Like Mary the Immaculate Conception, we are called to serve God and use our gifts to bear fruit for all. Since 1900 we have sought to serve others within and outside our parish family, as we strive to deepen our own commitment to the Lord and to announce the Good News of Christ.

The parishioners of St. Casimir Church, a Roman Catholic community founded in 1906 by settlers of Polish heritage, have been called to stand beside one another, as we freely and joyfully gather together for prayer and worship, caring and fellowship, and the sharing of our time and talents through service to God and others.

The Lyceum is used as a social gathering place for both parishes and the community. Equally owned by both parishes, the Lyceum offers a banquet hall and four meeting rooms to be used by parishioners and the public.