Faith Formation and Ministry

No matter where you are on your faith journey, St. Patrick offers opportunities to learn more about Christ’s teachings, the Bible, our Catholic faith, and the meaning of the Sacraments.

Our parish offers opportunities for faith formation, whether you are learning about Jesus for the first time as a child, you are a teen who’s looking for ways to put your Christian beliefs into action, you are inquiring about joining the Catholic church, or you have been on a spiritual journey your whole life and are looking for ways to deepen your relationship with Christ.

Adult Faith Formation
Some of the many opportunities for adults to enrich their faith life here at St. Patrick includes Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) for adults interested in becoming Catholic, weekly Bible studies, and special guests brought to the parish for events or workshops.

Sacramental Formation
If you are interested in preparing for any of the sacraments for yourself, your child or other loved one, please visit our pages on Anointing of the Sick, Baptism, Confession, First Holy Communion, Confirmation (both for Adults through our RCIA program or our Youth Confirmation), Marriage, and Holy Orders.

Youth Faith Formation
St. Patrick Children and Family Faith Formation recognizes and reinforces the understanding that parents are the primary faith models for their children. We seek to complement their guidance and example as an important and essential element on the journey of faith of all parish children. In the context of the journey of faith, the central aim of the program is to deepen the child’s understanding and awareness of God

St. Patrick Children and Family Faith Formation recognizes and reinforces the understanding that parents are the primary faith models for their children. We seek to complement their guidance and example as an important and essential element on the journey of faith of all parish children. In the context of the journey of faith, the central aim of the program is to deepen the child’s understanding and awareness of God and to impart the truths of our faith.  Thus, CFF and FFF have both formational and informational qualities.