Immaculate Conception Church

414 West Vine Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37902
865-522-1508

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Mass Times

Monday through Friday12:10 p.m.
Saturday8:30 a.m.
Saturday Vigil6 p.m.
Sunday8:30 a.m., 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m.

Mission statement

We pledge ourselves to an ever-deepening love, faith, and hope in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, under the patronage of Mary Immaculate.

As servants of Jesus Christ, drawing on the diversity of gifts given by the Holy Spirit to the entire people of God, we call ourselves to be a community characterized by outreach and hospitality.

We call ourselves to a ministry of word and sacrament, a ministry of education and catechesis, a ministry of evangelization and ecumenism. We recognize our call to respond to the gospel of Jesus Christ, through action on behalf of the poor, the alienated, and all in need.

Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, and recognizing our heritage in faith and history, we, the members of Immaculate Conception Church, therefore pledge ourselves to continue to grow as a faith community as we reach out to others.

Directions  (Map)

From I-40 take exit 388A, James White Parkway, and pull off at the first exit, Summit Hill Drive. Turn right onto Summit Hill Drive, heading into downtown. Go straight through four traffic lights to Walnut Street and make a right. The church is on the right.

Sacramental information

Reconciliation: Monday-Friday: 11:45 a.m. to 12 noon; Saturday: 5 to 5:30 p.m.; or by appointment
Matrimony:
 Four-month notification required. Contact a priest before making reservations.
Baptism: 
Preparation required; classes are held on the first Saturday in February, April, June, August, October, and December. Call the office to schedule a baptism.
Anointing of the sick: 
Call the parish office.

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School Affiliation – St. Joseph School

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Mission statement

The mission of St. Joseph School is to teach and nurture the Catholic faith and a love of learning. Our calling is to encourage each student to express the Gospel message in word and action, to be a lifelong learner, and to be a responsible member of both the Catholic community and society as a whole.

The faculty, staff, and community are committed to promoting mutual respect for each individual in our unique and diverse population. Together we work to develop the spiritual, academic, social, emotional, and physical potential of each student.

Motto: All I do today, dear Lord, I offer up to you.

Directions  (Map)

From I-75: Take exit 108 (Merchants Road). Go east on Merchants Road, over the railroad tracks, as Merchants Road becomes Cedar Lane. Drive about one and a half miles, and at the second school sign (with lights) you will see the back of the school on your left. Turn left onto Montrose; the school parking lot is on the left. 

Mass schedule

8 a.m. daily