Saint Coleman is a vibrant and welcoming community of faith and we are committed to evangelization.
One of the key ways we do this is through our religious education program, which offers classes for both children and adults. Our children's program, known as our Sunday Religious Education Program, is designed to help children learn about the Catholic faith and to grow in their relationship with God. Classes are offered for children in grades 1-8, and they are taught by a team of dedicated and caring volunteers who are committed to helping children grow in their faith.
In addition to our Sunday Religious Education Program, we also offer classes for adults who are interested in learning more about the Catholic faith. Our Adult Faith Formation takes place through our Order of Christian Initation for Adults class which covers a variety of topics, such as the sacraments, the Bible, and Catholic teachings. This class is a great way for adults to deepen their understanding of faith and to grow in their relationship with God.
At Saint Coleman, we believe that religious education is an essential part of being a Catholic. It is through learning about our faith that we are able to grow in our relationship with God and to live our lives in a way that is faithful to the Gospel. We are committed to providing our parishioners with the resources and support they need to grow in their faith, and we invite you to join us on this journey of faith.
For more information about religious education for children or adults, please contact Alec De Dios, Director of Religious Education
Volunteer to Teach the Faith
We are recruiting adults to participate in our mission to teach the Catholic faith. If you are interested in teaching any of our children or adult classes, get in touch! A background check is required!