Our parish’s religious education program is offered to children who attend non-Catholic schools from preschool through 8th grade. The program is led by volunteer catechists as stewards of faith. We offer classes on Tuesday evenings in the school building during the typical school year.
Classes are offered for children ages 4 through 8 during the 10 AM liturgy. These Mass time sessions revolve around scripture stories, using other activities as a reinforcement of the story. Registration for these sessions is not required.
Children is grades K-8 meet between 6:20 and 7:35 PM on Tuesday evenings. These classes have specific goals and objectives, using the Faith Formation curriculum as their primary resource. Children also prepare for sacraments during this time, after studying the required curriculum and participating in the class activities. While the sacraments are typically celebrated in third and eighth grade, a timeline for each child is determined by the Director.
To register for classes or find out more information, please contact Frank Martinez in the parish office, 505-256-9818. Registration is required before attending class.
****Fall 2017 Registration was held in April. Please email or call Frank if you would like to see if there are still classes available.
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