CHILDREN'S RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Shepherd’s Promise is weekly religious education for students in Grades PreK–8 (4 years old by June 1), geared for children who attend public schools, charter schools and those who are homeschooled. We encourage our classes to be a faith community where they not only learn their faith but learn how to express it as well. These include a student-led Mass in the church sanctuary, praying in the Adoration chapel and Saint scavenger hunts in the Devotional Cove. We also hold special Advent activities, Live Stations of the Cross during Lent, and a Marian Crowning in May. Click here to learn more.
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is weekly interactive faith formation where children in Grades PreK–8 (4 years old by June 1) explore with hands-on materials to understand the Bible, the Mass, the sacraments, liturgical life, and the mysteries of our faith. This religious experience fosters the growth of the relationship between God and the child in a place specially prepared for the religious life of children called the Atrium. Click here to learn more.
Special Needs Religious Ed.
We have classes available for children with Special Needs on Tuesdays 6:30pm–7:30pm. Students will encounter Christ through the sacraments, catechesis, and prayer. Click here to learn more.
Vacation Bible School
Each class will rotate daily through stations of Bible Story, Music, Games, Crafts, and Snacks. We will offer Reconciliation for grades 3–5 on Thursday. We will end our week on Friday with a musical celebration in the school gym at 10:00am followed by mass in the sanctuary. This week promises to be an adventure for all! Don’t miss out! Click here to learn more.