Welcome to Immaculate Conception Catholic Church

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 guest 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!

Meet and Greet Weekend - August 23 & 24

This weekend is one of our annual Meet & Greets following all Liturgies. Please consider staying after Mass, grabbing a hot dog or sausage biscuit, and meeting other parishioners. This is a great chance to meet and welcome new families in our parish!

RCIA Open House - Sept 9 at 7 p.m.





The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is the ministry and process which invites individuals into learning about the Catholic faith.  Persons who have not been Baptized, or those already Baptized wishing to become Catholic and/or receive Holy Communion and Confirmation embark on a journey which opens the door to Catholicism and its Sacraments.

You are invited to come and ask questions or just listen.  What is the process, when do we meet, how long is the process etc. Sometimes the most difficult part of the journey in faith is taking the first step.  Jesus is waiting.

Daily Mass Schedule Change - Effective Sep 1

In light of schedules and priest availability in the cluster and for St. Mary's Star of the Sea School, we have had to alter our daily Mass schedule at ICC.

Beginning Labor Day, the Daily Mass schedule at the parish will shift to Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 8:30 am; there will no longer be Daily Mass at Immaculate Conception on Mondays.

St. Joseph’s continues to offer Daily Mass on Monday mornings at 9:00 am. For more information, please read Fr. Prince's comments in the August 17, 2014 Bulletin

We apologize for this change, and thank you for understanding.

Back to School Supplies Collection

Our parish has partnered with the Hampton Y to help local children with school supplies. Consider making a donation in the Commons from now until Labor Day. Suggestions include: pencils, crayons, lined paper, glue, pencil boxes, erasers, note cards, ball point pens, blunt point scissors, glue sticks, composition books, tissues, and yellow highlighters.

Summer Sunday Suppers

Our Social Justice Leadership Committee has formed a temporary summer ministry to respond to the needs of our Hampton community: Summer Sunday Suppers. From thorough research, the team learned that many of the school children who rely on free lunches during the school year live in the apartments around our parish.  Now that it is summer, these children cannot count on that meal each day and many do not get enough to eat on weekends all year round.  In listening to the needs of the homeless, they learned that there are no soup kitchens open in Hampton on weekends and no food programs at all on Sundays.

Summer Sunday Suppers to feed the hungry of Hampton will take place on Sundays, through August 17, 2014 from 2:00 - 5:00pm in the Commons, and will continue until Sunday, August 24.