Registration for Faith Formation

St. Ignatius of Loyola is a growing family centered community with many spirit-filled opportunities.  We offer many program options for children and adults.

 

REGISTRATION FOR 2021-2022 IS NOW ACTIVE!

 

The Faith Formation Office is excited to offer many options for the upcoming, 2021-2022 school year.  All of our classes, except Home Program, will be in-person.  We will be following Frederick County guidelines so classes will utilize social distancing and the use of masks. 

Registration is provided through our new online portal.  Once you click the link of the date and class you want, you will be asked to sign into your account.  If you have not made a account, you will be asked to do so. When you create a account, please make sure you use your legal name, not a nickname, and the email address you provided to the church that way the system can quickly recognize your account and not give a error message.  If you have issues creating your account, please contact the Faith Formation Office. 

We are also looking for those who would be able to be a Catechist or Aide for our classes.  We do offer discounts for those who are able to help! If you are interested in helping click here

Just click on the following link and then depress the “SIGN UP” button.

 

Sundays 9:30 am- 10:45 am:

First Reconciliation/ First Eucharist

Kindergarten-5th Grade

Sundays 5pm-6pm:

Confirmation Year 1

Sundays 7pm-8pm:

Confirmation Year 2

Mondays 5:45pm-7pm:

First Reconciliation/First Eucharist

Kindergarten-5th Grade

Wednesdays 7pm-8pm:

Middle School Edge Program

Home Program:

Kindergarten-5th Grade

 

Formation Classes Pre-K thru Adults

Over 1800 families are the face of St. Ignatius of Loyola.   Our community includes Monrovia, Mount Airy, New Market, Spring Ridge, Ijamsville, Frederick and Urbana.  We are the home of many of our area public school clusters.   Through the year 800+ parishioners enroll in Faith Formation programs.    We are a family parish that teaches, worships and believes that Faith Formation is a lifelong process.