St. Ignatius has a number of groups and associations that effectively tend to the mission and ministry of the parish. All these ministries depend on the support of parish volunteers and we urge parishioners to join in the apostolic service to the parish community. If you are interested in become involved and active in any group, please see the individual ministry group leader for additional information and registration.
There are presently about three choirs which rotate over the various liturgies we have. The St. Ignatius Main Choir is led by Mr. Simon Narh (+233 24 452 4408). There is also the Charismatic Choir led by Richard Bosompem Addai (+233 54 318 0597). The third choir is still in formation led by Linus Kweku Bruchim (+233 26 232 6483).
The Day Groups are associations mirroring the days of the week each parishioner is born (Monday – Sunday). If you are born on a Monday, you belong automatically belong to the Monday Born Group, etc.
This is a group of instructors who volunteer to instruct the children who come on Sundays for Mass. Parents are to ensure their children join the Sunday School for Christian instructions tailored to their age group. If you wish to join the team of instructors, kindly contact Linus Kweku Bruchim on +233 26 232 6483.
This is a technical and professional group of people with skills in building and construction and project management. The Church still has a few projects to execute. The team is currently led by Mr. Elorm Segbefia (+233 24 486 6201). Contact Elorm if you are interested in serving under this committee.
The Liturgical Committee is responsible for planning the spiritual life activities Parish such as retreats, spiritual and educational programs of the parish in conjunction with the Priest-in-charge. It is currently led by Linus Kweku Bruchim (+233 26 232 6483).
This is a group of international members of the community with French background. They have liturgies once a month, the 3rd Saturday of the month in French at the parish at 6 – 7 p.m. The leader of the Group is Mr. Harold Kobla Assou Dodji (+233 24 469 8146).
This is a group of Nigerians resident in Accra and worship near or at the St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic Church, Baatsona area.
This is a devotional group. They are a group of women who follow the spirituality of St. Theresa of Lisieux. They are supportive of each other and the parish life as a whole. Their leader is Mrs. Margaret Ballans
This is a well-known women group in the Catholic Church. They are a group of married women who support each other and the life of the parish and priests.
This is a charity group in the Catholic Church. They raise funds and support the needy in the parish and beyond. In recent years, they have been influential in helping poor communities, orphanages, schools and hospices and hospitals around the country. Support their efforts directly by your contributions and volunteerism. Their leader is Mrs. Cecilia Nsomah Apusiga-Salifu (+233 20 397 4369).
This is a vibrant nationwide movement devoted to the common prayer, scripture reflection and evangelization. They are particularly devoted the life and power of the Holy Spirit in the life of the Catholic.
They are responsible for planning the finance of the parish. They oversee the harvests planning. They also prepare budges and financial plans for the parish and its projects.
This is highest ranking advisory board to the Parish Priest and his assistants. It is made up of leaders of the various groups and associations in the Parish as well as special appointments by the Parish priest. It is responsible for advising the parish priest on the management of the Parish life.
Their leader is Mrs. Vida Deku.
It made of groups such as the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO). It is led by Albert Dei, COSRA led by Evans Akologo, Youth Movement (Francisca), Knights & Ladies of the Altar
Meetings: Thursday evening 7:00 p.m. & 3rd Sunday of the month for general meeting
Meets on Tuesdays @ 5:00 a.m.
Meets on Tuesdays @ 7:00 p.m.
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