Community

The heart and soul of St. Ignatius Loyola lies in our community ministries. These vibrant ministries engage parishioners to partake not only in social events, but service to others as well. The community ministries have a home for all stages of life from family, youth, young adults to boomers and beyond.

Boomers & Beyond

The Boomers and Beyond Ministry offers social, educational, cultural, spiritual, and community
service opportunities to men and women 50 years and older. Activities included monthly
spiritual lectures and monthly Sunday brunches.

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Emmaus Bereavement Ministry

The Emmaus Group of St. Ignatius Loyola offers a safe environment, enriched by our faith, where we meet to share our sorrow, our stories, and our victories over sadness. As a community of faith, we find comfort in the promise of Jesus to be with us always.

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Family Ministry

The Family Ministry’s mission is to strengthen our faith community through participation in the sacraments, prayer, special events and service. Our activities include our family mass, educational projects, social events and community service opportunities for our families with children of all ages.

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Ignatian Young Adults

St. Ignatius Loyola Young Adults is a community for 20 to 30-year-olds who seek companionship and conversation to deepen their Ignatian spirituality, to find God in all things.

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LGBT Catholics and Friends

We are a group of LGBT parishioners and family and friends (and parents) of LGBT persons. We are a parish ministry of, by and for our lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender sisters and brothers in Christ and those who love and support them. Our ministry extends to, and embraces, the mission of the entire parish, our home.

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Moms, Pops & Tots

New parents to St. Ignatius Loyola parish are invited to join in a play group for infants and toddlers once a week. We are young moms and/or dads who seek friendship for our children and with each other. We offer support to parents that are currently home with their children and are in need of a sense of community that offers loving spiritual unprofessional parental support.

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New Parishioners Welcome Committee

Are you passionate about your parish?
Would you enjoy informing new parishioners about our spiritual, community, and educational programs?
Can you spend at least an hour or so each month calling a new member or meeting with them in person?

If so, the new Parishioner Welcoming Committee would be an excellent opportunity for you to serve your parish community and enjoy the experience of meeting new members of our church.

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Youth Ministry

Through Youth Ministry at St. Ignatius Loyola, the youth of our parish are called to love God, serve others, and be themselves.

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