Help children learn to live the faith—Volunteer!
The original meaning of catechesis was to re-sound the good news. We are all called to be catechists.
Isaiah 6:8, “Here I am, Lord. Send me.”
“You don’t have to be the Martha Stewart of Christmas crafts to teach children about the joy of Jesus!”
PreK/K Catechists—PreK/K catechists work in teams of two adults. They use the Living the Good News online planning guide to plan age-appropriate and liturgically-based lessons. Training and materials are provided. Kids provide the smiles!
Catechists—Catechists work in teams of two adults. They use the Finding God series and livingthegoodnews.com program to balance a lectionary-based approach with our rich Catholic traditions. Training and materials are provided. Kids provide the smiles!
Aides—Aides provide an extra set of hands for the catechists. They may assist in a clerical role (prepping activities, getting supplies, etc) or in a more hands-on role directly with the students.
Subs—Subs may not be called on every week, but they are an important component of our Faith Formation program! Subs will fill in when a catechist is ill or otherwise unable to attend a class. The sub will serve as an “aide” while the co-catechist takes on the main role in the classroom for that lesson.
Contact Ansley Dauenhauer for more information or to sign up!