St Paul Bible Study: Content TBD
St Michael Bible Study Cari & Dave Wilder: Content TBD
Lectio Divina Summer Study
St. Joseph offers a 10-12 week Lectio Divina study during the summer. The practice of Lectio Divina begins with a time of relaxation, making oneself comfortable and clearing the mind of mundane thoughts and cares. It is a time to read and reflect on the scripture reading, and then reflect on the scripture which spoke to you the most, respond by opening your heart to God and listen to the scripture and seeing how God is speaking to you.
Joseph Matthew Kelly Book Study
A selected book by Matthew Kelly is read and discussed once a week at St. Michael’s Church. To learn more and sign up, call Mike Conway or Lisa Conway:
St Peter Bible Study
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (Wednesday Evenings)
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is a program of faith formation based on the work Dr. Sofia Cavalletti, a Biblical scholar trained in Catholic theology, and Gianna Gobbi, a Montessori educator. As with other Montessori education settings, the child in CGS leads their own discovery in faith. The Good Shepherd Catholic Montessori School in Ohio has a helpful explanation of CGS on
Consider also going over to YouTube and watching
some video clips about the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd model of faith formation.
Twenty students will be admitted into our Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Classrooms on a first-come-first-served basis. CGS classes will run from 6:15-7:45 pm on Wednesday nights.
St. Peter's - Sunday School
Sunday School Registration for 2019-2020 is open! Classes resume October 6th and run through the school year meeting during 10:30 Mass at St. Peter's. Sunday School is open to 3 year olds- 1st graders.
If you have any questions, please call Meaghan Baynes at
320-249-8973. This program is open to ALL children, not just parishioners, so if you know of families who have children who would enjoy it please let them know about it. Thank you!
St. Michael's - Children's Liturgy for the Word
St. Paul's - Prayground
Traditional Faith Formation (Wednesday Evenings)
The traditional model of faith formation utilizes a school-based systematic learning methodology in small groups. Most grade levels use workbooks or include a writing or creative expression component. Our ACC faith formation program will be utilizing resources from Our Sunday Visitor for most classrooms.
Learn more about Our Sunday Visitor curriculum.
Watch videos about the Alive in Christ curriculum series.
Classes taught in the traditional model of faith formation will be held from 6:15-7:15 pm on Wednesday nights.
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