A sign of life within any parish is the desire of adults to receive the Sacraments of Initiation: Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation. Some are people who are new to our community, some have been married to a Catholic or are engaged for marriage. Some have never been part of a church but have friends or family who are members of the parish.
+ those who have never been baptized, but would like to explore the possibility of being baptized
+ those who were baptized Catholic, but have not yet received the Sacraments of Eucharist or Confirmation
+ those who are baptized Christians and would like to become Catholic
Baptism of Children age 7 and older
We always rejoice with families that desire to hand on their faith to their children. It is a sign that they take seriously their role as the primary people who form their children in the ways of the gospel
and the life of the Church.
Sometimes, for different reasons, children are not baptized as infants and seek to come to baptism at a later age. If you are interested in baptism for a child who is older than 7 years of age, please contact the Office of Faith Formation. This preparation process could potentially take between 2 to 3 three years for children.