Faith Formation

"Not all of us can do great things.
But we can do small things
with great love."  
-Saint Mother TeresaO

 

Faith Formation for Children and Youth

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Faith Formation classes have been suspended until we are allowed to celebrate together at Mass again.

This time of social isolation presents a perfect opportunity to tune up your Domestic Church, possibly even fold it into your child's daily schoolwork routine.  Find a wealth of information collected by The Archdiocese of Seattle here:

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What can you do to improve your Domestic Church this week?

Pray the Rosary as a family

http://usccb.org/prayer-and-worship/prayers-and-devotions/rosaries/how-to-pray-the-rosary.cfm

Religious education for youth is available for children (Grades K-5) and teens (Grades 6-12) of registered parishioners of both Saint Columban Parish and Saint Peter Mission. Faith formation classes for youth begin in September and run until May. Parents and legal guardians may register their children by calling the Faith Formation office at St. Columban during office hours.

 

To register your youth please download a copy of our registration form and you may either email us your completed form or turn it in to the parish office.

Parent Handbook

Religious Education Registration Form 2019-2020

2019-2020 Calendars: Children's Ministry (Grades K-5), Youth Ministry (Grades 6-12)

Christ Our Life

Formation Opportunities for Adults

Register with FORMED.org here.

Throughout the year, St. Columban provides several ways for youth and adults alike to learn about the love, compassion, forgiveness, generosity, and justice of Jesus and to prepare for and receive the sacraments. Periodically, we also feature classes concerning personal and community issues.

Special experiences we have hosted in the past:

  • Healing Through Forgiveness A retreat with with Ron Ryan
  • Dave Ramsey’s “Financial Peace University”
  • Dr. Tom Curran marriage presentation
  • Personal stories of stewardship during mass

If you have an idea for future topics, please contact the Office.