Welcome to Immaculate Conception

Catholic Church

 

 

Immaculate Conception Church is a dynamic, welcoming, multicultural, Catholic community of believers, who work together honoring and serving the Lord through our gifts, talents and abilities. We are challenged by our baptismal call and nourished by the Eucharist to bring the good news of Christ to all.

Immaculate Conception inspired by the Holy Spirit, we live the Good News of Christ through Worship, Community and Stewardship. Immaculate Conception is the oldest standing Catholic Church in Seattle. Founded by the Jesuit Fathers, the Church was built in 1904 and declared a Historical Landmark by the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board in 1974.

Today the parish, led by Priest Administrator, Father Maurice Mamba Ngalamulume, is a rich, diverse and vibrant community of worshippers from all ethnic backgrounds and histories. Immaculate Conception Church continues its long and proud history in Seattle and plays an important role in the growth of the Archdiocese.

New Parishioners
We extend to you a sincere welcome. So that we may know and serve you better, please click here to register or ask one of the Ushers at any of the masses for a form. Completed forms can be mailed back to Immaculate Conception Church at 820 18th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122 or returned to one of our Ushers at mass. We are a welcoming Catholic community called by God to live out the message of Christ in love and service to all people. Email us.
 

 

A Prayer for Healing

For All God’s People

We remember them and we pray…. For those who lack the basic necessities of life,
who are separated from loved ones, who are anxious, isolated and are afraid,
who are unemployed and underemployed, who are dealing with mental illness and addiction, who are the essential workers in every capacity,
who have died and those who mourn them, and those who care for children and the elderly.

Heavenly Father, with confidence we come to you for healing and salvation of our country and the world. We pray for all that faith may be revived and nourished, hope sustained and enlightened, charity awakened and extended. Guides us, Lord, along this path of recovery and renewal. Amen

Each Lent, Catholic families across the country unite to put their faith into action through prayer, fasting and almsgiving. Through CRS Rice Bowl, families learn about how our sisters and brothers across the globe overcome hardships like hunger and malnutrition, and how through Lenten alms, we have the power to make the world a better place for all.

PLEASE DONATE (https://donate.seattlearchdiocese.org/ricebowl)
LEARN MORE (https://www.crsricebowl.org)

SPANISH COPY

Cada Cuaresma, las familias católicas de todo el país se une para poder su fe en acción por medio de la oración, el ayuno y la limosna. A través de la campaña Plato de Arroz de CRS, las familias aprenden cómo nuestros hermanos y hermanas de todo el mundo superan las dificultades como el hambre y la malnutrición, y cómo por medio de dar limosna tenemos el poder de hacer del mundo un mejor lugar para todos.


 

 

 

 

 

Archbishop Etienne's Statement
on Racism

 

          UPDATE ON CORONAVIRUS

Welcome back to Mass

Archbishop Etienne's Message

 

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10 a.m. live-streamed Sunday Mass Click Here

Regular Masses:Update

 Sunday:  10:00AM
Adhearing to Covid-19 guidelines; limited seating; Mass registration recommended

Masses: 8:00AM Weekdays
Wednesday, Thursday & Fridays, in the Sanctuary.  Please enter through the Rectory Door.

Stations of the Cross:
Fridays at 6:00PM; no registration required. Also, live-streamed on Facebook:  Click Here

Saturday: 5:00 P.M. (postponed until further notice due to Covid-19)
Sunday: 10:00 A.M. (limited capacity due to Covid-19)

Sundays:  Eritrean Mass at 1:00 p.m. 

Nigerian Mass 12:15 p.m. Only the first Sunday of each month

Holy Days: to be announced

Confession:  Due to Covid-19, please call for an appointment.

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Upcoming Baptism Dates:
Due to COVID restrictions, Baptisms will be scheduled by appointment.  Please submit a Baptism Request form.