Elementary (Grades 1-5)


Our parish Faith Formation Programs are a collaborative ministry of sharing our stories on how we live and practice our Catholic Faith.  We need a strong commitment and involvement from the entire parish community.

“Collaborative Ministry” is all about teamwork by Word, Works, and Worship.  The responsibility then, rests with the entire Faith Community: priests, deacons, parents, family, students, and parishioners. Let us work together as a team in sharing our faith.

 3 Goals:

1.  To provide varied educational opportunities to our parish children, youth, young adults, adult parishioners, those on the parish staff, and those serving in ministries.

2. To continue to become a welcoming and nurturing family of faith by proclaiming the Gospel message and sharing an active faith with those in our community at large.

3. To introduce our young people to the sacramental life of the church, integrate them into the faith life of the community, and form them into disciples committed to living out his or her baptismal mission.



A community structured faith formation program.  Parishioners of all ages gather together once a month to learn, share, and grow in a better understanding of their faith and the Church.  Each gathering begins with a prayer followed by age-appropriate learning groups and closing prayer.  Follow-up take-home material may be given to work on until the next gathering. 

Babysitting may be arranged for 1-4yr olds. 


K-5th grade   Time: 6:50pm-8pm

A structured faith formation group learning environment held on Wednesday evenings. Parents are asked to walk their children to their classes.  Do not drop them at the curb.  No child will leave the building unless accompanied by an adult.  Their spiritual and physical safety and well being is our priority.  Parents(s) may be asked to help in the classroom.

child-policy-logo The Archdiocese of Baltimore and St. Joseph-on-Carrollton Manor is committed to providing everyone, especially our children and youth, with a safe and healthy environment. Learn more on our Child and Youth Protection page.




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