Church of the Immaculate Conception

  The Roman Catholic Community of Glenville, New York

Morning of Service

Pictures from the 2019 Morning of Service are posted on the Parish Photos Page. 

Immaculate Conception Parishioners
serve Christ and the community with love, mercy and humility 


2020 Morning of Service
November 7, 2020

Mark your calendars for the 5th Parish-Wide Morning of Service on Saturday, November 7.

Thank you to all who participated in out MOS interest survey.

The format will be different this year but our mission is the same. To serve Christ and Community with Mercy, Compassion and Humility.

  • Due to COVID19, we will not be hosting any onsite projects. However, team leaders are busy preparing kits for you to complete at home!
  • Several outdoor off-site projects are scheduled to allow for social distancing.
  • We are sad to say that we will not be offering in person nursing home projects this year.

Available projects, descriptions and schedule will be posted on this page when finalized and will also be in the parish bulletin.

Signups will begin October 3, 2020 through Sign Up Genius. 

If you have any questions, contact Morning of Service Co-chairs:

Janice Zangle and Jeanne Behr

via email 

or by phone
Jeanne (518) 495-5644
Janice (518) 399-4854

Below information is from our 2019 Morning of Service

Congratulations Immaculate Conception! On Saturday morning, October 26, over 300 parishioners lovingly provided over 800 hours of service to our local community. We participated in 27 different projects, both in the parish center and at agencies in Scotia- Glenville, Schenectady, Ballston Spa, and Latham. We made Christmas cards for active military, infant blankets and bibs for Northern Rivers Early Childhood Learning Center, memory book pages for Albany Med NICU, lap blankets for cystic fibrosis patients served by the Donna Crandall Foundation, and scarves for Bethesda House and SICM. Our Prayer Shawl ministry made and contributed prayer shawls for the Donna Crandall Foundation. We hosted the founder and leader of the Stars for Our Troops organization who led us in assembling packages of stars cut from retired American flags. These will be distributed to military, police and first-responders by the Stars for Our Troops organization in the future. We made meals for the Salvation Army Booth Home, City Mission, Jack’s Place and Habitat for Humanity. Our little ones creatively made or colored wreaths for our homebound parishioners. We visited residents at Baptist, Glendale, Guardian House and Heritage Home. We cleaned, sorted and organized inventory at the Regional Food Bank and Things of My Very Own. We painted at the Schenectady Day Nursery, Central Park Greenhouse and YWCA. We did yard work and/or washed windows for the Joan Nicole Prince Home, Jack’s Place, Towns of Ballston and Glenville. We cleaned vans for Catholic Charities Transportation Program, helped at the Parkside Y Oktoberfest and cleaned flush grave markers at St Anthony’s cemetery. We helped build at a Habitat for Humanity site.

‘It took a Parish’ of generous, talented and caring people to make this project a success. This event could not have happened without their generous contributions of talents and time. We hope we have not forgotten anyone in our expressions of appreciation below.

Thank you to the children, teens, young adults, parents, individuals, families and groups who answered Christ’s call to serve His people at the Parish Center or at local agencies.

Much appreciation to our consultants and assistants: Julie Ashcroft, Karen Bond, Michelle DiLorenzo, Christine Goss, Bill Gray, Denise Fraioli, Kathy Frisic, Father Jerry, Marge Kopchik, Fran Rossi-Szpylczyn and Lynn Winterburger.

Thank you to the on-site team leaders, who were the creative hand-on organizers in the Parish Center: Patti Brousseau, Carol Baumgartner, Judy Buckley, Doris Carlson, Lisa Casapullo, Maryann Haskell, Bill Howard, Jerilynne Kline, Theresa Markowicz, Mary Monico, Mary Perry and Andrea Sheridan.

Thank you to the off-site team leaders, who were our community ambassadors at local agencies: Brigette Bachert, Michelle Boretti, Mark DiMartino, Sandy Frisone, Cathy and Derek Hayden, Carol and Paul Heckman, Georgiann Holm, Ron Johnson, Val and Bob Kerker, Kim Klementowski, Jeff Legere, Donna Miller, Michael Schwedatschenko, Terry Stroble, Anne Vernooy, Gavin Vuillaume, Paul Welsh, Tom Zaengle and Kristen Zalucki.

And enormous gratitude and appreciation to the members of the planning committee who devoted endless hours and effort to MOS 2019: Marge Rizzo and Mary Beth Sankowski (Projects), Jeanne Behr and Tom Bigos (SUG and Tech Support) Joan Bunn (Supplies), Roz DiDinato, Ceil Ahearn, Christine DiDinato (Hospitality), Maria Yorkshire (Church Setup), Jason Marion, (Reimbursements) and Kris McMore (Waivers).

Thank you everybody,

Janice Zaengle and Mary Ann Johnson (Co-Chairs, Planning Committee)