Faith Formation

Adult Faith Formation


The Adult Faith Formation Ministry nurtures the spiritual growth of our diverse faith community by encouraging adults to deepen their experience of God in daily life. Adult Faith Formation provides a variety of daytime, evening, and weekend opportunities to study Scripture; share faith; participate in information and discussion sessions on topics of Catholic faith and practice; and learn about and practice traditional and modern forms of spirituality. Members of the Adult Faith Formation Ministry collaborate to identify areas of interest to parishioners, find available resources and speakers, plan and develop programs, and research contacts for future programming.


Upcoming Programs:  

  • Lectio Divina. Tuesdays: Oct 17, Nov 7 and 21, Dec 5 and 19, 2017. 7:00 - 8:00 pm. Sheila Denion, Facilitator.
  • Persistent Women of Scripture ”Water, Water Everywhere…”, Thursdays, Oct 12 and Nov 16, 6:30-8:30 pm. Women have been able to push through limitations imposed upon them despite the demands of popular culture and religious tradition. This fall, we will explore two more women (one at each session) - the prophet Miriam and the Samaritan woman at the well.  Come experience their stories through storytelling, conversation, meditation, song, and creative expression. Women and men are welcome. Co-Facilitators: Janet Bristow & Rev. Donna Manocchio. Suggested Offering: $10.00 per session.
  • Spiritual Reflection, Mondays, Oct 16, Nov 20 & Dec 18,
    6:30 - 8:00 pm. 

    Spiritual Reflection offers a monthly opportunity to take a moment, an experience of everyday life, or an event in time and to consider it through a spiritual lens using Scripture and stories from our tradition. Facilitator: Trudi Campbell.

  • Muslims & Christians Dialogue about Moral Leadership 
    Thursday, Oct 26, 6:45-8:30 pm, Sacred Texts and Great Figures—How Do They Speak to Us? Presenters: Dr. Feryal Salem and Fr. Thomas Gallagher, ofm

    Monday, November 6, 6:45-8:30 pm, 

    A Call to Action—How Will We Stand Together 

    As people of faith, and members of human communities, we look to our sacred texts, and to the people who inspire us, for guidance and examples of how to “act rightly” and live “in right relationship” with one another. We will explore our sources of moral leadership—and then ask how we, too, are called to be moral leaders. Please join us for one or both evenings of this program.