Walking into the Church

Welcome to Immaculate Conception Church! We are a Roman Catholic Church located at 113 N. Geneva Street in Ithaca, NY. This is where we gather to meet as brothers and sisters to worship and encounter our Lord Jesus Christ. We strive to make our parish a community of God’s love and communion of hearts. 



Since Christmas Eve falls on a Sunday this year, here is a list of the scheduled Masses.

December 23-24: 4th Sunday of Advent Saturday 4:30pm Sunday 8:30am

December 24: Christmas Eve Sunday 4:00pm (w/ Pageant)

Sunday 10:00pm (choral concert at 9:30pm)

December 25: Christmas Day Monday 10:30am

We invite you to Visit Us for our Liturgies, Services, and for our Parish Events and join in our Mission:

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church celebrates the Eucharist and proclaims the gospel—in worship through our love of God and for each other and with our ministry to the marginalized. We journey together in our faith, united by our trust in Christ’s love and mercy and the powerful intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary.


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Mass Times:

Saturdays 4:30 pm/ Sundays 8:30 am and 10:30 am/ Mondays 12:10 pm/ Tuesdays 7:00 am/ Wednesdays 7:00 am/ Thursdays 12:10 pm/ Fridays 7:00 am

Rosary during October:

Mondays and Thursdays at 11:40 am


Saturdays 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm or by request

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament:

First Friday of each month: 7:30 am- 11:00 am

First Saturday of each month: 3:00 pm- 4:00 pm 


We attend and participate in the parish life of Immaculate Conception because it is a traditional and welcoming parish that reflects the wonderful diversity of the Ithaca community. You could say that Immaculate is a microcosm of the Ithaca community. Immaculate offers the full Catholic experience–from pre-K schooling to ultimately a Catholic cemetery.

Adult Parishioner

We attend Immaculate Conception because we have found parents with whom to share the struggles and triumphs of raising children in the Catholic faith.

Immaculate Family