- About The Parish
- Worship & Music
- Ignatian Spirituality & Prayer
- Faith Formation/Religious Education
- Social Justice Ministry
- Parish Life
- Youth Ministry
- Young Adult Community (YAC)
- Holy Trinity School
November 16, 2014
10:10 am in the Church
presented by the Holy Trinity Home School Association and Religious Education
3-5 Year Old Bible Story Hour
Bible Story Hour introduces and explores some of the well known Bible stories. These will be explored through books, hands-on activities, music, and drama. The story of Moses will be featured this month. Contact Maureen Shaheen if you'd like to be a storyteller for this program.
Religious Education registration for 2014-2015
Registration is open for families - new to parish, new to program and all returning families who have not yet registered.
Annual tuition for returning families is now $250.00 per child
New families to the parish or new to the program tuition rate is $150,00 per child.
Click on the link to fill out your form: RE Registration form
• Infant Baptism Preparation
• First Reconciliation and First Eucharist
• Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
• Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA), adapted for Children
• Youth Confirmation
• Adult Confirmation
• Marriage Preparation
Mission Statement: Our mission through the Faith Formation/Religious Education programs is to assist parishioners in building an intimate relationship with Christ, developing a strong Christian community here at Holy Trinity and the Mystical Body of Christ. Through faith formation, we seek to offer a greater understanding of liturgy, sacraments, and scripture.
Drawing on Ignatian spirituality and tradition, we hope to:
provide a foundation for a life-long education of the whole person and to
encourage parishioners to actively live out their faith through service, and
to serve as men and women with and for others.
We aim to enrich the service experience by providing opportunities for reflection where one may challenge preconceived notions and experience a deeper growth.
"Catechesis seeks to move people to live justly, mercifully and peacefully as individuals, to act as the leaven of the Gospel in family, school, work, social and civic life and to work for the appropriate social change."
-- Sharing the Light of Faith, 170.