Are you in grades 6-12?

Did you say yes?


Then come be a part of youth activities at IHM!

National Catholic Youth Conference!

The National Catholic Youth Conference, or NCYC, is an incredible opportunity for Catholic teens to experience their faith in a whole new way. Held in Indianapolis, well over 20,000 take part in this bi-annual gathering featuring engaging speakers, fun activities, Eucharistic Adoration, Mass, and lots of life-long memories. 

More Information for NCYC will be forthcoming as the event gets closer. Please click the link below for the most current information. Keep checking for regular updates!

NCYC Spring Information Packet can be Downloaded Here:

Register for NCYC Here:

Spring/Summer Youth Activities: Games, Barbeques, and More!


Ready for some outdoor fun?? In just a few months, young people in grades 6-12 (as of the Fall of 2021) will have the opportunity to enjoy outdooor games, fellowship, and food during our regular Faith-Fun-Food-Fests at IHM!! More information will be coming soon. Lookout for it!

Teen Bible Study!

Teen Bible Study is open to teens in grades 8-12

Teen Bible Study meets once a week, in person. Right now, due to Covid restrictions, no new members are being accepted. 

Currently, we have a group of teens growing together in faith as they study the Gospel According to Mark. 

A Teen Bible Study on the Gospel According to Luke is planned for the Fall. New members will be accepted at that time. Look for registration information beginning in August!

If you have any questions regarding youth ministry opportunities at IHM, please contact Deacon Chris at

Parish Mission Statement

We, the Roman Catholic Community of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, who acknowledge God's presence in our lives and God's call to grow in Jesus Christ, commit ourselves to strengthen, promote and extend a community of Justice, Faith, Love and Peace.  We live this mission by being a Eucharist-centered community of diverse groups and individuals proclaiming the Good News.  We are challenged by this Good News to be faithful stewards who minister to one another's needs and to our world.


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