Passing on Knowledge of the Faith is the work of the whole parish community. It happens in our homes when we pray and interact with family and friends. It happens when we gather as a community for Sunday Mass, devotions, service projects. Formal instruction for children happens in our Religious Education classes, where catechists, adult members of the parish community, present planned lessons to the children.
Each year we ask members of the parish to volunteer their time and share their wisdom with our children. Those who work at home could volunteer to be a Catechist for our afternoon classes on Tuesday and Thursday. Those who work outside of the home could volunteer for our evening classes on Monday. Many of our catechists work with another adult to team teach a class, so as to share the responsibility of planning lessons. Other adults act as catechist assistants, who are present in the class to help the catechist but do not plan or present lessons. We also need hall monitors, babysitters, and most importantly directors of traffic in the parking lots. Please plan to volunteer in some way this year.
Registration for 2021-2022
We’re so excited to confirm the start of registration enrollment for the 2021-22 Religious Education Program. Deepening and growing the relationship your children have with the Gospel of Christ is a sacred calling. We are most grateful for the opportunity to enrich the Catholic faith in the heart of your child/children. Please follow this link to register your children for fall classes: https://membership.
We are also looking for volunteers who enable us to run the program. Through your time and commitment, our younger generation can receive the blessings of the Catholic faith. Please consider volunteering as a catechist, assistant, hall monitor, or with traffic safety. We are in special need of Catechists on each grade level.
Please follow this link to complete the 2021-2022 Volunteer Form online. Once submitted, we will contact you to provide an overview of our wonderful program and faith formation needs.