PSR

The Parish School of Religion (PSR) is a Catholic education program that assists parents in teaching the Catholic faith and traditions to their children, as well as helping to strengthen our church community.  Grades 1-8 use the Christ Our Life Series.  All classes are taught by our church volunteers.

Preschool & Kindergarten PSR

Mission Statement

To build a foundation of Catholic faith for our preschool and kindergarten children.

Description

Classes are held weekly for our preschool and kindergarten students, encouranging the development of a basic knowledge of our Catholic customs, traditions, and values.

When We Meet

Sundays at 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. in the Parish Center

Elementary PSR
Mission Statement
To introduce elementary school children to the basic teachings of the Catholic faith through weekly instruction.

Description

Elementary school children, grades 1-5,  are introduced to the basic teachings of the Catholic faith through weekly instruction from the Christ Our Life Series in conjunction with bible stories, games, crafts, videos and snacks.  Twice a year the students support a mission project.

When We Meet
Grade 1-4: Sundays at 9:30 - 10:45 a.m. in the Parish Center
Grade 2: Sundays at 9:30 - 10:45 a.m. in Fagan Hall (church basement)
Grades 5: Wednesdays at 6:30 - 7:45 p.m. in the Parish Center

Middle School PSR (EDGE+)

Mission Statement

To educate our middle school youth in living the Catholic faith.

Description

Educating children in grades 6-8 in the Catholic faith using the Edge+ program.  Focus on community building.  We have many activities that support the lessons along with discussion, bible stories, games, crafts, videos, and snack.  Twice a year students support a mission project.

When We Meet

Grades 6 - 8: Wednesdays at 6:30 - 7:45pm in Fagan Hall

High School (Called to Serve)

Mission Statement

To educate our high school young adults in living the Catholic faith and serving others.

Description

This Christian Service Model engages participants in activities through which they learn to respond to the needs of others.  They perform services and then reflect upon their experiences as a group. They begin to develop a sense of compassion for others.  They learn to search for deeper realities and meaning in their actions.  Through reflecting on the experiences of service, participants often realize that they have gained more from the experience than they gave.  Participants can come to the realization that they meet Christ through others.  This model incorporates catechetical dimensions of community, word, worship, evangelization, steardship, leadership and service.

When We Meet

Events are offered throughout the school year.  

 

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