A Note From The Young Adult Ministry

Interested in being a lector or Eucharistic minister at this (6pm) Mass?

If you’ve never done it before, stay after Mass (the 6 pm) for a quick chat with Deacon Andrew. 

Those with previous experience may signup at https://bit.ly/6pmMassSignup. Details can be found on the webpage & Instagram. 

Mark your calendars for an uplifting start to the year!

Our first biweekly Young Adult Ministry Fellowship kicks off next Sunday, January 21st, right after the 6 p.m. Mass at Never on Sunday (now open on Sundays!).

Join us every other week for an evening of faith-filled fun. See you there!

Elevate your journey with like-minded young adults!

Join our GroupMe (https://bit.ly/YoungAdultGroupMe) for inspiring discussions, event updates, and a community that values faith, friendship, and fun. Let’s grow together! Details on the website & Instagram 

Partnering with Loaves & Fishes, the Young Adult Ministry is excited to announce our inaugural service event for 2024, which will take place on January 27th.

Explore the details on our Young Adult Instagram (@St.Ignatius_Baltimore)  or reach out to Sam Jennings at samjennings@gmail.com for more information.

We are seeking enthusiastic volunteers to assist with shopping, food preparation, and delivery.

This is a great opportunity to build community with other young adults while also serving our brothers and sisters in need. 

Questions about any of these events?

Please don’t hesitate to send us a message on instagram or reach out to Sam Jennings at samjennings@gmail.com

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