Our Baptismal call is to a lifelong spiritual journey and continual development of our faith. Growing in holiness and discipleship involves a willingness to continue to learn throughout one’s whole life about the faith and how to live it. Our Formation program is for adults, teens and children. The children and teens meet in age appropriate groups while the adults meet to learn and continue to grow in their knowledge of faith.
The Church calls the family the “Domestic Church” and the adults are the primary educators of their children. Therefore, all adults, and especially parents, must work at learning more about our faith and in continually deepening their relationship with Jesus Christ. It is adults who will set the example for lifelong Formation and nourish their children’s faith development in a Household of Faith. With this understanding and hope in mind, the parish of St. Joseph seeks to provide all adults with the proper formation for a deeper conversion into their faith.
2022-2023 Formation Wednesday SCHEDULE Click Here
Bible Study On Romans
Begins In October.
One of the goals of our Christian faith is to live out our faith and share it with others, but what does that look like in our world? If you’re wondering how faith, works, Jesus, truth and sin fit together, reading the book of Romans is a great place to start. Few books of the Bible state the content of the gospel and what it means for us now and in the future so directly. If reading the Bible is new for you or if you read the Bible regularly, your questions, reflections and comments are welcome in our discussion! There is no cost to join! Just bring your Bible, your commitment to read a few chapters each week to prepare and an openness to the Holy Spirit and discussing it with us!
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TUESDAYS in Fall 2022
October 18, October 25
November 8, November 15,
November 29, December 6
6:30 – 8 p.m.
Room “O” in the Parish Center
For more information contact Edith Heinsen: firstname.lastname@example.org or (407) 275-0841.