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.

Masses

We will live stream Sunday Mass at 10 am via YouTube (see below to subscribe or follow). After this 10 AM Mass has ended, it will be available to watch as a “previously live-streamed” option.

Mass Times

Sunday

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

 

Saturday

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

 

Monday-Saturday

8:30 AM | Quiet Mass

MONDAY AND THURSDAY
7:15-8:15 AM
Reconciliation
An opportunity to grow closer to God.

Mass Times

SUNDAY

8 AM

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

SUNDAY

10 AM

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

SUNDAY

12 PM

Enjoy our contemporary music ensemble with this uplifting service.

SUNDAY

5:30 PM

Praise music fills the church during our final Sunday service.

MONDAY-SATURDAY

8:30 AM

Spend a quiet morning with God.

MONDAY AND THURSDAY
7:15-8:15 AM 
Reconciliation
An opportunity to grow closer to God.

SATURDAY

8:30 AM

Gather in quiet reflection during this Daily Mass.

SATURDAY

3:00-4:30 PM

Reconciliation

An opportunity to grow closer to God.

SATURDAY

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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COVID
MASS ATTENDANCE GUIDELINES

The general dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays has been lifted (effective June 26­-27), which means that once again our commitment to Sunday Mass will be in effect.

If you are sick, have been exposed to COVID, or are home-bound because of your health, you are excused from that obligation. We will continue to live stream Mass on our web site.

MASKS ARE NOW OPTIONAL INSIDE THE CHURCH AND THE CHAPEL. Wearing masks is still strongly encouraged for those who are not vaccinated.

 UPDATED ARCHDIOCESE OF BALTIMORE

GUIDELINES HERE

(JUNE 27, 2021)