Link for 2023 – 2024 Registration Form Below
Our mission is to say “Yes, Lord!” when called to worship, to serve others, and to grow in faith and knowledge. With the firm belief that parents are the first educators of children in the faith, the Faith Formation Program of the Partner Parishes of St. Peter & St. Cecilia welcome all families!
Our program is available to help nurture and grow the love of God and neighbor that parents have already begun.
Classes & Schedule
Classes for pre-K through eighth grade are held Sundays from 9:15 AM to 10:30 PM, from September to May. Our Religious Education Program is the parish’s effort to support and enrich the faith of students that is taught in the home. With the help of parish volunteers we try to exemplify and teach the following:
- Spirituality & Prayer Life
- Forms of Worship & Community Prayer
- Service to Others
- Basic Knowledge of the Faith, such as The Trinity, Scripture and Sacraments
How to Register
- Download and Fill out the Registration Form here:
- 2023 2024 Faith Formation Registration Form
- Email form to Kelly Startare at [email protected]
How to Volunteer
We are always in need of people to help! To be a catechist (teacher) and/or aide in this ministry there are a few obvious requirements. You have to like working with children. You need to be joyful and positive about sharing your faith. Most catechists are driven by a strong desire to pass on our faith traditions to the next generation. Training is offered for new teachers and the required PA State Clearances, as well as VIRTUS and a signed Code of Pastoral Conduct are all necessary to work with children.
Do you feel a call to work in this ministry? If so, don’t hesitate, contact us at 724-785-7781.
Attention Parents of Children Preparing for Sacraments
All Catholic parents promised on the day of their child’s Baptism to raise their child in the Catholic Faith. As your child grows and his/her faith is being formed at home, so, too, should your child be prepared to receive the Sacraments of Initiation (Eucharist and Confirmation) by attending formal Religious Education.