Easter Flower Contributions

Parishioner assistance in the form of donations is needed for our annual Easter Flower Fund.

This drive allows St. Ignatius to decorate the sanctuary properly for such a great occasion. Flower orders are placed at the end of March. Donations are accepted until March 17.

Would you like to donate to beautify the church for Easter?

Please consider contributing to the Easter Flower Fund to help beautify the church by doing one of the following:

Contribute online via Faith Direct
To contribute, click here. Make sure you write in the “notes section” who the flowers are donated in honor of (living) or in memory of (deceased).

Giving Envelopes
Those who contribute by envelope will find the flower collection envelope in the Narthex.

Donors will have their names and loved ones in the bulletin and Ezine.

Thank you in advance for your financial and prayerful assistance.

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