Education for a Lifetime
Immaculate Conception Parish offers religious education for preschool, grade school, high school, and adult aged individuals.
Religious Education Program (REP)
Our parish seeks to help all parishioners know Jesus’ love and grow in faith. REP programs strive to offer participants new insights into the message of Jesus, experiences of Christian Community and awaken a call to Gospel service.
St. Mary offers Religious Education in cooperation with St. Charles and St. Joseph parishes.
- St. Charles hosts Family Life Nights for all ages on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of September through March, beginning with the 4pm Family Life Mass and concluding at 7pm.
- Ellie Schultz - Director of Religious Education, St. Charles
Phone: (262) 763-2260 or (217) 304-7759
- St. Mary hosts weekly REP classes on Sundays from 9:15-10:15am for students in Kindergarten through 8th grade beginning in September through the end of April.
- Margie Robers - Director of Religious Education, St. Mary
Phone: (262) 763-1506 or (262) 661-9125
Program documents for 2019-2020:
NOTE: St. Mary also offers a program for children from age 4 through 2nd grade which takes place during the 8:00am Mass. (This program is not for children under 4.) The children go down to Heim Hall during the readings and return to Mass before the petitions. The purpose is to explain to the children in their own words the readings of the Mass.
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