Religious Education Grades 1-5

 

Program Overview

Students in grades 1-5 attend classes at the SFA Grand site school which provide the basic foundations of our faith. Students will learn what it means to develop a relationship with Jesus, gain a basic understanding of God’s Word in Scripture, and of the Mass. During this time students also prepare for their First Reconciliation and Communion.

The registration form for Grades 1-12 Religious Education can be found here: Grades 1-12 Religious Education Form 2017-18.  Instead of families having to complete a registration form for each child, each family will complete a single registration form.  Registration forms should be submitted to the parish office (601 N. 8th Street) by the end of August.

Elementary Religious Education will start on Monday, October 9th from 6:15-7:30 at the Grand Site School.

See the following letter for a few details about the upcoming year: Registration Letter to Elementary RE Families

See our monthly Faith Formation and Youth Ministry Calendars Below:

October Faith Formation and Youth Ministry Calendar

 


 

Michelle Peters - Director of Faith Formation

Phone: 920-652-7811

email: michelle.peters@sfamanitowoc.com


 

First Eucharist/Communion

Preparation for the Sacrament of Eucharist is an important time for children but also for parents to gain a deeper understanding of the Eucharist in their lives. Parents take an active role in preparation for this parish celebration and experience.


 

First Reconciliation

Preparation for First Reconciliation takes places in second grade. A progressive understanding of forgiveness is core to the formation program. Parents are involved as an active part of this sacrament.

 


Rite of Christian Initiation for Children (RCIC)

Program Overview

The RCIC process invites the following to become members of the Catholic Church:

Children age 7 who are not baptized

Children baptized in another tradition but wish to become Catholic

Children baptized in the Church but have not received Reconciliation or Eucharist and have had no formal instruction