St. Joseph's Religious Formation Program strongly supports the essential role of parents in bringing children into a life of faith. It is the parents' Christian example, their participation in the celebration of the Eucharist, and their commitment to the education of their children, in which the Truth of their Faith is taught.
Our mission is to educate each individual to develop an active life of faith, and to encourage parents and children to grow in faith together.
For information, registration, and to volunteer for Elementary Religious Education, contact:
Director of Religious Formation
(248) 446-8700, Ext 115
Catechism for Grades 1 through 6 occurs on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
Volunteers provide basic catechesis for Elementary Students in Grades 1 through 6. Sessions begin in October and last through early May.
First Communion occurs in the Spring for Second Grade students who have completed preparation
More information to come.
Volunteer catechists just like you provide basic catechesis for Grades 1 through 6. We greatly need your help in facilitating the formation of our young ones. Catechist Aides also assist in the classrooms.
If you are interested or would like to know more information about what's involved in being a Catechist or Catechist Aide, please contact Kim Donahue, Director of Religious Formation at (248) 446-8700, Ext. 115.
Family Fully Alive
Family Fully Alive is our family-oriented program bringing parents, children, and parish staff together to grow in the Catholic faith.
These events are on the Second Friday of the month, from October through May.
For pictures and more information on Family Fully Alive, please check out our dedicated page.