Family Book Club is a monthly gathering of families who share in fellowship, a book, and an activity. Each family gets to take home a copy of the book. The books are childrens’ books and the activities appropriate for all ages.
Family is a big word that can mean lots of things. No need to have a child in tow to come and join the fun! All shapes and sizes of families (and people!) are most welcome!
Specifically aimed at our middle and high school-aged folks, confirmation classes are a chance for people to ask the big questions about faith. We'll take a closer look at familiar Bible stories, learn about the Sacraments and the Creeds, and spend time talking about how faith relates to our daily lives.
Believing strongly that Christian education does not end with confirmation, the Forum explores relevant, contemporary, even controversial topics, helping us develop and sustain a mature faith which serves us well in an increasingly complex world. Designed to nurture the whole person and enrich the life of the mind, heart, and soul, The Forum typically presents a variety of topics: theology, politics, the arts, world religions, contemporary issues, religious history—all with the intention of providing a vigorous, rich learning environment where the Christian faith is at the center.
We meet in a Hybrid Format. In-person meetings in the parish hall Sundays at 9:45 am may also be attended on the Zoom platform. Recordings can be viewed on our YouTube channel
When our building is open, all Faith Formation activities meet at 9:45am on Sunday Mornings