Giving...

"Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver." II Corinthians 9:7

St. Ignatius Catholic Community is committed to being a generous church with our church family, generous with our community, and generous with our world for the glory of God. We seek to extend mercy and justice into a broken world and to help people grow in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

St. Ignatius, as a 501c3 not-for-profit organization, relies on your generosity as we partner together to extend the gospel in our church, our community, and our world. If St. Ignatius is your “home” parish, we consider membership to include regular attendance, serving in an area of ministry, and supporting the church financially. Below are listed different ways for you to contribute to the support of this church.

Ways To Contribute Financially at St. Ignatius

Faith Direct
Simplifies your regular offertory contributions by arranging to have one electronic transfer each month directly from your bank account to ours. Learn more on set up account, click here.

Venmo
Instantly allows you to move money from your checking account or credit card to St. Ignatius by using your mobile phone. To learn more on how to sign up, click here.

Bank Initiated Checks
Send checks directly to St. Ignatius (similar to a bill pay).

Church Offering
While at church, simply place cash or checks in the offering basket. Note, if you give cash we have no way of recording for your contribution records.

Giving Envelopes
Receive envelopes for your contributions. To sign up for envelopes, click here

Stock and other Non-Cash Donations
Please contact Paul Weber, (410) 727-3848, for more information.

Planned Giving
If you would like to explore a biblical understanding of stewardship as it relates to estate planning, please contact Paul Weber, (410) 727-3848.

Questions About Statements
If you have any questions about your ACH or Contribution Statements, please email St. Ignatius Finance.

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