Conception Church

Immaculate Conception Church Is a Catholic Community Whose Spiritual, Educational, Charitable and Social Programs Strive to Bring All People Closer to God.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

First Friday May 7 @ 5:00-8:00am ~ Second Monday May 20 @ 2:00-4:00pm ~ Third Sunday May 16 *after 10:00am Mass ~ Fourth Saturday May 22 @ 6:00pm-7:00am Sunday                    

Tim Francis Eucharistic Miracles

Wednesday, May 26, 6:30-9:00pm in Church.  Go to                         

Adoration & Praise Night

Monday, May 24, 7:00-8:00pm, in Church.  Spend some time praising Jesus!  IC Praise Team will be providing music.                           

Jesus and the Jewish Roots of Mary Parish Bible Study

Thursdays at 6:30pm in the Fellowship Room through May 27.  Books provided.  

Parish Capital campaign

Building Our Church, Sharing Our Faith, Growing Our Community

Case Statement

Our capital fundraising campaign has begun to build our new church. The case statement is availabe for review.

Church Rendering

Upper Level

The upper level of the new building includes worship space, gathering space, ADA compliant entrances and elevator, and covered drop off space.

Lower Level

The lower level includes a fellowship hall, classrooms, storage areas, rooms for youth activities, and choir practice.

By The Numbers

Diocesan guidance states  we must have the entire campaign for phase 1 in pledges with half that amount in cash on hand to break ground. Here is where we currently stand and we could use your help.

  • Phase 1 Goal – 9.5 million
  • Current Pledges – 4.1 million
  • Parish families Contacted – 12%

Faith Formation


The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA), or Ordo Initiationis Christianae Adultorum, is a process developed by the Catholic Church for prospective converts to Catholicism who are above the age of infant baptism. Candidates are gradually introduced to aspects of Catholic beliefs and practices. The basic process applies to adults and children who have reached catechetical age. For those who join an RCIA process it is a period of reflection, prayer, instruction, discernment, and formation. 

Bible Studies

Catholic Bible studies are an important way of understanding the Catholic Faith. The more we can understand the inspired writings in the books of the Bible, the more we understand the beliefs, celebrations and rituals of our Faith. Simply reading the Bible can be confusing, so reliable Bible studies are indispensable.  We have a number of Bible Studies happening in our parish.  Contact the Parish Office for more information.  

youth & Family ministries

Junior Apostles

Junior Apostles is “youth group” for all junior high school students (grades 6-8).  Junior Apostles includes our regular Kaboom nights and our Luke 18 Retreat, among other things.  Watch the bulletin and social media for dates and other Junior Apostles events throughout the year.

Youth Spirit

Youth Spirit is youth group for all high school teens (grades 9-12).  Youth Spirit follows the Life Teen model of Gather, Proclaim, Break, and Send, “leading teens closer to Christ, connecting them to the life of the parish, and infusing the surrounding community with the light of Christ.”  Watch the bulletin and social media for Youth Spirit events throughout the year.

Family Ministry

Family Ministry is for all families of Immaculate Conception parish regardless of age, size, or make up.  Our goal is to pull all families into the life of the parish, affirm and equip parents as primary teachers of the faith, and encourage the building up of the Domestic Church.  We host regular family events throughout the year.  Watch the bulletin and social media for Family events and information.  


Fr. Randy Tochtrop


Michele Campbell


Walt Biri


Jerry Ganiel 
Music Director


Alvin Stoverink


Kelly Mansfield
Office Manager


Meg Garner 
Director of Youth & Family Ministry