Church of the Immaculate Conception

  The Roman Catholic Community of Glenville, New York

Positive Covid-19 Case

In the interest of transparency we wanted to share with you that a parishioner who attended Stations of the Cross on Friday, February 19th has tested positive for Covid-19. As is our protocol, the church was thoroughly sanitized after that evening (as it is after every Mass). Due to our diligent adherence to mask wearing and social distancing protocols we believe that this to be a low-risk situation, but wanted to be completely transparent and share what we know. 

All those who were in attendance at Stations have been emailed or called directly from the Parish. Contact tracing, as necessary, will be completed by the Schenectady County Department of Health.  The person who tested positive is in isolation and following all medical advice.  


If we receive any additional relevant information we will post it here.  If you have any questions/concerns please contact the Parish Office.


As is always the case, if you develop any symptoms, you should contact your medical provider and follow their advice.

Updated February 28, 2021 at 12:00pm

Parish Specific
Updates and Information

(Last Updated February 3, 2021 at 1:00pm)
We have safely resumed public Masses since late summer utilizing a sign up process for Weekend Masses and walk-in process for Daily Mass. 


The Parish Center is open for very limited use (primarily Faith Formation and Youth Ministries Sessions and Family of Parishes Meetings).  Questions about expanded use of the parish center should be directed to the Office.


Please carefully review the information on THIS PAGE for our parish specific details regarding protocols and Mass attendance.  


We appreciate your continued patience as we work to meet the Spiritual needs of our community and to fulfill our obligation to protect the health and wellbeing of each and every person that enters our doors.

Updates from the
Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany

Click here to be directed to the Diocesan website, which is regularly updated with information, prayer resources and more.


The Diocesan Guidelines for Resuming Public Masses are available HERE.

We are LIVESTREAMING many Liturgies, Reflections and Prayer Experiences - please check the main page of this website for details.

* Faith Formation and Youth Ministries - please check the FF and YM pages for the most up to date information.  
Faith Formation is meeting virtually.  Families are provided with at home materials that must be picked up periodically.  Participants meet with a catechist via Zoom as scheduled.  Please contact the Faith Formation Office for details.
Youth Ministries has 3 models for families to choose from (in-person, remote and family based).  Confirmation preparation session are held in-person on Monday evenings.

* Parish Center Meetings - please contact the Parish Office with regards to meetings in the Parish Center.  Our re-opening team has outlined protocols and we are slowly beginning to schedule Ministry-based meetings only at this time.

Please continue to check back regularly for additional information/updates.

Last updated:  February 3, 2021 at 1:00pm