Adult Faith Formation (RCIA)

 

"The desire for God is written in the human heart, because man is created by God and for God; and God never ceases to draw man to himself."

~Catechism of the Catholic Church, 27

 

Do you find yourself asking big questions about life that the world seems to lack answers to? We invite you to learn more about the Catholic faith and how doing so can give us so many of the answers we seek. 

Everybody has big questions to contend with throughout their lives:

  • What is my purpose in life?
  • For what am I grateful?
  • Do I worry about what others think about me?
  • What am I doing to grow my relationships?
  • What have I done to reach out to another person who may be in need?
  • Are there people in my life who make me feel welcome?

You may be thinking, "yes, all of those questions and so much more!".

Now is the perfect time to start looking to the Lord for those answers and we look forward to helping you to build your faith and relationship with Jesus. 

We offer an opportunity to gather together in a small group to learn more about the Catholic faith. Sessions focus on the teachings and traditions of the Church and how those impact our daily lives and experiences. You will learn about who Jesus is and how to encounter Him. As a part of this faith journey, you will decide whether you would like to become a part of the Catholic Church and participate in the Sacraments.

There are separate sessions for children and youth. 

We welcome your questions, your insights and your story in a warm and accepting setting. For more information, please contact Lisa Powaser at [email protected]

"The dignity of man rests above all on the fact that he is called to communion with God. This invitation to converse with God is addressed to man as soon as he comes into being. For if man exists, it is because God has created him through love, and through love continues to hold him in existence. He cannot live fully according to truth unless he freely acknowledged that love and entrusts himself to his creator." ~CCC 27