Faith Formation plans 2020-2021
We are excited to begin another year of Faith Formation with your children, though this year will be quite different than past years! We will be offering resources for home Faith Formation September through December, and hopefully offering in-person classes January through April. We hope to offer some in person events and activities yet this fall. We need your assistance in getting your children registered for Faith Formation, even if you plan on home schooling the whole year. These registration forms provide us with the information we need to provide your child/(ren) a comfortable and safe learning environment. As we register, we are again gathering the needed information to provide for the safety and well-being of your children. We try to obtain as much of the needed information during registration time and then supplement it only as needed. This will serve to satisfy the necessary insurance requirements and reduce the times you are requested to supply this information. This also helps us to gather contact information to be sure that we are sending any information to the correct place. We now have online registration, where you can enter all your information in one place, click on the link (http://www.myschoolsystems.com/Archdbq/dbq169) and follow all directions. If you have forgotten your username or password from last year, or if you prefer to fill out paper forms, please contact Alyssa.
We will be posting many links, plans, ideas and activities for your home use on this page also. Please check back often as we will try to update and provide new resources!
At Home Resources and Links
We are looking for catechists for the 2020-2021 faith formation year, starting January 2021. If you are interested in teaching one of our faith formation classes, please contact Faith Formation Coordinator Alyssa Sealman at 319-345-2006 with your preferred grade level (K-12). Not sure what a catechist does, or looking for more information about catechesis? Check out this brochure, or contact Alyssa with any questions!
HFP Youth Ministry incorporates the eight components of Catholic youth ministry: advocacy, catechesis, community life, evangelization, justice and service, leadership development, pastoral care, and prayer and worship. Holy Family Parish Youth Ministry
Our meeting for upcoming sophomore (and their parents) who are seeking to be confirmed next year will be at a date to be announced.
Board of Education
Our Board of Education members are:
Terri Thome – President
Faith Guidelines by Grade
Prayers, Gestures and Expressions of Faith
FF.YM Calendar (Please remember that dates/times are subject to change)
Faith in College
All downloads are PDFs