We are a faith community of Roman Catholic Christians dedicated to lovingly extending the mission and ministry
of Our Lord, Jesus Christ, through Word, Sacrament
and Christian Service to the people of Ravenna and the surrounding area, all to the Glory of God.
...for visiting us at Immaculate Conception.
This website contains information about our numerous ministries and outreach programs, and many photographs of the beautiful surroundings of the church and its people. As you explore our site, please know you are always welcome!
Celebrating Thanksgiving With the
Ravenna CommunityImmaculate Conception Parish is hosting the annual Ravenna
Area Ministerial Association, Thanksgiving Prayer Service on
Sunday, November 23 at 6:00pm in church. There will be a
fellowship social after the prayer service in Tobin Hall. Please
plan on attending with your family to give thanks to God for
all the many blessings we have received during the year. An Invitation to All High School Students Fun activities are being planned for the first Sunday of every month through the end of the year! We need YOU -- Get involved this fall!
Mark you calendars for these up-coming events:
December 7 - Making Christmas Cookies, Cards & Gift Bags for Catholic Charities
Keep checking the parish bulletin or the website for more information about each activity, or call the parish office.
Dr. Scott Hahn Presentations November 30On Sunday, November 30, 2014,
Dr Scott Hahn, noted Catholic author, professor and speaker, will
present:"The Lamb's Supper"
at 3:00pm , and "The Bible, the Eucharist and the
New Evangelization" at 6:30pm
at St. Patrick Church, 313 N. Depeyster St., Kent.
Sessions will be held in the Church. For more
information please call 330-677-4453.Lessons & Carols at St. PatrickOn Sunday, December 7, at 3:00pm the parish family of St.
Patrick Catholic Church (Kent) invites you to celebrate the
true meaning of Christmas with the men and women of the
Saint Patrick Music ministry as they offer an hour of Lessons
and Carols. The Lessons and Carols will
take place in the church, and is free and open to the public.
Come and join us in prayer and song during this joyous
holiday season. Ministering to the HomeboundIf you are aware of anyone who is homebound and in need or desire of our support, or who is in need of the Sacrament of the Sick or Communion, please contact the church office at 330-206-6434Prayer ListShould you desire to have someone placed on the prayer list, or you would like to receive a monthly list to pray for, please contact the parish office. Again, thank you to everyone who offers their ministry of prayer.