St. Paul’s Parish

Religious Education Program
(904) 249-2660

 St. Paul’s Religious Education welcomes all children to our program.

It’s never too late to begin learning about your faith.

Education in the faith by the parents should begin in the child’s earliest years…Family catechesis 

precedes, accompanies, and enriches other forms of instruction in the faith.”  (CCC #2226)

Faith Formation is offered for students in Kindergarten through High School.  Classes meet on Wednesdays.

4:30 – 5:45 (K-5)  and  6:30 – 7:45 (K-12).

 Download our registration form

It’s time to register for 2019-20 Religious Education Classes!

Classes resume September 11, 2019.

St. Paul’s Parish Religious Education program is for all children in Kindergarten – High School who do not attend a Catholic School. Continuous participation in religious education classes through and beyond the sacrament years nourishes your child’s spiritual growth in our Catholic faith. 

Registration packets were sent home with the youngest registered child in our program.  All families must re-register each year.

Religious Education classes are for students in grades K-8 who do not attend a Catholic school.

Contact the Religious Education Office for information regarding your child’s faith formation and sacramental preparation.  249-2660

Top Reasons to Become a Catechist

  1. You will grow in your own faith.

  2. Your baptism calls you to share in Jesus’ ministry

  3. Children, teens, and adults in today’s world need to hear the Good News of Jesus

  4. You have much to share with those you’ll teach.

  5. Today’s catechetical textbooks/resources offer outstanding support

  6. You’ll be challenged, you’ll have fun, and you’ll make new friends

  7. You’ll be helping people deepen their relationship with Jesus (you’ll be evangelizing!)

  8. It’s our job: Jesus sent us to “go and teach all nations.”

  9. You’ll be handing on a 2000-year-old Tradition that changes lives

  10. You’ll be answering God’s call!

For information on how you can answer God’s call to become a Catechist,  contact Mimi Coleman (249-2660)



Mimi Coleman,

Director of Religious Education & Youth Ministry