Adult Faith Formation

St. Theresa's offers support for our journey of faith. For questions about Adult Faith Formation, please contact Dawn Sample at (253) 838-5924 ext. 304 or dawn.sample@sttheresafw.org.

 

Do you have an idea for a program, event, or class? Please download, complete, and submit your program proposal to the parish office. Adult Faith Formation Program Proposal

Adult Initiation - RCIA

Adults interested in learning more about our Catholic Christian faith may register in our Adult Initiation Program (RCIA). After participating, candidates wishing to become members of our Catholic Christian Community may celebrate the sacraments of initiation at our Easter Vigil Liturgy. Click here to learn more about RCIA (PDF).

 

Parishioners (sponsors) support catechumens through their journey of faith by sharing their faith experience and being available to discuss questions. Parishioners might also adopt a catechumen by praying for that person regularly throughout the year of their faith journey. Catechists (teachers) share their understanding of topics such as prayer, scripture, Church history, sacraments, Christian morality, and social ministry. Click here for more information (PDF).

Women’s Fellowship

Christian women—parishioners and neighbors—gather for classes and sharing of ways to have a more effective and satisfying Christian lifestyle for themselves and their families. We keep extra books, so stop by any time. for fellowship, scripture reflections, and prayer. We meet on the first and third Wednesdays of each month (October-June), in the Narthex of the church, 9:30-11:30 AM.

50+ Club

Adults over 50 meet to worship, pray, and socialize. The group meets for Mass and Adoration every first Friday of the month at 9 AM, followed by breakfast together at a local restaurant. Social activities include dinners and events such as plays, casinos, and concerts. For information, call Bernie Jacobs at 253-927-2766.

 

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Registration form and information

 

DACA- BISHOPS RESPONSE LETTER ENGLISH

DACA- CARTA DE RESPUESTA DE LOS OBISPOS

 

 Pope Francis

Prayer For the Care of Creation

 

Safe Environment
Commitment to the protection of children, youth, and vulnerable adults

 

Stewardship
Giving time, talent, and treasure

Archdiocesan Planning Study Report

 

Becoming Catholic
For more information about becoming
Catholic or reconnecting with the
Catholic Church, please contact the
Parish Office at 253-838-5924.
Learn more (PDF)

 

Photos
Living Patriotic Rosary
50+ Group

 

Resources
Catholic organizations, current issues, references