ANNUAL PARISH BAZAAR 2022
FRIDAY, JULY 8 & SATURDAY, JULY 9
Our annual Bazaar is approaching fast!!!!! Last year it was, again, a huge success for our parish and the Kingston community. We hope that you will commit some time to help out on one or both days in any way you are able. Please do not wait to be asked!!!! Step forward and volunteer now. You can call Fran Gretzinger at 845.594.2530.
The following donations are needed for our upcoming Bazaar: 1) Wine & Wine Coolers for the Wine Booth; 2) Breads, Jellies, Pickles, Relish, Crocheted & knitted items for the Craft Booth; Cakes & baked goods for the Dessert Room; 3) Any cash items towards the cost of food. Thank you for your generosity!!!!!!!!!
BAZAAR RAFFLE TICKETS
Our raffle tickets are now available. Drawing will be held Saturday, July 9th at the Bazaar. Tickets come in books of 5 tickets for $20 or 1 ticket for $5. Tickets will be for sale at entrance to the bazaar. For tickets, contact:
Karen Wereszynski - 845-331-7352 or
Lynn Dunham - 845-338-1333 (cell-914-388-2643).
Thank you for your support!
Black and Indian Mission Collection
July 9 & 10, 2022
The second collection will July 9/10 taken for the Catholic Missions Among Black & Indian People. A letter from the Cardinal regarding this collection is available. Thank you for your generosity!
DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY – NEW YORK
A virtual information session for those interested in Undergraduate & Graduate degrees, including
Undergraduate online programs is scheduled for
Thursday, July 14 from 5:30-7:30 PM.
To register, visit adult.dc.edu
PARISH GRADUATION AWARDS
On Sunday, June 12, two of our young parishioners were the recipients of the Immaculate Conception Parish Graduation Awards first established by parishioner Paul Berish in 2014. Through Mr. Berish’s generosity and the generosity of anonymous donors from the parish, these awards were made possible this year.
Yalena Garcia and Ryan Goode were recognized for their service to their parish community. Yalena’s volunteer work with the Religious Ed. Program and her participation in various parish fundraisers, such as the annual bazaar and her help with the dinners celebrating Polish Independence and Ryan’s service as an altar server, assistant altar serving instructor and his contribution to parish activities particularly with the Rosary Society have made them worthy to receive these awards. The parish congratulates them ad thanks them for their service and looks forward to seeing them become adult members of Immaculate Conception!
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PROGRAM
Pre-registration for the Fall of 2022 is ongoing; there are applications available at the entrances to the church and also online. Any child not baptized at Immaculate Conception needs proof of Baptism. Please return these forms as soon as possible by placing them in the collection basket along with the registration fee or mail them to the church at 467 Delaware Avenue.
Families whose children are presently enrolled have already received their registration forms and are asked to return them as soon as possible if they haven’t already done so.
DIVINE MERCY CHAPEL
The Divine Mercy Perpetual Adoration Chapel of Ulster County is open and welcoming new adorers to help worship, accompany and adore Jesus.
Please commit to a weekly hour and become a registered adorer to receive a key fob. You may obtain more information by visiting our
Formed.org is a great and free resource for Catholic
living! Registration link is on our website –
NEW – CHILDREN’S ADORATION
Children’s Adoration has begun. Each month we will meet in the Chapel to adore on the second Wednesday of the month at 5:15 PM. Children of all ages are welcome with their parent or guardian.
125th ANNIVERSARY YEARBOOK
If you have not received your copy of the yearbook,
please contact the rectory or Lynn Dunham who can be
reached at 914-388-2643.
REVIVE – YOUNG ADULTS
ULSTER & NORTHERN DUTCHESS COUNTIES
A group of college-age to 39 year-old young adults from Ulster and Northern Dutchess Counties whose goal is to REVIVE the Catholic faith in the hearts of young adults in their region. Events are taking place every month. Monthly meetings at St. Joseph’s, New Paltz every 2nd Tuesday from 7-9 PM which includes Holy Hour, social/fellowship & a speaker. www.facebook.com/groups/Revive YA or email: ReviveYA@gmail.com
ST. JOSEPH’S BEREAVEMENT PROGRAM
St. Joseph’s parish is restarting the Bereavement program for those who have lost a loved one. This 6-week program will provide a safe and confidential venue where individuals can share their sorrow with others who are going through similar experiences. The program will be held on consecutive Tuesday evenings at the Parish Center Meeting Room starting at 7pm and will last about an hour. All COVID-19 protocols will be observed. Registration is required because space is limited. To reserve your place, please contact Deacon Joseph Doherty at (845) 633-2584 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Dorothy Winrow at (914) 388-7395 or email email@example.com.
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA – RIP VAN WINKLE COUNCIL
Rip Van Winkle Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Troop 7
will be holding their meetings in our school. Anyone interested in joining can contact Randy Copeman, Scoutmaster.
Phone: 845-853-6203 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.