Office Information

Faith Formation Office

Faith Formation Office Hours
Monday – Thursday
10am – 3pm

The Faith Formation Office will be closed May 27th-June 10th We will reopen and begin accepting new registrations for the 2024-2025 Faith Formation year June 10th.
You can come to the Faith Formation Office for more information, registration forms, and payment options.

Volunteer Information

Youth & Teen Faith Formation

Sacramental Preparation Programs

*Two years of formation classes required before a child can receive a sacrament

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is a formation process for adults who wish to be baptized for the first time, for adults from other Christian traditions who wish to inquire about our Catholic way of life, and for those Catholics who seek to complete their Christian Initiation through the sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist. A community of inquirers forms each fall and each proceeds at his or her own pace to the Sacraments of Initiation. Sessions are held on Thursday evenings.

Sponsors for Adult Initiation

If you are a Catholic who finds joy in your faith and are willing to accompany someone in the process of becoming a Catholic as a friend and companion on the journey, consider being an RCIA Sponsor. Training is provided.

Sacrament of Confirmation

The Archdiocese of Atlanta requires that the Sacrament of Confirmation be received when the candidate is at least 16 years of age and in 10th Grade. Teens typically enroll in a six-month Confirmation Preparation program at least six months prior to receiving the sacrament. Teens must be registered in Life Teen or Edge and be active participants in faith formation for at least two years prior to their Confirmation year. (10th grade)

First Reconciliation & First Communion

Children who are baptized generally celebrate First Reconciliation and First Communion in the second grade. Parents will enroll them in the First Communion Preparation program in the fall of 2nd grade.