Faith Formation at
Immaculate Conception Church
Faith Formation registration for the 2020-2021 school year has begun!
PLEASE NOTE CHANGES IN DATES & TIMES!
Due to the most recent health guidelines, Grades K-6 will only be offered in-person at 10:00 am on Sundays at Immaculate Conception. Classes are scheduled to begin October 4th.
A family led virtual class is also available. For more information, contact Christy Warren, Director of Religious Education, at
Confirmation 1 & 2 Classes are on Monday evenings, 7:00-8:00 pm beginning with the 6:30 pm Mass. Classes are scheduled to begin October 5th.
Forms are available in the church vestibule, in the church office or online at www.icgc510.org.
The cost is $40 (family fee) plus $15 per child book fee, not to exceed $90.
If your child needs to be baptized, please stop by the church office with your form.
If you are registering a child for a Sacrament class (First Holy Communion or Confirmation), you must submit the child’s long form birth certificate and a copy of the Baptism certificate (even if they were baptized at Immaculate Conception) to complete the registration.
For First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion, a child must attend 2nd grade or Sacramental Faith Formation classes.
For Confirmation, a potential candidate must complete both Confirmation 1 & 2 Classes. Confirmation preparation is a 2 year program.
Consistent attendance in all classes is expected.
IMPORTANT - Please Continue: Supporting all pro-life legislation - Contacting your State Senator to support the Heartbeat Bill H3020 (without exceptions), to vote for cloture, and to vote in favor of the bill. And to also support the Personhood Act. To find your State Senator: https://www.scstatehouse. ov/le islatorssearch.php . We all have an opportunity to make a difference for the protection of Mother and Child and for the protection of the family. Please also keep your efforts and all efforts to save lives in your prayers. The most important 2020 election for President will be this year on November 3, 2020. There is a clear distinction between the candidates who are running. One is pro-life and the other is pro-abortion. It is clear that we as Christians vote pro-life and against a pro-death candidate so our future brothers and sisters in Christ will survive. Thank you.
Holy Family- Light Our Way in Love and Charity” To all Catholic men (at least 17 1/2 years old), we invite you to join us. As a Knight, you will enjoy camaraderie and the benefits offered by the Knights of Columbus for you and your family. You can help us promote charity, protect religious freedom, and serve the Church and our community. Upcoming events: Gentlemen, now is the right time to become a Knight of Columbus. Join our Catholic Fraternal Organization, contact Grand Knight John McCauley at 570-241-1559 or email@example.com. Council 11991 website:
OCTOBER IS RESPECT LIFE MONTH
If you know of a mom who is in a crisis pregnancy and/or who needs help, please let her know that she is not alone and that there is help for her and her unborn baby. Please share with her about these two pro-life pregnancy centers: Birthright of Charleston - 843-556-4403, and the Lowcountry Pregnancy Center – 843-553-3505. They both offer love and support in a non-judgmental way. And they offer everything she will need for her and her baby to have an opportunity for a happy and successful life. Please be sure to share this information. Mother and Child, Love them both. Behold, the eyes of the Lord are on those who fear Him, who hope in His merciful love, to rescue their souls from death, to keep them alive in famine. (cf. PSALM 33:18-19)
Citizenship and your vote.
We have a dual heritage as both faithful Catholics and American citizens. As Catholics, our baptismal commitment to bear public witness to values of Jesus Christ requires our active participation in the democratic life of our nation. As Americans, we have a serious moral obligation to vote. To view the many issues we face, please visit: Vote on November 3rd!ion and to register go to: www.meconferencesc.net
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus will be selling religious Christmas cards at the Mission after Mass on October 11 & 25, November 8 & 22, and on December 6.
Oct 25 and Nov 1 after Sunday Mass
will be an opportunity to sign up for various committees to help plan our new Church.
To donate online :
Online Giving is now available on MyParishApp!
Our Immaculate Conception Parish app is available to download for iPhone and Android smartphones. Stay connected with our parish throughout the week with instant notifications, an easy-to-access event calendar, and the ability to quickly reply to or share messages via Facebook or Twitter. Also enjoy an array of additional features like prayers, daily readings, helpful reminders to silence your phone before Mass or Confession, and much more. Download our app today. It’s easy to do. Send a text to 88202 with the word “app”, scan the QR code in the corner or download the app in your app store. When making an online donation, please be sure to add “Mission at Cane Bay” in the notes section.
We are truly grateful for your generosity and support.