Rooted in Faith, Growing in Towson

Whether you’re new to the area or simply looking for a parish to call home, Immaculate Conception has something for everyone.

Holy Thursday Mass

Due to a few technical issues, we are unable to virtually bring you Holy Thursday Mass from Immaculate Conception.

 We ask that you please join us via a live stream, as Archbishop Lori celebrates the Solemn Mass of the Lord's Supper at 7:30 pm from The Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. 

Livestream here.

 (Immaculate Conception will virtually bring you Good Friday Service and Easter Sunday Mass as planned)

Mass Times


8:00 AM | Quiet Mass
10:00 AM | Choir Mass
12:00 PM | Contemporary Mass
5:30 PM | Praise Mass



8:30 AM | Quiet Mass
5:00 PM | Traditional Mass
3:30 - 4:30 PM | Reconciliation



8:30 AM | Quiet Mass

Mass Times


8 AM

Begin your morning in peaceful devotion. This Mass does not include music.


10 AM

Worship enhanced by a full choir, a classically trained cantor and our organist.


12 PM

Enjoy our contemporary music ensemble with this uplifting service.


5:30 PM

Praise music fills the church during our final Sunday service.


8:30 AM

Spend a quiet morning with God. 


8:30 AM

Gather in quiet reflection during this Daily Mass.


3:30-4:30 PM


An opportunity to grow closer to God.


5 PM

Our classically trained cantor is accompanied by our organist during this reverent Mass with traditional hymns.  Fulfills Sunday obligation. 

Joined in Faith, Worship, and Service

Located in the heart of Towson, Maryland, the Church of the Immaculate Conception strives to embrace and strengthen its parish family through prayer, worship, service and community. We have an unwavering commitment to serving God and gladly welcome all who wish to join us.

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Come, Holy Spirit, and bring an end to this pandemic,
give us strength to persevere with faith in the face of hardship and isolation,
bring healing to those who have contracted the coronavirus,
restore economic stability,
foster a spirit of conversion throughout the world,
renew the importance of family life,
and bring a new sense of Christian unity and love of neighbor.


Coronavirus Update as of 3/23/20

Per a directive from the Governor’s Office, the Church will close at 5 pm today, Monday March 23, 2020. Adoration, confessions, novenas and rosaries held in church, and all public masses / services are cancelled until further notice. The church’s alarm will be active.

It is our hope that Fr. Joe will continue recording Sunday Mass each weekend and we will post on our website’s home page: