Our Religious Education classes are designed to teach and inspire. Our program offers opportunities for our children to grow in their knowledge of love of God and our Catholic Faith. Religious Education classes take place on Sunday mornings from 9 until 10:15 a.m. from September through May.
NEW PLANS AND PROCEDURES FOR THIS YEAR
Our goal has always been to assist you, the parents, in bringing your children closer to God and growing them in their Catholic faith. With these strange times come new opportunities and new ways of doing things. We are excited to implement Pflaum Gospel Weeklies which can be used by catechists in the classroom as well as parents in the home. We have strived to adapt this year’s program to create an environment that is safe and healthy for both our volunteers and our children.
What will Religious Education at St. Anne Church look like this year?
in-person classes and details about Pflaum Gospel Weeklies. We hope that you will be as excited as we are to use this new program! Our catechists are disappointed to not be spending as much time with your children but understand that the opportunity to learn together as a family will help all family members grow as disciples.
Here are a few Religious Education policy reminders:
For more information, please contact St. Anne Catholic Church’s Director of Children’s Religious Education Suzanne Zimmermann at 706-561-8678 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This website has tons of resources but one of my favorites is the mass worksheet that you can print out for each Sunday. There is a worksheet for ages 7-10 and another for ages 11-14. Even if you are watching the live stream of the Mass, kids should be able to answer most of the questions. I love that
they have to really listen to the readings to answer most of the questions. There are also coloring pages for younger children.
This is one of my favorite websites! There are tons of fun activities and resources. They have even added specific resources that will help you during this time including some boredom busters! The homeschool tips are very helpful as well.