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We Remember


Fr. Bob French, Former ICC Pastor

Dec 20, 1936 - Aug 22, 2016

Read The Letter From Our Pastor

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We Remember


Fr. Bob French, Former ICC Pastor

Dec 20, 1936 - Aug 22, 2016

Read The Letter From Our Pastor

This Month at ICC


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Worship


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Worship


Mass Schedule
Saturday - 5:30 p.m.
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.*
Tuesday - 12:15 p.m.
Wednesday & Thursday - 8:30 a.m.

*Nursery regularly available for children 12-36 months of age at our 11:00 a.m. Mass.

Reconciliation
Saturdays - 4:30-5:00 p.m.

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Community


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Community


Our Parish Mission

We are a community of imperfect men and women who strive to be faithful to the promises of our baptism by living the gospel of Jesus Christ and gathering to give praise and thanksgiving to our God in our celebrations of Eucharist. The households of our Parish represent a rich mixture of races and ethnic diversity, the married and the single and the divorced and the separated, the working and the retired, civilian and military, young people and seniors, the healthy and the infirm. Together we encourage one another to be faithful Catholics in midst of a complex and wonderful yet messy world.

Our communal celebration of liturgy is very important to us; we want it truly to be the source and summit of our spiritual lives. Hospitality is a prerequisite for the celebration of Eucharist; visitors and guests from other parishes and other diocesan churches are cordially welcomed. Your presence with us for Eucharist is a witness to your faith and thereby strengthens our faith. Welcome!

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Service


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Service


For Our Community

FOOD PANTRY

Tues-Thurs, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Begun over 20 years ago to help address hunger in our area, the Pantry now serves approximately 100 people each week from the city of Hampton. For many, our Food Pantry grocery bags are a regular and necessary food source each month. The Food Pantry is supported solely by your generous donations, grants, etc.  and the dedication of many hard working volunteers. We do our best to provide those who come to our doors with basic food items to get them through the month.

UTILITY ASSISTANCE

Mon & Thurs, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

We assist Hampton residents who may be referred by social workers or walk in needing assistance paying utility bills and medical prescriptions.

SUNDAY SUPPER

Sundays, 2 - 4 p.m.

Weekly gathering that provides those who attend with: a meal, an opportunity for socialization and community and as one guest stated, “an oasis in the desert.” The Sunday Supper was created as a means of addressing the challenge of food insecurity in the Hampton Roads area.

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Formation


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Formation


For All Ages

FAMILY OF FAITH

On Sunday mornings, we offer Family of Faith religious education for children, pre-K to grade 6 with sacramental preparation throughout the year. Our Toddler Time Nursery is also regularly available for children 12-36 months of age at our 11:00 a.m. Mass. And our Explorers of the Word program invites children ages 3-6 during Mass to hear the Scriptures and discuss them at their age level.

MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH

We offer weekly faith formation on Sunday evenings for grades 7-12, as well as regular social outings and opportunities for service. Students attend Work Camp and the Diocesan Youth Conference annually.

Young Adults

Those in their 20s and 30s, single or married, are encouraged to get involved through regular fellowship and faith sharing events, as well as organized service and outreach activities.

ADULT FAITH FORMATION

Throughout the year, there are energetic and informative adult gatherings through video series, book discussion groups and guest speakers. At all adult ages, we engage in a deeper understanding of our faith, our Church and our relationship with Jesus.

 


Our Parish Prayer

Father: 
You chose Mary as an example to us of promised intimacy with your Son, Jesus. Help us to embrace her courage, trust, and hopefulness as we journey with Jesus.
When we are met with surprises and interruptions, help us to see them as opportunities of grace. 
When we question your ways, help us to remember Mary and her perfect trust in You. 
When we feel defeated by the difficulties and challenges of life, help us to understand Mary’s unfailing faith. 


Your parish here in Hampton is a pilgrim parish, seeking always to meet your people wherever they may be and longing to understand our faith in Word, Worship, and Service. 
As our futures unfold at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, help us to remain in the present moment and not to be concerned with things that defy our comprehension. Mary looks to her Son, Jesus. Through her intercession, as we continue our journey, may we too look to Jesus. Amen.