Grades 7 & 8 Religion

“Our Lady loves those who are young, make sure you call upon Her often.” St. John Bosco

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Please remember to visit our Grade 7 & 8 Youth Ministry page.

Our Youth Ministry Program for grades 7 and 8 includes Religious Education classes for those students not attending a Catholic school. Classes are offered on Sunday morning from 8:30-10AM and on Wednesday evenings from 6:15-7:45PM. Students register for Sundays OR Wednesdays. Classes begin after Labor Day and usually finish near the end of March or early April.

Getting to know you….7th & 8th graders enjoy community building activities during religion classes.

Our parish follows a diocesan approved curriculum and uses resources approved by the USCCB. Our program includes opportunities for the sacrament of Reconciliation, prayer experiences and community building.

 

 

 

 

Flocknote

Parents should register for Flocknote, our parish online communication tool, and subscribe to these two Lists: 

  • Grade 7 and 8 Religion Class Parents (under Evangelization/Education)
  • Grade 7 and 8 Parents – all schools (under Youth Ministry Opportunities).

See [this link] for more information about Flocknote and to register.

Always check the parish bulletin this web site for recent updates.

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…and what you have heard from me through many witnesses entrust to faithful people who will be able to teach others as well.   2 Timothy 2:2

Parents and guardians, is God calling you to become a part of this important ministry to pass along our Catholic faith to our children? Please consider sharing your time and talent by volunteering as a Catechist or Assistant for our Religion classes. All resources and training are provided. No prior experience is necessary.

Call our Religion office at 410 392 3551 or email Ruthie Patterson to learn how you can enrich the faith lives of our youth as well as your own.

“Volunteers are seldom paid; not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless.” – Unknown