Breakfast with Jesus
Thursday, June 20
9:00am – noon
For children entering Kindergarten \up to 6th grade.
Our first one-day mini-camp features Bible lessons based on kids’ favorite cereals!
The commercials always tell us that cereal is a “part of a complete breakfast.” This series will show kids how, unlike cereal, Jesus is all we need to have a complete and joy-filled life.
This fun filled morning includes: sampling different cereals used to describe how Jesus works in their lives, craft making, games, and songs.
Babies and very young children not yet ready to participate at Mass can spend Mass time in the nursery with our qualified adult caregivers.
The nursery is available for the 11:00 AM Mass. For more information click on the tab below.
LITURGY OF THE WORD DURING THE 8:30 AM AND 11:00 AM MASSES
Children in Kindergarten through second grade are invited to take part in the children’s Liturgy of the Word as a part of the 8:30 or 11:00 am Sunday morning Mass. Register your child by contacting Joyce Dailey firstname.lastname@example.org
At the beginning of Mass, Father calls the children to the front of the church, at which point they meet their teacher who escorts them to a classroom to discuss the Gospel on their level. The children return to church during the Offertory.
This introductory year of Religious Education allows our students to learn more about Jesus’ love for them. We meet between the Sunday morning Masses.
This is the first year of a two-year process to receive the sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist. They learn about the love Jesus has for them, prayer, and the importance of community.
Our second graders spend the year preparing to receive the sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist. Activities are centered around preparing to receive Jesus in the Eucharist.
third - fifth
Weekly activities include praise & worship, weekly large group lessons, small group time, fellowship and fun.
sixth - eighth
Large group activities and lessons begin the class time each week followed by small group discussion.