Faith Formation Sacramental Preparation PRE-REGISTRATION: Reminder that all children in a Year 1 or Year 2 in a Sacramental Preparation Class must have their family status verified in order to register in Faith Formation. The form to fill out to confirm status is below!  This is required for students in both Year 1 and Year 2. Please list any of your children that will be in Year 1 or Year 2 of Sacramental Preparation (typically 1st/2nd grade, or 7th & 8th grade, but maybe different years if your child needs to prepare for a Sacrament at a different age). This pre-registration link is ONLY for families with children not attending our parish school. https://form.jotform.com/220935145935156
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Blessed Sacrament Justice Ministry

 

Contact: Sue Hennigan          
 

We come together with different faith communities who join together to pursue justice and address the underlying problems that make mercy ministries (feeding the poor, working with homeless, etc) necessary. Each congregation is committed to finding in the things we share, the strength that unity can bring. Blessed Sacrament was the first Catholic congregation to join in the planning and development of CAJM.
 

Responsibilities: Varies according to whether you are a Team member or a Network member. All members are asked to attend 4 community meetings.
 

Time Commitment: 20 hrs. spread out over a year.
 

 

 

What does it mean to be a Team Member?

A Team Member agrees to Host a house meeting, recruit and organize 10 people to be in their network, attend team assemblies, team meetings, attend Community Problems Assemblies, the Rally, the Action and the Celebration and bring 3 people to the Nehemiah Action. Team members can also participate in research committees.

What does it mean to be a Network Member?

Network members agree to attend the Community Problems Assembly, the Rally and the Action and Celebration. They are asked to bring 3 people to the Action. Members can participate in the research committees.