Resource Calendar

Events listed on icchampton.org are highlighted parishwide events. For a list of all functions going on within the parish. Please view our resource calendar.


event Scheduling/Promotions

Meeting/Event Space Reservation

Includes ALL forms (Meeting space reservation, map, application for special events coverage, Liquor insurance, and Fob agreement)

Complete this form only if liability insurance is NOT required (parish sponsored events only)

Application form for special event coverage (liability insurance) if you do not have your own liability coverage.
Please allow 3 weeks processing.

  • To reserve meeting space at our parish, please contact Vy Barto for scheduling and room availability.

    • Please view the parish resource calendar above to view events on the parish calendar to view availability

    • Download and fill out the event space request forms.

    • Send completed forms to Vy Barto with payment for special events liability insurance, if required. You may also provide Vy a copy of your own COI. (Parish sponsored events DO NOT require additional liability insurance, as events are covered under Diocesan rules)

    • Events are not confirmed until all forms are completed and received. Events requiring special events coverage should allow for 3 weeks processing.

  • For further promotional questions, contact Vy Barto.

Bulletin

  • For placing an announcement in our bulletin, please email iccbulletins@icchampton.org. Bulletin announcements should include the following:

  • Headline

  • Brief 2-3 sentence description

  • Event Location

  • Contact information.

  • Submissions are due by Monday at 12:00 p.m. for publication the upcoming weekend.

  • For bulletin advertising, contact Brian Williams of Liturgical Publications via email or by phone at 1-800-477-4574.


Using Our PARISH LOGO

We asked new and existing families alike, “How would you describe Immaculate Conception in one word?” Many people responded with such words as “welcoming,” “inspiring,” “diverse,” “warm,” and “engaging.”

In our logo, the curved lines of the image of Mary emphasize her warm embrace and comforting presence. The absence of facial features allows us to imagine for ourselves how Mary and her son may have looked upon one another.  And we are certain that many more interpretations of this new logo will surface in the hearts and minds of all who view it.