Church of the Immaculate Conception
Eucharist is the "source and summit of the Christian life" (CCC 1324)
Saturday - 5:00pm Sunday - 9:00am
Daily Mass is celebrated at Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday at 9:00am
For the most up to date information about Covid-19 protocols visit this page
Holy Days - Please refer to the weekly bulletin and our website calendar
** Reminder ** If the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Central School District is closed or delayed due to inclement weather then Daily Mass (both in-person and livestreamed) is cancelled for that morning.
Children's Liturgy is for children who are at least four years old but have not yet received First Eucharist. Children are invited to share Liturgy of the Word together during 11:00am Sunday Mass as scheduled. (Please note: Children's Liturgy is currently suspended due to Covid-19 restrictions)
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is scheduled to resume on
Tuesdays beginning November 30th from 1pm - 8pm
The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available Saturdays at 4:00pm in the Confessional (south side of the Church) and by appointment.
Infant baptism is celebrated with registered parishioners who have participated in our Parish baptismal preparation. Baptismal preparation sessions are typically scheduled once per month on a weekday evening. For detailed information on the Celebration of Infant Baptism, click HERE. Interested parishioners are invited to contact the Parish Office.
First Eucharist is celebrated during regularly scheduled weekend liturgies in Spring, as scheduled. Children are prepared to receive the Sacrament through participation in the Faith Formation Program while in 2nd grade. In addition to bi-weekly sessions on the day selected by the each family; the program includes at home faith experiences, intergenerational evenings, a retreat and rehearsal. Questions regarding First Eucharist should be directed to Sarah Stygles, Coordinator of Family and Elementary Formation.
Confirmation is typically celebrated in the Spring of 11th grade. The specific date for Confirmation is set by the Bishop's Office. After completion of 10th grade catechesis, candidates enroll in an immediate preparation program including a commitment to prayer, liturgy, large and small group sessions, sponsor and candidate interaction and a full day retreat. Questions regarding Confirmation for teens and young adults should be addressed to Caitie Lashbrooks, Coordinator for Youth and Young Adult Ministry.
Registered parishioners who wish to celebrate their marriage at Immaculate Conception are asked to contact the Parish Office at least six months prior to the anticipated date and before any other arrangements have been finalized. For detailed guidelines on Marriage requirements and photographs from recent weddings, please click here.
Anointing of the Sick
A communal celebration of the Sacrament of the Sick takes place seasonally and by appointment. Please contact the Rachel Winters, Pastoral Care Coordinator for details. In case of serious illness or hospitalization, please contact the Parish Office at (518) 399-9168.