Memorial Stones Project

UPDATED:   August 26, 2020:
 
Hurry!  Time is running out to order a memorial paver in 2020!  The last paver order of the year is due by September 1, 2020.  (Next order will be March 1, 2021.)

Order forms are now available in the bulletin once again.  Forms can also been found in the bulletin, online and in the rectory office. 

Brick paver orders must be placed by September 1, 2020 to have a brick installed in 2020.  Orders may be placed any time between now and September 1, 2020.  Purchase  a stone now to memorialize a loved one who has passed, to honor a living individual, or to mark a special occasion.   For more information please contact the Rectory Office at 431-2427. 

This will be the last memorial brick paver order placed this year.  Don't miss your chance to get a new paving stone in before cold weather sets in. 

Memorial Pavers make great Christmas gifts!  Do your holiday shopping now!

Please feel free to stop by to view the patio. 

To order a memorial paving stone to commemorate the life of a loved one, please print and complete the form below.  Return the form to the parish in any of the following ways:

1.  Mail completed form and payment to Immaculate Conception Church, P.O. Box 66, Park Hills, MO  63601.  Payment may also be provided through our online giving option (found on the menu at right, GIVE).

2.  Scan and send as an email attachment to the parish at www.icsja@icsja.net.  Mail your payment to the parish or pay using our online giving option (found on the menu at right, GIVE).

3.  Drop your completed form and payment into the collection basket with your weekly tithe.




 


Click on the order form above to print as a separate page.


The current order form can be printed from this page, torn from a current bulletin, found on the bulletin board in the church vestibule as you enter,or  picked up at the Rectory office at your convenience. 

I think it turned out to be a right and just tribute to the priests and parishioners who have gone before us marked with the sign of faith.

 





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