Immaculate Conception Catholic Church sends a warm aloha to your family! Browse through our activities and programs and join us for weekday and Sunday Masses. 
Thank you in advance for supporting our parish. Donations will go towards religious education programs, ministries and church projects. Ways to give include: 1) Writing a tax deductible check payable to Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Mail to 4453 Kapaia Road Lihu`e, HI 96766. 2) Hand deliver to Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Office, Mon. to Sat. from 8 am to 12 pm, or give to a hospitality minister during Mass. 3) Give through our secured ONLINE DONATION site.
Review the IC PARISH PASTORAL PLAN 2022-2026 to learn more about our goals or call (808)245-2432 for details. Mahalo and God Bless Always!



6:30 am 


7:00 am


6:00 pm

 (Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament)


5:00 pm


7:00 am

9:30 am

4:30 pm


2nd & 3rd SUNDAYS - Crossroad Ministry Middle School @ 3 pm, Parish Hall
2nd & 3rd SUNDAYS - Jesus and Me (JAM) Ministry High School @ 5:45 pm, Parish Hall 
1st SUNDAYS - Immaculate Conception Filipino Catholic Club (ICFCC) @ 11am, Parish Hall
1st TUESDAY OF THE MONTH - Parish Pastoral Council @ 6 pm, Parish Hall
WEDNESDAYS - Yard Crew Volunteers @ 8 am 
THURSDAYS - Shawl Ministry @ 9 am, Parish Hall; Zumba Classes @ 5:30 pm, Parish Hall
FRIDAYS - Church & Hall Volunteer Cleaners @ 8 am
SATURDAYS - Food Pantry Program - (Call Carol Simon for delivery dates to the homeless at (808-205-7179)


May 06/07 - 2nd Collection for the Building Fund. Please be generous.
May 07 - God is Real in the Eucharist: Four Ways to live fully alive in Christ. Guest speaker Joe Melendrez, from Southern California. The talk will be after the 4:30 pm inside the Church.
MAY 15-19 - Priests' Annual Retreat. Please include all priests in your prayers.
May 20/21 - 2nd Collection for Catholic Communication Campaign. This collection will help to evangelize and connect people of the world to Christ thru the internet, television, radio, and print media.
May 27/28 - 2nd collection for Ohana in Christ. Please be generous.
May 28 - After the 9:30 am Mass, please join us at the parish hall for a pot luck fellowship to welcome Sr. Marina Gutierrez, OP to our parish family.
May 29 - Memorial Day - Parish Office is closed.
JUNE 04 - Confirmation and First Holy Communion with Bishop Larry Silva @ the 9:30 am Mass.
JUNE 25 - Farewell Potluck Gathering for Fr. Edison, MS. IC School, from 11 am to 1 pm.  Please come for table fellowship. Fr. Edison will leave the parish on June 30 after the 7 am Mass.

All Graduates from high school, college or university are invited to the ICC Baccalaureate Mass to recognize and pray for all individuals who have achieved this incredible educational milestone.  Graduates should come dressed in official Cap and Gown attireon Sunday, May 28 at the 4:30 pm Mass.




Our Youth Ministry consists of two groups: Jesus. and Me (JAM) High School (ages 14-17) and Crossroads Middle School (ages 11-13). We journey together with our youth and their families to form a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church.  At ICC, unique opportunities for evangelization are presented, that are tailored to the needs of youth with fun and safe activities, with the emphasis on the Mass as the core and summit of our faith life journey. For more information on enrolling your child or would like to volunteer as a youth leader or support member, please contact the Church Office at (808)245-2432.


ICC is accepting applications for students from Pre-K to adults.  Classes are taught in person with safety measures as mandated by the Diocese of Honolulu. Print and sign completed form and deliver to the Church Office between Mon-Sat from 8 am to 12 noon. Please contact (808)245-2432 for more information.


Reconciliation, Protection, Accountability: The Safe Environment Policies
Code of Conduct for Employees, Volunteers, Contractors, Religious and Clergy


Safe Environment Permission Form
Safe Environment - Circles of Care Lessons for Children and Youth
Digital Ministry and Photo Consent Form


Generous and Loving Creator, you have called us to Malama I ka Makana (Cherish the Gift).  As disciples of your Son, we ask that your Spirit open our minds and hearts to more deeply appreciate your countless blessings.Increase your transforming spirit within us, so as to nurture our call to stewardship as a way of life marked always by faith-filled prayer, service to others and generous giving.With the kokua of St. Marianne and St. Damien, teach us to be good stewards so we may return a hundred-fold the makana entrusted to us.We pray this through Jesus Christ, our Lord.  Amen.

