“The Youth are the church of today and we are calling them into conversion and intentional discipleship by offering a life-changing encounter with Jesus through authentic faith formation”
K through 5th Grade
Parents …you are the single greatest influence on the spiritual and religious life of your children. Nothing else even comes close. If you live the faith inside and outside of your home, your children have the greatest opportunity to do the same. In the spiritual and religious development of children, parents are more important than anything else, including peers and media (Notre Dame Study Panel: The National Study of Youth & Religion – Bartkus & Kenan, 2016). We are committed to supporting parents and families in living their faith inside and outside of their homes.
6th through 12th Grade
The primary goal of our programming is to meet tweens and teens where they are and draw them into a deeper understanding of the faith. Our youth are in need of authentic faith and we are honored to serve them in this ministry. Our emphasis is on a relationship with Jesus within the sacramental Church. Beginning with middle school and continuing through high school, our young people are challenged and encouraged encounter the living person of Jesus Christ, become His disciples, and grow in their faith while changing their world.
Faith Formation Classes Forms & Info
March for Life 2019 Pilgrims
Front: Ellie Payant, Bailey Novy, Jackie Martinez. Second: Carolyn Heuss, Hayley Conley, Riley Tomzyk, Father Zach Weber, Peter Schlegel, Allison Schlegel. Third: Josh Heuss
Each person has an inherent dignity as a beloved child of God. The Diocese of Green Bay is committed to providing a safe environment in our parishes, in our schools, in our Faith Formation programs, and in all of our ministries, especially those that serve children, youth and individuals at risk. If you want to learn more about the programs and resources available through the Diocese of Green Bay to live out this commitment, please click on the following link: www.gbdioc.org/safe-environment.