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Religious Education

 Religious Education – K through 12th grade

Our parish religious education program provides religious education classes for all students from Kindergarten through the 12th grade, sacramental preparation for children and adults, and the adult education program.

The parish religious education program is supported by one full-time Director of Religious Education, a volunteer Youth Program Coordinator and forty-six volunteer catechists that use their God-given talents as teachers of our Catholic faith.  All volunteers in the religious education program are safe environment qualified and dedicated to the safety of our parish children.

Religious Education Calendar

 

Kindergarten through 5th grade classes
(Sunday 9:05 a.m. to 10:05a.m.)

6th through 12th grade classes
(Wednesday 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.)

Mission Statement:  The mission of the Religious Education program is to provide faith-filled educational opportunities to meet the spiritual development of the parish.

Our parish religious education program accomplishes the mission statement by providing religious education classes for all students from Kindergarten through the 12th grade, sacramental preparation for children and adults, and the adult education program.

The parish religious education program is supported by one full-time Director of Religious Education, a volunteer Youth Program Coordinator and twenty-eight volunteer catechists that use their God-given talents as teachers of our Catholic Christian faith.  All volunteers in the religious education program are safe environment qualified and dedicated to the safety of our parish children.

The Director of Religious Education (DRE) oversees the recruitment of catechists, classroom assistants, and their formation.   The DRE is responsible for the submission of the religious education program budget, selection and ordering of texts, and development of the class schedule.

The DRE ensures that all students are properly registered and enrolled and is responsible for record keeping, communication and interaction with the Archdiocesan Office of Religious Education, and continued personal formation.

Religious Education Guidelines

Safe Environment Teaching Curriculum