Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary are bound together in faith and urged by the love of God to respond to the most pressing needs of our time.

Nourished and strengthened by prayer.

We are drawn together in community.

We recognize and honor the sacredness of all creation.

We continue to educate in a variety of ways.




The “Living Water” exhibit features the work of student artists from Detroit Cristo Rey High School, Marian High School and Monroe-area high schools. Download the flyer.

The exhibit is free and open to the public Monday-Friday from 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., and Saturday by appointment.  For more information, contact Sharon Venier at 734-240-9754 or

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“Mary Magdalene: History and Tradition” is the last of three presentations in the “Great Women Series.” It is facilitated by Annemarie S. Kidder, PhD, IHM Associate. The Gospels refer to several women entering Jesus’ tomb. Of those named, Mary Magdalene is always mentioned first. What do we know of Mary Magdalene from the Scriptures and extracanonical writings? What was her role among Jesus’ disciples and in the early Church? In this presentation, we will explore the varied portraits of Mary through the centuries and how she may model for us a faithful walk with Christ.

Suggested offering is $25. Contact Visitation North at 248-433-0950 or to register. Please note that Visitation North is not handicapped-accessible.

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Chapel Concerts

On Sunday, April 30, at 3 p.m., Sounds of Joy Community Singers will perform. Sounds of Joy is a faith-based…

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Then and Now

The IHM Sisters have impacted the lives of thousands of people through the years. Many of those they’ve touched want…

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