What to Expect

What to Expect

Wherever you’re from, whatever your background, we’re saving a seat for you.

Maybe it’s been a while since you’ve been to a Catholic Mass, maybe you’ve never been, maybe you’re looking for a new parish to call home. Whatever the case may be, we hope you can come for a visit and find a place where you belong.

At St. Ignatius of Loyola parish, we are intentional about creating a welcoming and joyful experience for all our guests, whether you consider yourself a cradle catholic, or a curious seeker. This section of our website is dedicated to giving you a glimpse into what you might expect when you come to visit us on the weekend.

At all our Masses, we employ the use of TVs to assist our guests in following along, saying the responses, and especially singing! We want everyone to be able to participate fully in the beautiful experience of Heaven meeting Earth in the Mass. You can expect any of our offered Masses on the weekend to last about an hour. No dress code is required at any of our masses.

Mass: Sunday 11am

Described as a real celebration, our Sunday 11am Mass is served by our Contemporary Worship Band and offers Children’s Ministry (for kids 3 yrs old, up to grade 6). You will find that a lot of families attend this mass and the joy of the children brings life to the community! We are happy to have hosts at the door ready to greet you as you arrive, and coffee and cookies for you on your way out. To have a listen to the songs played at this Mass, click here.

Parking passes are available (limited supply) for regular attendees of the Sunday 11:00am mass.  The passes are only good from 10:30 to 12:30 on Sundays in the Concordia lot behind the church.  At other times, a parking fee will be charged by Concordia.  Request a pass here. 

Mass: Sunday 9am

Our Catholic Liturgical Tradition, when celebrated well, is beautiful and transcendental. We are striving toward that vision for the 9am Mass as we hope to create an atmosphere of connecting with our roots and moving our guests into an encounter with the Lord. This Mass is accompanied by the Organ, a Cantor, and our Traditional Choir. Click here to listen to some of the songs sung at this Mass.