Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Updates
An update from Immaculate Conception Catholic Church regarding public presence at the parish
Since resuming in-person Mass back in June, the church has remained open after each Daily Mass until noon to give people the opportunity to come and pray. We’ve found that, with rare exceptions, only people who attend the Mass are staying to pray, therefore, starting Monday, July 27, 2020, we will close the church at 10:30 am, Mon-Fri.
Please remember: If you are sick in any way please do not come to Mass, the parish office or any other meeting on campus, all Masses can be viewed on-line and a virtual meeting can be arranged in most cases. Please help us keep everyone safe.
If you or a loved one has tested positive for COVID-19, the Friars and Staff at Immaculate Conception want you to know that we are here to support you. Please contact the parish office to speak with Margie or Katushka to let them know you have tested positive. We can offer some financial assistance through our COVID-relief fund, and we have a team of volunteers who are ready to drop off groceries or help run errands if you are under quarantine. We are also here to pray with and for you as you focus on recovering.
Our Parish office re-opened on Monday June 1st, 2020.
We are now open Monday through Friday, 9 to 5 pm. Only one person or family may be in the waiting area at any time and there will be no in-person meetings held in the office. All persons anywhere on ICC campus must wear a face mask at all times and remain at least 6 feet apart from people they do not live with. There are no public restrooms or drinking fountains, so please plan accordingly. Anyone with a cough, fever, or any other symptom of a possible Coronavirus infection should not come to the office or Church. Anyone displaying symptoms will be refused entry. Please be considerate of others and stay home if you have any reason to think you may have come into contact with someone who is infected or are infected yourself.
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Pastor's update - Wednesday, May 27, 2020 / Video
Below is a detailed list of what activities will resume and the associated restrictions starting June 1, 2020:
Pastor's update (video) - May 27, 2020