The purpose of the Faith Formation Committee is to implement the goal of the Pastoral Plan for Faith Formation, which is to develop a culture of faith within our parish that encompasses all generations to build up the Church. We have a very vibrant Committee comprised of parishioners whose faith is an integral part of their daily lives. We meet every other month on a Thursday evening. We welcome new members of all ages to this Committee, to help us complete this most important task here at Holy Family. If you would like to join us on the Faith Formation Committee, please contact John Peterson, email@example.com.
Religious Education provides faith formation and sacramental preparation for children in grades pre K-8. Classes meet Wednesdays, 6:45-8:00 pm. Additional classes for sacramental preparation on Saturday Mornings and Sunday afternoons. Catechists, teachers’ aides, and substitutes are always needed. Training and formation will be provided.
RCIA (RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS AND CHILDREN’S CATECHUMENATE) are formation programs in the Catholic faith that prepare children and adults for the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist, scriptural reflection, study of church teaching, social gatherings and service with the parish community. Sessions for Adults are on Tuesday and for Children on Saturday Mornings.
RCIA beings in September on Tuesdays at 7:00 pm in the Parish Life Center and continues through the Easter Vigil.
Breaking Open the Word is a component of the RCIA process. Where participants share their insights on the Sunday readings. Sessions are after the 9:30 am Sunday Mass homily.
Vacation Bible School is a one-week program for children K through 5th grade. It is held in June each year. We proclaim the good news of Jesus in songs, readings, and activities. Volunteers teach, assist and supervise the components of the program.
All volunteers MUST be fingerprinted and have a background check as well as attending Protecting God’s Children workshop (click here for the next workshops).