To connect people to GOD and to each other
...the supremacy of God in all things...
Today, we reflect on the Baptism of our Lord, Jesus Christ by John the Baptist. John says that he has baptized with water, but that the one who is to come will baptize with the Holy Spirit.
Our parish has had to make changes and accommodations in observance of health and government restrictions. Please check here regularly in order to ensure you have the most current information regarding mass schedule changes, livestreams and alterations to mass observance.
Our Renovation is Complete!
Masses at ICC Mahwah
Masses will be in church. There are 24 numbered "worship spots" where you can choose to sit when you come. The "prayer spot" # 1 is always reserved for Lectors and their party. (Your seat number should be in front of you). Three (3) is the maximum number of persons that can be accommodated per "prayer spot".
Please continue Pre-registering via our parish website. Only one registration per "prayer spot" is needed as long as you don't exceed the maximum number of 3. If you are four (4) in your party, please register for two (2) "prayer spots."
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, Masses have a limited number of allowed participants. Please use the registration form below to reserve a seat in advance.
Mass sign-ups begin on the Monday of each week and will close on Saturday.
Join us on this page to participate in liturgies celebrated daily by our pastor, Rev. Fr. JM Manolo A. Punzalan, STL, M.A.
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When joining at a later time, a recording of the latest liturgy is available.
Mass Livestreaming is done through Facebook. You do not need a facebook account to watch mass, however, joining and subscribing helps us to cultivate our online community so we encourage you to do so.
Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:00 P.M.
Sunday Communion Service
In light of the Pandemic, parishioners who wish to receive communion, but are not comfortable attending mass, may watch our livestream mass and gather later to receive communion in person.
Parish Office Hours
Sunday - 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
Weekly Parish Bulletin
Communion Service: 12:15 P.M.
Sunday Mass: 7:30 A.M., 9:30 A.M., 11:30 A.M.
Monday to Thursday - 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
Due to renovations, Mass is now held at Maryrest Cemetery. Directions can be found below.
At this time of year, our hearts are moved even more to generosity. We buy gifts for those we love, we spend more on special foods to celebrate Christmas and we splurge to express our joy for all the blessings we have in our lives.
Hopefully we also remember the poor and those in need who don’t have the means to celebrate as some of us can.
We ask everyone also to remember our Immaculate Conception Church at Christmas. We work hard year round to worship God as Christ commanded us, and to bring the Good News of salvation to all through the celebration of the sacraments and the many ministries we have here at ICC.
We can only do this because of the generosity of our members and visitors who support our parish. The Year end donations make up an important part of our annual budget.
If you haven’t done so already, please remember to offer a gift to the Church this year at Christmas.
Help us to continue to bring the good news of the coming of the Lord Jesus to all.
Only one intention per mass
A minimum of $10.00 Donation is requested
Write the following in formation in the Memo:
The Intention for the Mass
Specify if the intention is for the Deceased
or the Living
Date and Time of the Mass Requested
Full Name, Contact Number and E-mail
An e-mail confirmation signifies that we have received your request, but is not an assurance that you will get the exact date and time requested.
MASS INTENTION REQUESTS
365 Days Prayer Candle
Celebrate the life of family or friends with a Prayer Candle.
You can also offer Prayer Candle to the living. Prayer Candles burn brightly night and day as expressions of prayer for special intentions. The living flame of each candle is a beautiful symbol of both prayer and of hope.
Special votive lights are located at the shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe. In the shrine are the statues of St. John Paul II, St. Theresa of Calcutta, St. Padre Pio and St. Jude. Once lit, they burn 24 hours a day for one year.
The glow of these votive lights in the darkened church is a powerful testimony to the life of prayer that is evidenced by so many at Immaculate Conception Church. The candle will be inscribed with the name of your loved one and will burn for them the entire year.
The number available is limited. We are currently accepting requests for these memorial votive candles. Please call the parish office.
The fee is $150 per candle.
Holy See Vatican City
Archdiocese of Newark
Our parish diocese homepage
Catholic Living Will
Document for those looking to
prep area living will.
Guide for Novena Payers for the Dead
2020 Novenas for the Deceased
Funeral Liturgy Planner
Guide for mass of Christian Burial
If you are financially able, we ask that you please continue to support Immaculate Conception Church with your contributions.
Thank you for your generosity, and please be assured of my prayers for you and your families as together we weather this storm and prevent the suffering of those most vulnerable among us.
If you need assistance to sign-up for our online donation “Parish Giving,” please call our Office Manager Josephine Balsamo at
If you have questions about your memorialization or are interested in procuring one, please contact our Parish Office Manager Josephine Balsamo at 201-710-0388.
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