First Class and meet the teacher
Thanksgiving break (No Class)
Christmas break (no Class)
December 21, 28
Ash Wednesday (No Class)
Spring Break (No Class)
March 8 & April 5
First Reconciliation/First Holy Communion
We believe that Faith Formation starts at home as a family and continues through a lifelong journey of learning about our Catholic faith. As a family baptizes their child, they are welcomed into fellowship in our parish community. As they grow to adulthood and beyond, we continue enriching their faith journey through a variety of programs, in both structured study and informal small groups.
Beginning with Religious Education for elementary grades, children participate in active learning through both the liturgy and Catholic doctrine. Special Basic Faith classes are also available for those preparing to receive their First Sacraments of Reconciliation and Communion.
Middle school and High School years further focus on becoming an adult in the church through the Sacrament of Confirmation. Our Youth Ministers oversee this program for our youth.
For adults who are becoming Catholic, our Rite of Christian Initiation RCIA program offers an extensive study of our faith culminating in Baptism, Communion, and Confirmation together, as the "sacraments of Christian initiation.” A branch of this is RCIT, for older youth, who have not completed their initiation sacraments.
For those wanting to grow in their knowlege of our faith, we offer Bible Study for men and women, as well as small home group study.
For information on any of these programs, contact:
Lynn Langston, Director of Religious Education
Gloria Valencia-Martin, Registrar/office manager
Dorota Rzucidlo, Sacramental Coordinator