Immaculate Conception Catholic Church has many different Organizations to choose from and join.  Here on the right side of our page here, we have a list of all the different ones to choose from.  For more information on each organization, or if you are interested in organization, please go to the corresponding page.  For any other inquiries or other information please call the parish secretary at (636)-321-0002 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Rich Haper, (636) 942-1154

Troop 419 meets every Monday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in the Parish Center. We have created an environment for young boys to grow as leaders, citizens, and good young adults. Boys and adult leaders are welcome. One must be willing to use Scout principles and procedures


Jim Hentz, (636) 296-8835

The Cemetery Committee currently consists of three volunteers from our parish, Jim Hentz, Mike Seed and Lester Cormier. They along with other dedicated volunteers, work passionately to keep the final resting place of our fellow parishioners respectful looking and dignified. If you are interested in helping with this important work of mercy and care for our faithful departed, please call Jim Hentz.

Dave Dacus - Committee Chair: 636-208-0693
Don Haile - Cub Master: 314-226-52233

The Cub Scouts is an organization for young boys from first grade or the age of seven, to fifth grade.

Joan Steele, (636) 296-7377

This ministry has the responsibility of maintaining and improving the church grounds. They design, plant, landscape and maintain all gardens with certain exceptions, such as the cemetery. If you love gardening, this is the committee for you!

Holy Child School , (636) 321-0002, ext1-21

The Girl Scout Program has four fundamental goals. These serve as the foundation for all activities.

Lorine Lewandowski, (636) 287-6789

Five teams of volunteers alternate cleaning our church. Each team is scheduled to work every four to five weeks for approximately one and a half hours. Duties include: dusting, vacuuming, cleaning glass doors, straightening hymnals and filling holy water bowls. Any parishioner, man, woman or teen is welcome to join our ministry.

Immaculate Conception Athletic Association (ICAA)

The Athletic Association organizes games for CYC leagues and maintains the local facilities.

Jefferson County Youth Ministry

Sarah Wise, (636)-321-0002 ext. 10

JCYM Page 

Kim Darnell, (636) 333-2068

Our organization provides money to help support charities. We sponsor the Religious Information Bureau of the Knights of Columbus as well as Special Olympics and other charities.

Rich Cook, (636) 282-2202

We are an International Fraternal Organization for Catholic men and their families.

Preston Haglin, (314) 409-6935

The Men’s Club is a fraternal organization to enrich the social and spiritual life of its members and the parish.  Our goal and motto is Make IC Great Again.  We meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm. 

Men's Club Page 

Julie Engel, (636) 296-5159

The music ministry welcomes all voices and musicians. It needs you. It is not about performing. It is about using music to facilitate prayer. All voices and instruments are welcome, at anytime, and at any Mass. Simply join us to help our parish family in “making a joyful noise to the Lord”.


The parish council is the coordinating and unifying structure of the parish community. It should be the means of achieving full participation by the whole parish in the mission of the church.

Marion Zebas, (636) 296-0806

Senior Adult parishioners are brought together for friendship, education, spirituality and entertainment. The Prime Timers give witness to the parish through their desire to be an integral part of the parish faith community as well as other spiritual opportunities in the larger community. Meetings are held on the fourth Monday of every month at 7:00 pm in the Parish Center. The only requirement to join this group is that you be 50 or older.


John Harper, (636) 296-8766

To be Catholic is to be pro-life. We are a small group whose goal is to present information to our parish family on issues regarding abortion, stem cell research, cloning, research on human embryos, euthanasia and other life issues.

Evelyn Webelhuth, (636) 287-6210

We are a group of ladies who meet three times a week: Monday and Thursday from 5:00 to 9:00 pm and on Wednesday from 9:00 to 3:00 pm.

Angel Weldele, (636) 343-4310

We are a group of volunteers numbering just over 100 people who have volunteered to cook a meal for a family whose loved one has been very sick, recently had a baby, or has just come home from the hospital. We provide three meals either consecutively or in another manner suitable to the family’s needs; also bring parishioners to church or doctor.

If interested call Jim Kargus, 636-296-7133

Kathy Deddens, (636) 287-6756

Formed by faith, we are women called by Christ to grow spiritually, serve our parish, and support each other through prayer and social activities. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm in the parish center