Immaculate Conception Church
Immaculate Conception Church




After the Ascension of the Lord, but before Pentecost,

the eleven remaining apostles gathered with about 120 in the Upper Room,

including some women, and Mary the mother of Jesus, and his brothers.

Peter stood in the midst of the brothers and said,

...Therefore, it is necessary that one of those who accompanied us

the whole time the Lord Jesus came and went among us,

beginning from the baptism of John

until the day on which he was taken up from us,

become with us a witness to his resurrection...

They chose Matthias,

and he was counted with the eleven apostles.

See the Book of Acts 1:13-15,21,22


So could you stand up in front of ten people, or sitting tell just one,

- the story of the baptism of Jesus?

- the story of the three years of teaching and preaching and healing ministry?

- the story of the Passion and Crucifixion of Jesus?

- the story of the Easter appearances of Christ the Risen Lord?

Baptized disciple of Jesus Christ, sure you could, for this is your story.

And so, you meet St. Peter's qualifications to be

an apostle, a witness to the Resurrection.

- Fr. Steve Wolf, Pastor 



the 'clear and unequivocal proclamation of the person of Jesus Christ,

that is, the preaching of his name, his teaching, his life, his promises

and the Kingdom which he has gained for us by his Paschal Mystery.'

- Saint Pope John Paul II, 1999

The Church in America, #66

It involves the active participation of every Christian in the proclamation

and demonstration that the Christian faith is the fully valid response

to the problems and hopes that life poses to every person and society.

 - Saint Pope John Paul II, 1988

Christifideles Laici, #36


WGIC 94.9 ICRadio


94.9 FM Low Power Radio is an apostolate of Immaculate Conception Church. The equipment is installed and we are ready for the antenna tower. One of our Summer 2016 Giving Opportunities are one more chance to be a Charter Founding contributor. At the beginning, all of our programming will be provided by Eternal Word (EWTN) radio. After we are on line we may use our own or other programming for up to 20 percent of the broadcast time, most of it on weekends. For more information contact Deacon Dominick Azzara at 931-645-6275, ext. 104 or


On Monday, January 9, 2017, the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord,

we began testing the broadcast of the new

Low Power parish radio station.


On Thursday, January 26, 2017, the Memorial of Saints Timothy & Titus,

the FCC granted our license.

94.9 FM, WGIC-LP


Immaculate Conception Parish coming to you on the Wings of Gabriel.




First and Third Wednesday at 6:15 PM in Room 9 downstairs in the Saint Joseph Center for informal Questions and Answers.


Sundays from 9:15 AM to 10:30 AM in the Saint Joseph Room upstairs, across Franklin Street from the Old Chapel. Formal classes meet during the school year.

(Began August, 2016)


RCIA seeks to be a welcoming and supportive environment where those seeking to learn more about the Catholic faith can grow in knowledge and understanding as they discern a possible call to the sacraments of initiation (Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist) or full communion in the sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist for those already baptized.


Contact Pat Paszek at 931-552-5520


Pat Riley at 270-498-2337


Judy Spink at 931-645-6275, ext. 104



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These men and women serve our church family through fellowship activities and reaching out to welcome new members and visitors to our parish. Activities include sending notes to welcome visitors and new parishioners who sign the guest register in the Main Church Narthex, planning potluck suppers, offering "send out suppers" for ill parishioners, offering a Hospitality Suite during wakes, First Communion,and other parish receptions and special events. Contact Regina Azzara at 931-358-9662.




Petit Bourg du Borgne, Haiti

First Monday at 7:00 PM in Room 10 downstairs in the Saint Joseph Center. The mission maintains connections with our twinned parish and raises awareness among the parishioners about the plight of God's poor in Haiti. Our committee offers spiritual, medical, and financial suppport. Efforts include an annual medical mission to the village, identifying and bringing patients to hospitals in Haiti and the United States for surgery and sponsoring a clinic in the village staffed by a Haitian doctor, two nurses, a pharmacist, and a lab technician. Contact Kit Grabenstein at 931-503-1406 or or visit the Haiti Mission Website.





in the state of Chiapas in Mexico

Second Tuesday at 6:30 PM in Room 10 downstairs in the Saint Joseph Center. The goal of our parish is to work collaboratively with our co-parishioners in San Pedro Chenalho and San Pablo Chalchihuitan on issues and projects that strengthen our lives as Catholics. San Pedro and San Pablo villages are scattered across an impoverished mountainous area in the remote areas of the southern Mexican state of Chiapas. A mission team travels to Chiapas once a year. Contact Martha Elva Kenney at 931-802-3247 or




For decades Immaculate Conception parishioners have supported this non-profit ecumenical community-wide project to feed the hungry. Loaves and Fishes serves hot lunches Monday through Saturday and has a food distribution center. 215 Foster Street at First Presbyterian Church. Donations may be mailed to Loaves & Fishes, PO Box 3241, Clarksville, TN 37043. To volunteer visit or call 931-645-9020, or contact parishioner Anne Doherty at 931-647-6972.




Immaculate Conception Church and School help support Urban Ministries in their work with the poor in Clarksville and Montgomery County, at 217 S. 3rd St., Clarksville, TN 37040, at the Madison Street United Methodist Church. Their many needs include non-perishable food. Visit or call 931-648-9090, or call parish contact Deacon Dominick Azzara at 931-645-6275, ext. 104 or



1905 Madison Street, next to Immaculate Conception School, operated by Catholic Charites, is open Monday thru Thursday 10 am to 2 pm and on 2nd and 4th Saturdays 10 am to Noon. Caring Choices provides a caring, confidential atmosphere to help a pregnant woman work through a crisis pregnancy. Pregnancy testing, counseling, and providing maternity and baby articles are a few of the services provided. (931) 645-9969. For more, click here.




325 N. 2nd Street, Clarksville, TN  37040, Hope Pregnancy Center is another local pregnancy help center committed to providing accurate information and quality services to women and couples facing an unexpected pregnancy. They also assist with abortion recovery and practical assistance to those who are pregnant or parenting. Some IC parishioners volunteer here. (931) 645-2273.




Immaculate Conception parishioners join several other congregations in Clarksville for a annual Springtime build. Volunteer workers are needed each year. Contact parishioner Dave Lindberg at 931-552-3647 or


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Immaculate Conception Church

709 Franklin Street

Clarksville, TN  37040-3347


Phone:  931-645-6275

Fax:  931-552-0331


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