PreK to 7th Grade

Faith Formation for our youngest of parishioners begins in the home and continues with reinforcement through on site classes at St. Benedict. Classes are offered as follows…

Monday-Tuesday or Wednesday from 4-5:15 PM for grades Pre-K* to 5th grade.
Monday-Tuesday or Wednesday from 6-7:15 PM for grades K-7th.
* Pre-K is for students 4years old by September 1st and out of diapers.

(We offer Sunday evening classes only for our Confirmation prep students in grades 8-9-10.)

The sacraments of First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion are usually received in  the 2nd grade year, after 2 years of formation classes (1st and 2nd grade). For more information, please click here.

First Holy Communion 2016-17 Schedules:

Block these dates on your calendar now!

First Holy Communion 2017 will be on May 13th, 2017. Mass times will be assigned after Christmas.

1st Reconciliation Workshop will be on Saturday, October 29th from 9-11AM OR 1-3PM (your choice of times to suit your busy schedule).

1st Holy Communion Workshop will be on Saturday, February 25th, 2017 from 9-11AM OR 1-3PM (your choice to suit your busy schedule).

Sign-ups for workshops will be posted in the fall, after classes begin.
Questions should be directed to our Sacramental Coordinator at 678-992-2515.

1st Reconciliation Workshop Presentation
A copy of the presentation given at the 1st Reconciliation Workshop (on October 29,2016) is available for viewing. It is not intended to be definitive teaching on Reconciliation, but can serve as a useful aid. Please click here for the presentation.

Pre K- 7th Grade Curriculum-

The curriculum we use for our Pre-K to 7th grades is the Pflaum Gospel Weeklies Faith Formation Program. Each week our students learn, through an age appropriate program,  about what will happen in the Gospel at Mass the next Sunday. These lessons build on the everyday experiences of the children and make the Gospel come to life! The completed lessons are sent home each week so the whole family can better share the experience of the Gospel teachings.
Here is a link to the Pflaum website for a full description…