What is Shepherd’s Promise?
Shepherd’s Promise is weekly religious education for students in Grades K-8 geared for children who attend public schools, charter schools and those who are homeschooled.
Each class is taught by two volunteer Catechists. Classes are held in the Evangelization Center (school) building at St. Thomas More. We encourage our classes to be a faith community where they not only learn their faith, but learn how to express it as well. We coordinate several celebrations to include all grades throughout the year including: Advent Prayer Services, Sacrament Preparation Blessings, Mass, Stations of the Cross, Marian Crowning and Service Projects. In addition, we offer many experiences involving our beautiful campus. These include: visiting the Church Sanctuary, praying in the Adoration Chapel, looking through the Devotional Cove and studying our lessons in the St. Francis Prayer Garden and the Pro-Life Prayer Garden.
Come be a member of Jesus’ flock! “I am the good shepherd; I know my sheep and my sheep know me.” John 10:14
Shepherd's Promise Flyer
Two sessions to choose from
Tuesday 4:30–5:45pm – Grades K-8
Wednesday 6:00–7:15pm – Grades K-8
Come be a member of Jesus’ flock! Classes for the 2018-2019 school year will begin September 25/26, 2018. Letters/emails will be sent out the week prior to notify families of classrooms and Catechists.
Catechists are desperately needed! Really, every year, this is where we need the most help. Won’t you help share the faith with our younger Catholics?
Further questions? Please contact:
Megan O’Neill, Catechetical Coordinator