Look us up on Facebook Events, photos and more!
Click link below to enlarge:
Book available: On Care For Our Common Home Laudato Si
Click Link below:
First Reconciliation and Eucharist Preparation begins this September!
St. Ignatius offers preparation for Reconciliation (also known as Penance or Confession) and the Eucharist to children who are beginning at least the second grade. Children's Reconciliation classes are held between September and October, and Eucharist classes are held between January and May. Parent sessions and opportunities for family involvement are provided during the preparation periods. To sign up, please download the letter, schedule, and registration form below and turn the completed paperwork into the parish office by September 6, 2015. If you have further questions, please contact pastoral assistant, Jess Ingman, at 503-777-1491 Ext. 238 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every Monday at St Ignatius Church
Beginning after the 8:00AM mass until 6:00PM
Every Tuesday 6:00PM-9:00PM
VISIONS & VALUES- LEADERSHIP
Next Leadership Night will be September 9, 2015! Call for information 503-777-1491 *
Are you interested in St. Ignatius Leadership?
Then come to the next leadership night on Wednesday, Sep 9th beginning at 6:00pm in Dillon Hall.
Who can join leadership? Anyone registered in our parish who would like to be involved.
What if I have more questions? Contact Gary Scharff email@example.com or Molly Daudelin at firstname.lastname@example.org, Co chairs for St. Ignatius Pastoral Council. They can help with getting you answers to your Questions
Current reading material: Rebuilt: The Story of a Catholic Parish www.rebuiltparish.com
A Year of discernment, creating space for exploring Justice issues as a parish community.......read more
CALLED TO PROTECT SAFETY PROGRAM
TIME TO UPDATE NOW!!!
Please complete the online update,
Go to www.PraesidiumInc.com and complete the following steps:
(1) Click "Armatus Training New!"
(2) Click "Click here to begin."
(3) Enter Login and Password. Your login is your first initial and full last name (e.g. John Smith = jsmith). Your password is the four numerical digits of your birthday (month and day) followed by the letters "or" for Oregon (e.g. 0501or).
Download instructions for volunteers HERE.
For additional information on the Called to Protect Safety Program, including dates and locations in the Archdiocese to view the DVD series, please click HERE.
Photo by John Bernunzio