Celebrating Women at St. Ignatius: Past, Present, Future
January 23 @ 9:00 am - January 24 @ 5:00 pm
Women of St. Ignatius! Come and be photographed for our March 11th celebration!
Almost 75 of you have already been photographed. Which is great—but we want double that!
All of you are “ministers” of our parish—no matter how small you think your contribution is. Moms who pass on our faith, women who pray for the sick, women lectors and Eucharistic ministers, women catechists, women who pray as part of the St. Ignatius faith community, women ushers—it’s not possible to name all the ways you live your faith. We want you ALL to be photographed, not because you are looking for recognition. But because our pastor and staff and all those who benefit from your life of faith and service and your fellow parishioners—both men and women—believe strongly that it’s only right and just.
Don’t let a false sense of modesty keep you away! And don’t let COVID! We will be taking photos in the large space of Wallace Hall in a safe way, wearing masks (except for the actual photo, of course) and keeping a social distance.
PLEASE COME TO ONE OF OUR PHOTO SHOOTS! We will be taking photos on Saturday, January 23rd from 9-12 and 1-4 and on Sunday, January 24th from 1-5. To make an appointment, access the [email protected] address, provide your name, phone number and preferred email address, and pick one of the three photo slots. Then just show up in Wallace Hall during the slot you picked—it’s as simple as that. We will take photos first come, first served.
All photos will be black and white and be from the bust upward, so you can dress comfortably.
We want every woman in our parish to be a part of this great moment of celebration!