“Do not conform yourselves to this age but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and pleasing and perfect.”

Romans 12:2

COLLEGE STUDENTS and YOUNG ADULTS are important members in our community of faith. Confronted daily by worldly interests that challenge the teachings of Christ and His Church, we host events for these members of the young Church that offer marvelous opportunities for making new friends and strengthening those already formed. As they discover why Catholics do the things we do and meet others who similarly want to grow in understanding of the faith, collegians and young professionals become more confident in their religious beliefs and spiritual practices each and every day.

“Be strong and steadfast; for it is the LORD, your God, who marches with you; He will never fail you or forsake you.”

Deuteronomy 31:6

Opportunities for Young Adults

  • Forming Friendships and Networking
  • Fun Faith Formative Parish Events
  • ACTS Retreats
  • Young Adult Bible Study each Monday evening from 6:00-8:00 pm
  • Serve and Volunteer
  • Devotional and Spiritual
  • Diocesan Events

Family of Faith

  • Monthly Ideas for Activities/Prayer
  • Resources Lists
  • Family of Faith Photo Albums
  • Not Just for Families

Opportunities for Adults

  • Bible Studies
  • ACTS Mission Retreats
  • Liturgical Ministries (e.g. Choirs, Lectors, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, etc…)
  • Serve and Volunteer
  • Devotional and Spiritual
  • Diocesan Events
  • Simeon and Anna (55 and older)

Whether you are actively living your faith or if you only are wanting to reconnect with Christ and His Church, ADULTS are called by Christ to increase continuously in their knowledge of the teachings of the Church so that their faith becomes more of a lifestyle and less of a hobby. Christ calls us to be His disciples. Properly understood, discipleship is an intentional choice and the parish eagerly provides a host of offerings to help the continuous faith formation of adults.

“Let us leave behind the basic teaching about Christ and advance to maturity.”

Hebrews 6:1