Parish 262-673-4831 School 262-673-3081

Enlightened by Faith, Enriched by Education

Sunday Evening Program Grades 8-Confirmation

  •  August 27th - 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Classes have ended for the year and will begin again on September 10th!

     

    Registration Forms and payment are due by August 31st.  There is a $20.00 late fee for Registrations turned in after that date.

This page will feature information about the 8th grade through Confirmation program held on Sunday evenings.  Look to the right side column where you will notice grade levels and Service Learning Experience Projects listed.  Click on the grade level for your student(s) or the Service Project tab to find information.

 

CONFIRMATION CELEBRATION 2017 - 2018

Our Confirmation celebration as set and announced by the Archdiocese of Milwaukee will be Sunday, June 3rd at 2:00 pm.  The celebration will be held at St. Kilian Church.  Confirmation candidates from St. John, Rubicon and St. Kilian, Hartford, as collaborating parishes, will celebrate the Sacrament together.  The presider will be Bishop Jeffrey Haines, Auxiliary Bishop.

Bishop Jeffrey Haines

 

We look forward to another faith-filled year of Religious Formation!

 

CLASSES START

 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 2017!

 

There will be plenty of room for your child(ren) if they are not yet registered for Religious Education!  Let the parish help you pass on your Catholic Faith to your child(ren)!  Registration forms can be found on the Religious Education webpage:  http://www.stkiliancong.org/religious-ed/rel-ed-reg.cfm.  Contact Dennis Vlasak at 262-673-4831 ext. 406 or dre@stkiliancong.org if you have questions.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anZ_0HG-cWg  Jesus Calling - Walk By Faith Video

 

Service Learning Experience – Grades 8-11

As part of the service component of their formation, students in Grades 8-11 are asked to determine an area (or more) of service that they will complete during the Religious Education year.

There are projects that will benefit the parish directly.  There are also very specific experiences chosen to get the student out of their comfort zone and see what real poverty looks like. 

All of these opportunities are meant to lead our youth to ongoing service within the parish and larger community.  It is not about the amount of hours that are put in, but the experience that those hours provide.  In many cases, it moves students out of their “comfort zone” and introduces them to a world much different than their own. 

No matter what they choose, it is meant to remind them that as Christians we are called to love others as Christ loves us and that every time we serve the needs of others, we are serving Christ himself.

An email will be sent at the beginning of the Religious Education year with a list of available service experiences, asking parents to take time to look the list over as a family, talk about each option, and prayerfully reflect on which project your student will choose.

As part of this component, the students will also be asked to reflect on their service.  They will required to submit a form directing their reflection of their service experience(s).  These completed forms will be submitted to their catechists.  After the catechist has read and commented on them, the catechists will submit the completed forms to the Youth Minister for evaluation and recording.

 

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