Even though times are different with wearing masks, sanitizing and social distancing we are still one parish family.
After every Mass (weekend, weekday and school Masses) all the pews, bathrooms and door handles are sanitized. It is with a grateful heart that I say “Thank You” to Randy and all of the volunteers that have given of their time so generously after Mass to help clean. If you or your family is interested in helping, please contact Deacon Jude.
I very much believe that God will take care of us and that what we long to see (the end of this virus) will come to pass. Until then we keep going forward one step and one day at a time, putting our faith, trust and hope in God.
We want to stay connected with you! Watch mass live via livestream on our website and read the weekly bulletin at immaculatetc.org. The parish also has a Facebook page and a parish app, two more great resources for enriching your faith.
If you would like the bulletin mailed to your home until you are able to return to Mass, we would be happy to send it to you weekly. Contact the parish office and Kelly will get that set up for you.
“Jesus, I trust in You.”
Weekend Mass Schedule
Sunday: 8am, 10am, 12pm, 5pm
(5pm in Spanish)
Weekday Mass Schedule
No Mass Monday
Tuesday thru Friday: 8:15am
Low Gluten Communion available
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday: 3:30 – 4:30 pm (except Holy Saturday)
By appointment : 231.946.4211
Monday thru Thursday 9 am – 4 pm
Friday 9 am – noon
Closed 12-1 daily for lunch
Immaculate Conception office is located on Cedar Street, directly across the street from the church.