Learning the WayWe recognize that we are responsible for helping our members grow in holiness. As disciples of the Lord we are committed to learning the way of life which He taught and opening ourselves to His presence in our day-to-day lives as He calls each of us to deeper holiness. Our clergy commit themselves to preaching in a manner which helps us relate the Gospel to our day-to-day lives and, hopefully, opens us to the Holy Spirit’s urgings within us. Our faith formation staff commits itself to programming oriented toward helping our adults learn the faith and deepen their relationship with the Lord.
Sacramental Preparation for children and youth is offered as outlined below:
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- First Reconciliation and Eucharist - Minimum age 7 - requires one year prior enrollment and attendance in the K-5 Scripture Club and 2 year family participation in Emmaus Disciplefests. Disciples must be baptized.
- Confirmation - Minimum age 15 - requires one year prior enrollment and concurrent participation of candidate in Emmaus Disciplefests (the rest of the family and sponsors are also encouraged to participate in Emmaus with the candidate).
- Christian Initiation of Children/Teens is available for older children/teens that have not been baptized
- Readiness for reception of sacraments is determined by parents, catechetical staff and pastor