Mission Statement

IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY, a Catholic Faith Community,

is called to be the presence of JESUS CHRIST in our world today.

Guided by the vision of Vatican II and empowered by the HOLY SPIRIT,

we respond to this call through:

Worship, centered in the celebration of the Eucharist

Formation in Scripture and Tradition


Compassionate service


Through the exercise of stewardship of time, talent and treasure,

we fulfill our mission to love GOD and our neighbor with our whole heart,

soul, mind and strength.



Pastoral Staff

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Fr. Vincent E. Smith, O.S.F.S.
Fr. Vincent became IHM's pastor in early July, 2010
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Phone: 336-869-7739, ext. 8102


Contact Us

Office Hours:

Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

4145 Johnson Street (intersection of Johnson St and Skeet Club Rd)
High Point, NC 27265

Church Office 336-869-7739
School Office 336-887-2613
Religious Office 336-884-5352
Youth Ministry Office 336-884-5352
School Fax 336-884-1849
Church Fax 336-869-1059
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Church Website www.ihmchurch.org
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School Website www.ihm-school.com
Mailing Address 4145 Johnson Street, High Point, NC 27265
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Johnson Street New Church History

Johnson Street New Church History
IHM Church began planning for a new church by establishing a Long-Range Planning Committee in 1992. A demographic study of our church community and expected growth provided the foundation for a 20-year plan, which called for IHM to build a new church on land more centrally located for the 1000-plus families currently registered. A new sanctuary was the centerpiece of the plan, which also includes several future buildings. IHM purchased the 32-acre tract of land at Johnson Street and SkeetClub Road for $605,623 in April 1996.


Montlieu Chapel History


Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church

The first Mass in High Point was celebrated in 1903, when Catholics gathered with a priest in a local home.

When land was donated to build a church, the Benedictine priests of Belmont Abbey joined fund-raising efforts to begin the construction project. Work began in 1907, and in September of that year, Benedictine Abbot Leo Haid dedicated the new church, placing it under the patronage of St. Edward.


Faith Formation Program


The Faith Formation Program at Immaculate Heart of Mary touches parishioners of all ages, but specifically addresses the spiritual education needs of two groups: children of primary-school age (four-year-olds through students in fifth grade) and adults who are responding to God's call to full membership in the Roman Catholic Church.


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