Registration is open for all of our children and youth religious education programs. But why do I need to sign my kids up for classes, anyway? To help answer that question, we are bringing you the top five reasons 


I want my children to have friends at church.

Our friends play an important role in our lives and the lives of our children. They challenge us, question us, and influence our decisions. By giving our children an opportunity to discover and nurture friendships within our faith community, we are enabling them to journey towards a stronger faith, hand-in-hand.


I want our family to be part of a strong Tradition and caring Community

Our church has its roots in Jesus. When Jesus was here, he gathered in community with others, often around the table. When we gather at Eucharist, it makes a difference when we know the other people in the pews. Participating in Faith Formation allows us to grow together as one strong, caring community.


I can’t do this alone. There is so much to know about the Catholic church.

Vatican II tells us that, as parents, we are the first and foremost teachers in our children’s lives. It can be frightening to take on this responsibility alone, especially if we don’t feel as if we know enough, so our parish community is here to help your family on your faith journey. We offer classes and support for any age and at all levels. Just contact us!


I really need that weekly hour of quiet in my life.

It’s true. We, as parents, need a little time to nurture our faith as well. Take this opportunity after leaving your children with us to gather with other parents for coffee, have a quick date with your spouse, join in an adult faith formation session, or spend some time in prayer.


I want my child to have a strong relationship with God.

If we want our children to be good musicians, we sign them up for lessons and encourage them to practice. If we want our children to become good athletes, we sign them up for sports and encourage them to practice.

We invite you to join us as we move further along our faith journey!

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