The Church needs men and women who are intent on teaching by word and example – intent on helping to permeate the whole educational milieu with the spirit of Christ. This is a great vocation, and the Lord himself will reward all who serve in it as educators in the cause of the word of God.”

Message of John Paul II to the National Catholic Educational Association of the United States, April 16, 1979

Parishioners involved in these ministries also help establish and recommend goals and objective annually to the parish pastoral council that flow from the pastoral plan of the parish.

Faith Formation

This ministry is dedicated to leading children and teenagers in learning about God and Catholicism.  Classes cover grades PreK-confirmation as well as preparation for all sacraments. Assistant teachers or aides are provided for the lead teacher.

Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults

Process for unbaptized adults or those of other Christian Churches to become members of the Catholic Church. The process includes prayer, reflection and learning.

Sponsors serve as companions on the journey of faith for catechumens or candidates planning to become Catholic. As each person comes to conversion, you are allowed the opportunity to renew your own conversion and to assess you own walk in your journey to the Father.

For more information about this ministry and how you can become involved contact Deacon Kevin Williams.

Faith Food & Fellowship

Faith Food and Fellowship

Explore the Scriptures and seek understanding in how they relate to our lives in the present day world. Group meets to study Scripture and biblical characters and discuss life applications. For more information contact Deacon Kevin Williams.

Youth Ministry

Those involved in this ministry help teenagers become involved in parish activities, social events, service projects, and to show them that God is relevant to their lives.

The blessing gained from this ministry is that by sharing out teen’s enthusiasm and love of life, you can help them feel a part of our Church.For more information about this ministry and how you can become involved contact Deacon Kevin Williams.