Religious Education

We are mailing out registration forms and class schedules soon. Parents should look for them in the mail.

If you are new to the parish or have a child entering kindergarten, you will not receive a mailing. Please call or email the parish to have us send one to you.

Co-Directors of Religious Education
Mary Courtemanche - Grades K-6
Tracy Flynn - Grades 7-Confirmation
stannereled@stannesparish.org

Religious Education Teacher
The role of the Religious Education (CCD) Teacher is to assist in teaching our children and helping them to experience the traditions of our Catholic Faith. Group activities as well as peer group experiences in the classroom are blended to provide our children with a sense of community as well as personal individual learning. There is no other role within our Parish which is as important to the future and vibrancy of St. Anne's and the Catholic community than teaching of our children in Faith. St. Anne's CCD office will provide with everything you need to make your experience enjoyable, easy and rewarding. You will be provided with materials, lesson plans, techniques and help from our director and from other CCD teachers. The only requirement needed to be a teacher is - love of children and love of God!

"Let the children come to me" - Matthew 19:14

Religious Education Helper
In addition to the role of CCD Teacher, there is also a need for CCD Helpers. The role of the Helper is to assist in certain group activities as well as to grade homework assignments. The religious Education Office will provide you with guidelines as well as assistance in grading assignments so that our children are recognized for achievement and involvement in a positive way.

"Let the children come to me" - Matthew 19:14

 Adult Faith Formation

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the way the Catholic Church welcomes and prepares adults to celebrate full sacramental initiation through Baptism, Confirmation and the Eucharist. Those eligible to celebrate the rite include: unbaptized adults, baptized adults who have not yet completed initiation through Confirmation and Eucharist, children of catechetical age (seven years or older) who have not been baptized, and adults baptized in another Christian church.

Learn more about RCIA.

"...You should follow in His footsteps" - 1 Peter 2:21


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