Deepening of one’s relationship with God, Jesus, and others is a lifelong endeavor. We seek to make available resources and opportunities for parishioners to continue the process of growth as disciples of Christ. We walk alongside and assist parents in their commitment to pass on the faith to their children. PSR is offered for our pre-school through high school students. PSR is offered for our pre-school through high school students, enriched by youth ministry encounters for Junior High and High School. Adults programs are offered throughout the year.
In this age of technology,
connecting with others has taken on many new forms. Therefore, our understanding of being the Body of Christ
has expanded to frontiers never before encountered. The Christian Education and Formation Committee is charged
with maintaining the digital presence of the parish, i.e. the website, Facebook, Twitter, etc., through
an ad-hoc Committee. If you have any suggestions about the website or our digital presence,
email the Committee at
This is a fun, faith-based summer program for children age 4 through grade 5. Through scripture stories, crafts, music, games and other fun activities, our children become more familiar with their Catholic faith and service to others. Volunteers, 6th grade through adult, are needed to help.
From family activities to PSR to receiving sacraments, our children are nurtured in the embrace of Christ’s love as they are formed in the faith. During Mass once a month, children can participate in Liturgy of the Word for Children to enhance their understanding of God’s Word.
Junior High youth, 6th, 7th, & 8th graders, strengthen and reinforce their faith and values through PSR and experiences that integrate community building, service, faith formation and recreation.
High school teens are involved in Christ’s mission through PSR, summer mission trips, volunteering at local soup kitchens, retreats, as liturgical ministers, going to conventions, socials, praying the Living Stations, fundraising and other activities to deepen their relationship with God and one another.
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults(RCIA) is the way the Church helps unbaptized persons prepare for and reflect on Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist. The RCIA also includes baptized persons from other Christian faiths who are preparing for reception into full Communion in the Roman Catholic tradition.