Faith Formation for Children
Director of Religious Education: Vickie Simpson
2021 - 2022 Information
NOTE: YFF originally scheduled for Feb. 6 has been rescheduled for Feb. 13 after the 10 a.m. Mass.
Congratulations YFF Students!
From Vickie Simpson, DRE:
-- Congratulations to Kate and Claire Evans who completed their YFF lessons this past month.
-- We welcome new YFF students Brady, Daxton and Cooper Biggerstaff to our program!
-- Congratulations to the following students who were able to complete all their YFF lessons during December. It has been an especially busy month. I am proud of you for remembering to keep your religion class assignments important in your lives. Hats off and special blessings to you and your parents. Clair Evans, Elijah Garmane, Sophia Coble, Ronald Kohlhaas, Alexa Blades, Hunter Boyd, Addison Chady, Amelia Coble, Isabel Kohlhaas, Tripp Thomas, Olivia Leber, Caroline Simpson, Xavier Simpson, Korie Blades, Kaden Blades, and Cooper Chady
A Note to Parents and Catechists
Parents are the first and best teachers of their children. Parents share with catechists the responsibility to lead children closer to God through Jesus, and to help children develop living, conscious, and active faith. Parents remain the first and foremost educators of their children in the home and through cooperation with our Youth Faith Formation (YFF) program.
All Christians, parents and catechists in particular, are called to participate in the ministry of the Church by sharing faith, proclaiming God’s message, developing community, leading people to worship and prayer, and by motivating people to serve others. To enroll your son or daughter in Youth Faith Formation, contact the parish office.