Faith Formation provides parish members with sacramental preparation and opportunities for life-long spiritual growth and education as disciples of Jesus Christ. The Directors of Faith Formation plan and implement all aspects of faith formation from the earliest years to our older years. Our director of elementary & adult faith formation is Jennifer Lehrman, 599-5031 x110. Our director of middle and high school faith formation and youth groups and young adult group is Terrie Hernandez, 599-5031 x111.
**Faith Formation information and Registration Links:**
- To view the 2022-23 Faith Formation Calendar, click here.
- For the 2022-23 Faith Formation Registration Link, click here:
If you have questions, please contact
Jennifer at email@example.com or call the office, 599-5031 x110.
Elementary Faith Formation:
For children ages four through the fifth grade. Children are taught in a traditional classroom setting or home-study program. Emphasis is on basic foundations of our faith and Sacred Scripture. Contact Jennifer Lehrman ,599-5031 x110, for more information.
Youth Faith Formation:
For youth in grades 6-12. The aim is to foster growth and continued deeper understanding of the Catholic faith through various aspects of formation, including the spiritual, intellectual and social. Emphasis is on the study and discussion of Sacred Scripture, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and church doctrine. Contact Terrie Hernandez, 599-5031 x111, for more information.
Middle School and High School Youth Groups::
Middle School and High School youth have the opportunity to grow in understanding what it means to be a disciple of Christ. The lessons will help establish a strong youth community while providing a mixture of Catholic catechesis and service. Parents may wonder if, in any of these programs, their teens will learn all the doctrine they need in order to understand their Catholic faith. NO teen can acquire an understanding of faith that is adequate for a Catholic adult. Ongoing adult catechesis is necessary for such an understanding. However, youth do need to know Catholic doctrine so they can begin to understand its tradition. Remember, any formal religious formation program can only supplement and support what is being taught at home. Contact Terrie Hernandez, 599-5031 x111, for more information
Young Adult Ministry:
For young adults 18-35. The aim is to offer a multi-faceted and inclusive outreach, pastoral care and programs to help connect young adults to God, the Church community and to a peer community which offers mutual support and the nurturing of faith. Text "Young Adult" to 84576 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Terrie Hernandez, 599-5031 x111 for more information.