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Adult Formation

Adults are invited to participate in a variety of formation experience from Sacramental Prep for their children to Bible Study sessions.

Link To Curriculum :/media/1/Religious%20Education/3FaithFormationCurriculum.pdf

Upcoming Activities:


  • SATURDAY 7am-8:30pm.  Fisher of Men: Open to men who would like to enrich their faith.  No preparation necessary.  User friendly study of next week's Gospel in the Fireside Formation Room.

  • SUNDAY 6:30pm.  Teen Bible Study:  A study of The Bible Timeline in the Fireside Formation Room.  COMING SOON.


Small faith communities are extremely important for ongoing faith support and development. We are called to gather as a group because God created us to live in community and because Jesus modeled community as the way to God.  Those who journey alone, often get lost.

Remember, God is community; God is family – Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  When we gather to pray and support each other, we imitate both the example of Christ and the Trinity, itself!

Small communities are powerful vehicles for adult faith formation, providing opportunities for learning, prayer, mutual support, and the shared experience of Christian living and service to Church and society. Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us (USCCB, 1999)

Evangelize All Ministries promotes a simple format for gathering people together to support each other in their faith walk.  These are called Faith & Fellowship Meetings.  Faith & Fellowship Meetings can be implemented by anyone, anywhere.  Faith & Fellowship Meetings can be implemented by a diocese, parish or organization, or by any group of people (of any size) who want to grow closer to God.

The goal of Faith & Fellowship Meetings is simple: to foster a greater love for God, self and neighbor.  A typical one hour meeting includes prayer, scripture and dialogue.  The meeting is followed by a short social time for those able to stay.

Faith and Fellowship Meeting are “open.”  Anyone is welcome at any of these meetings.  There is no commitment, other than a desire to come and participate.  They can take place either at an organization’s facility or in a facilitator’s home.  Above all, these meetings are simple and welcoming!

Small church communities offer an important and unique means of formation for the new evangelization. They strengthen their members to persevere in their faith and mission, providing both inspiration and practical support.  Called and Gifted for the Third Millennium (USCCB, 1995)






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