PRAYER FOR A STEWARDSHIP PARISH     (from the Archdiocese of Detroit)

Dear Heavenly Father, my parish is composed of people like me; I help make it what it is.  It will be friendly if I am. Its pews will be filled, if I help fill them. It will do great work, if I work.  It will make generous gifts to many causes, If I am a generous giver. It will bring other people into its worship and fellowship, If I invite and bring them.  It will be a parish of loyalty and love, of fearlessness and faith, and a parish with a noble spirit, If I, who make it what it is, am filled with these same things.  Therefore with your help, O God, I shall dedicate myself to the task of being all things that I want my parish to be. Amen.


We, the Christian Community of Immaculate Conception, Lihue, are called to be Stewards of the Gospel. Centered on the Holy Eucharist, we live our lives on the four pillars of stewardship: hospitality, prayer, formation and service. This is our call.


Responding to the call of Jesus and inspired by the example of the Blessed Mother, the Immaculate Conception, we live stewardship towards a holy way of life.


"The Season of Lent is more than changing our routines for forty days. The Season of Lent is a time for us to introspect and see where we are at in our relationship with God. The Season of Lent desires our spiritual growth. The Season of Lent targets our hearts so we can speak and act like Christ Jesus as we continue our faith-life journey here on earth." (From the Ash Wednesday Homily of Fr. Edison Pamintuan, MS)
The Advent season is a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to Christ’s second coming at the end of time and also to the anniversary of the Lord’s birth on Christmas. The final days of Advent, from December 17 to December 24, focus particularly on our preparation for the celebrations of the Nativity of our Lord.
The Christmas season starts on Dec. 25 during the celebration of the birth of Christ. This followed by the feast of the Epiphany, along with the visit of the Magi, and other events from the childhood of Jesus.  The season concludes with the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord in January.
IC Parish held a Christmas Pageant preceding the 6:00 Mass on Friday, Dec. 24th. Under the direction of Sr. Gina Sinapilo, children from Pre-K to Young Adults dazzled all in attendance with Christmas songs, dances and instrumental music harking the birth of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.  To watch the full pageant, please go to
Throughout the month of November and December, IC church goers sponsored Angel Ornaments.  Each ornament had a special individual request to help brighten their lives during the Christmas season. This year, we were blessed to help over thirty families!
Mahalo for supporting the Angel Tree Project for the past five years. Your continued sponsorship for the donation of gifts have brought immense joy and happiness to so many children and families enrolled in the Women in Need Program.  
The church thanks everyone for the overwhelming response to the request for non-perishable items such as canned goods to support the ICC Food Drive Ministry.  This program started in Spring 2021 and has helped to build our canned food stock-pile along with non-food supplies.  
To join this important ministry, please join our meetings every second Sunday of the month at 10:45 am in the New Parish Hall, or contact Carol Simon at 808-205-7179 to see how you can get involved in preparing food bags or conducting deliveries to the homeless.

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Our Family Rosary Devotion is held during the entire months of May and October. We thank all families for spending precious time with the Blessed Virgin Mary.

"There is nothing more important than parents passing on a generational legacy of faith and values to their children." - James Dobson


Our parish has blossomed into a vibrant and exciting community. With the exceptional leadership of our parish team and dedicated stewards, many programs such as feeding the homeless; helping women and children in need; ministering to the elderly and homebound; youth ministries and children's choir are growing significantly.

With the larger meeting spaces, we now have the means to continue our mission of stewardship and service to our families and the community at large. 

Help us to continue our good work: 

1) Write your tax-deductible check payable to ICC Building Fund and mail to Immaculate Conception Church 4453 Kapaia Road Lihue, HI 96766. 

2) Hand-deliver to the Immaculate Conception Church office, Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 12 pm.

3) DONATE HERE on our secured site. To learn more about our building project and our parish pastoral plan, please call (808) 245-2432. Mahalo and God Bless Always!