Religious Ed (3 yrs -12th grade)

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Journey with Jesus and our young disciples

Adult volunteers are always welcome to assist our catechists on Sunday mornings & Wednesday evenings. Helpers do not need to be present every week. We can work around your availability, and we will provide all the materials, resources, and preparation for you to join this ministry! Read more below.

AGES & TIMES:

3 years old through 6th grade

Preparation for the Sacraments of First Communion and Confirmation are two-year programs. Typical preparation years are First and Second grades for First Communion and 10th and 11th grades for Confirmation. Contact Renee Borne if a sacrament is needed and your child is past these grades. 601.292.6096

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is held on Sunday mornings in a child-sized Atrium built for a hands-on learning experience of Jesus and a deeper understanding of the Mass. It is a space where the children are given time to listen, wonder, work, pray, sing, and talk about God. Our adult catechists and helpers don’t teach in the traditional sense. Instead, they journey with the children in discovering the awe and wonder of a loving relationship with the Good Shepherd Jesus. 

Learn more about the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Method at www.cgsusa.org

 

7th through twelfth grade

Ready for a fun and faith-filled experience. The name comes from the Biblical truth, You are made in the image and likeness of God, and that makes you a BIG DEAL! Our Wednesday evenings generally consist of a meal, group fellowship with games, song, and worship, and a breakout into small groups for a more intimate encounter with the Lord.  We also have trips/events and retreats on some weekends.  We work to offer our students as much of a variety of ways to experience Jesus as we can.

Big Deal Youth Group Wednesday Evenings 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm (7th to 12th Grade) — Please note the time change for Big Deal Youth Group.
Check out The Big Deal activities page

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Our St. Paul logo was designed by fellow parishioner Lori Brechtel, a graphic designer. Lori put great thought and detail into its design. She began by seeking out a symbol of our church that would be readily identifiable to all of our members - the circular, quartered round window on our building.

The yellow, starbust portion represents the light of Christ that blinded Paul, and that light which we show to each other among our congregation, and others. it is "bursting" from the confines of our own church and radiating into the world.

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