Social Justice is an important and vibrant part of our Catholic faith. As Christians, we are called to take care of each other, and to stand up to injustice, especially against the most fragile in our society. Our Social Justice Ministry is an evolving group that strives to examine current issues and work towards resolution in conflicts. If you have an interest in being involved in our Social Justice Ministry, or have questions about what we do, please contact Claire Scott.
If you have an interest in helping with this ministry, please contact Senite Sahlezghi at 303-665-2341 for more information.
Our Mental Health Ministry offers two support groups here at Immaculate Conception Church on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of every month from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm. The PEER SUPPORT GROUP (for those dealing with mental health challenges) meets in the Family Room. The FAMILY AND FRIENDS GROUP meets in the library (near the office). Please contact Norm and Leslee Hecht for more information.
Our MOPS and MOMSnext meet on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the Month at 6:30 pm in Nuoci Hall. Come join us for friendship, sharing, laughs, crafts and food! If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Alissa Nenniger.
Our Neighbor to Neighbor Ministry works in conjunction with the Sr. Carmen Center to provide goods and services to people in need in our community. We collect food, coordinate drives, and help out with the Center when needed. If you are interested in helping our community in a very tangible way, please contact Wally Konoake for more information.
Rachel's Vineyard is ministry to help with post-abortion healing. The Rachel’s Vineyard weekend retreat format is an extremely effective and efficient format for post-abortion healing. There are numerous advantages to doing grief work without distraction or interruption from one’s job, family life and relationships. The expression of grief is extremely important in this healing process, and the retreat will foster the expression of deep and powerful emotions. It is easier for many individuals to enter the grieving process knowing they don’t have to stop after two hours and return home or to work.
Would you like to create beautiful Rosaries in your spare time? we have traditional bead kits as well as Ranger Rosaries that are created for our troops. If you would like more information, please contact Vicki Edminston.
Do you like to knit or crochet? We make lap shawls for people in nursing homes, home bound, or recovering from illness. These shawls are made with love and blessed by our priests as a warm gift to those in need in our parish. We meet the third Thursday of the month in the family room at 9:00 am. For more information, please contact Karen Ingish.