Catholic faith formation enables us to learn about our faith and grow in our relationship with Jesus Christ. It is a lifelong process, beginning in childhood and extending into adulthood. Programs embrace the Scriptures and attempt to integrate faith into our everyday lives, with the result that we will become witnesses of God's love to the world.
Faith education is available to our young people from kindergarten age to high school.
Elementary grades (K–5) and Middle Schoolers (6–8) meet between the masses on Sunday mornings, from 9:15 am to 10:15 am. Curricula are lectionary-based, reinforcing the Sunday readings.
Classes are held from October through April. 2021–22 faith formation classes have ended for the school year. Classes will resume in October. Note: classes follow COVID safety guidelines, and all students are required to wear face coverings, use hand sanitizer, and practice social distancing.
Confirmation preparation begins for most students when they reach 9th grade. Instruction begins in the fall and continues to the following autumn. Classes are held on Sunday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. Visit the Confirmation 2022 for up-to-date information. A new class of 9th graders will form in the fall, to prepare for receiving the sacrament in 2023.
Vacation Bible School is a one-week morning camp for children ages 5 to 10, held during early August. The Bible-themed camp includes activities, games, arts & crafts, singing, and more.
Questions? Contact Louise Young, Director of Religious Education.
Adults can take advantage of several opportunities for spiritual growth at Christ the King Church.
Group Bible study takes place on Thursday mornings at 9:00 am.
Walking with Purpose, a Bible study group for women, is held on Wednesday mornings at 9:30am.
Small Christian Community, a group of adults who share insights on the week's Scripture, meets on Wednesday evenings at 7pm.
Fr. Joe's adult education class meets every other Monday at 7:00 pm in the library.
(Note: some of these study groups are not meeting during the pandemic. Check with the office for the latest information.)
Parish Library: Our parish library offers an extensive collection of books about the Catholic faith and related topics. Books are available for check-out. Please check with the parish office for details.
RCIA is a program for adults who are interested in becoming Catholic. Visit the RCIA page to learn more.
Are you or your spouse, fiancée, or friend considering being baptized, or — although already baptized — would you like to become Catholic? Please call and find out more.
Adults interested in becoming Catholic are urged to call the pastor at 434-1660.