Catholics in Clarksville since 1845                 7th Street & Franklin Street

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The Narthex Bulletin Boards are also maintained by Judy. Thank you, Fr. Steve



IC Religious Education Classes  

     Classes began Sunday August 14


RCIA: Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults   

     9:15 am to 10:30 am in the St. Joseph Room


Adult Catechism @ Immaculate Conception

     Next Session, January 5:  THE  TRINITY

     Outlines of previous sessions



See the   CONTACT  US   page for Sign-Up & Info Forms.



     Saturday, December  3, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

     in the Family Life Center


Anger the Jesus Way

     Sunday December 11, 6:45 pm to 8:15 pm

     in the Saint Joseph Room


At-Home Retreat with the Gospel of Matthew

     Orientation in the Saint Joseph Room

     on Friday December 16 at 5:30 pm

     Optional meetings on Fridays through Feb. 10, 2017


Called & Gifted Workshop on Spiritual Gifts

     Saturday 8:30 am to 2:00 pm, December 31, 2016

     in the Saint Joseph Room


Becoming a Man of God

     April 7-9, 2017   Fr. David Meconi, S.J.

     at Bethany Retreat House in Dickson, Tennessee

     an Apostolate of the Dominican Sisters of Nashville


See the   CONTACT  US   page for Sign-Up & Info Forms.



We enter the Main Church for Sunday Masses

through the courtyard behind the Old Chapel.


Picture Directory



Appointments are available for parishioner portraits for the

New Parish Picture Directory

on December 8-10, 2016

Thursday & Friday from Noon to 7:00 pm
Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

in the St. Joseph Room at 709 Franklin Street,

across Franklin Street from the Old Chapel.

You will receive one 8 by 10 inch print free!

Pictures taken by November 5 will be available by Christmas!


Sunday and Weekday Mass

Sacraments & Funerals


Historic Chapel


Spanish Mass:

  Sunday 1:00 pm Church

  Wednesday 7:30 pm Chapel

Sunday Religious Education

Nocturnal Adoration Society



Liturgical Ministries

Volunteer Possibilities




WGIC 94.9 IC Radio

Rite of Christian Initiation

    for Adults and Children

Faith Sharing Groups

Haiti & Chiapas Missions

Outreach Apostolates

Pro Life and More...


Religious Education for Youth

Adult Religious Education

Catechist Training

Parish Library


Knights of Columbus

IC Council of Catholic Women

Legion of Mary

Catholic Students at APSU


International Festival


Grades K-8   Good Teachers

in a Faith-Filled Environment

1901 Madison Street


9 months to 5 years old

in the Family Life Center

740 Franklin Street


Parish office Monday-Friday 8 AM to 4 PM   709 Franklin Street Clarksville, TN 37040-3347   Ph 931-645-6275   Fax 931-552-0331

                    (Summer Fridays 8 AM to Noon)


School office    1901 Madison Street    Clarksville, TN 30743-5001     Phone 931-645-1865    Fax 931-931-645-1160


Pre-School office    740 Franklin Street    Clarksville, TN  37040     Phone 931-647-9276

Mission Statement

We strive to be a vibrant parish unified by our sacramental participation in the Catholic Church. We seek to be an inclusive, caring, and unified congregation and to be effective stewards of the gifts with which we have been blessed by God. We will work together serving our God, our Church, and our community. We will focus on spiritual growth and renewal to better serve the needs of all people.


The Parish of Immaculate Conception  has been part of the life of Clarksville and Montgomery County since 1845 as one community of believers in the universal Church of Jesus Christ, and with a Catholic School beginning in 1860.


May we invite you to use the web sites of the parish and school and pre-school as an occasional tool for discernment of how God might be calling you in these days, and ponder that the word we use most often to describe what we do when we come together (the Mass ) is rooted in a Latin word that means being sent on mission (Missio ).




Rev. Steve Wolf, Pastor

Rev. Chris Nunes, Associate Pastor

Rev. Emmanuel Dirichukwu, Associate Pastor

The parish staff and people of Immaculate Conception Church

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