WELCOME TO IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH IN MAPLEWOOD, MISSOURI!
Everyone is Welcome! We have a seat for you!
The Ladies Auxiliary Pancake Breakfast
Sunday, November 4th.
8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Seniors $6, Adults $7, Children (under 8) $5.
On Sunday November 11th, Michael James Mette will be sharing his music at Immaculate Conception Parish in Maplewood, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm.
Michael is a Catholic performing artist who travels the country with his wife of 18 years, Michelle and their seven young children : Gabby (14), Trinity (13), Charity (11), Cecilia (10), Michael Jr. (8), Truman (3), and Fidelity (1). His music is a modern reflection of his faith blending alternative rock with faith based lyrics. The concert will be 90 minutes and will include performances from the whole family, lights, video, music and testimonies. Please consider attending the concert and supporting this ministry. The Mette Family will also be providing the music for our weekend Masses. Please join us in praying with them at the 4:00 pm Saturday Mass, November 10th, or the 8:30 am Sunday Mass, November 11th.
IC Welcoming/Marketing Committee Gatherings:
Saturday, November 10 after 4:00pm mass: Gather in the Rectory for a “card party” — bring a drink or snack to share
Sunday, November 11 after 8:30am mass: Gather in the Rectory for a “card party” — bring a drink or snack to share
We also have gotten approval from the Parish Council to do a small “spruce-up” of the entry foyer of our church. If you would like to help paint/move furniture, join us on October 21st after the 8:30am mass. We will work until 2pm. Join us for an hour or the whole time!”
Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Information
Victims of sexual abuse, in addition to contacting civil authorities, are asked to come forward in order to receive pastoral assistance. Reports of abuse may be made to any Pastor or to:
Deacon Phil Hengen, Director
Office of Child & Youth Protection
Missouri Department of Social Services
Children’s Division Hotline Reporting Number:
ARCHDIOCESE OF ST. LOUIS SAFE ENVIRONMENT PROGRAM
The Safe Environment Program requires all adult employees and volunteers with a likelihood of working with or near children or youth on a regular basis to comply with the following:
1. Complete a state criminal record and child abuse or neglect check.
2. Sign the acknowledgement page of the Code of Ethical Conduct.
3. Attend the Protecting God’s Children seminar.
If you have questions or need additional information, please contact Eva May at email@example.com or call the rectory at 314-645-3307. You may also contact the Office of Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 314-792-7540.
Protecting God’s Children Workshop Schedule