Family Faith Formation: Registration

Registration for 2022-23 has been open since June 6 and will close on AUG 15!

Steps for Registering:

  1. Read the Program Expectations before registering so you understand what the requirements will be for you and your children.
  2. Fill out the Family Faith Formation Registration Form 2022-2023.
  3. An email with payment details will be sent after June 30. Registration is not considered complete until payment is received.
When will I choose my Session TIME?

Starting on Aug 1, we will send out to all registered and paid families a form to choose your session time. Emails to choose session times will be sent in batches in the order registrations were received. We are dependent upon volunteer group leaders for each session of formation that we offer.

All session choices must be submitted by AUG 15.

We will be creating rosters and our Family Faith Formation email distribution list after that date. There will be a $50 late fee for class session forms received after Aug 15.

If you are interested in volunteering to be a Group Leader and would like to know more, please contact Margi Loesel at

What are the program fees?

The cost per child is $100 if you register by July 31. After July 31, the fee increases to $150 so register early! This fee includes all supplies, books, and materials for the entire year. Catholic School/HTH do not pay this fee.

If your child is receiving First Holy Communion or Confirmation in spring of 2023 there is a $30 sacramental fee per child to cover additional materials and retreat expenses. There is NO SACRAMENTAL FEE if they are in their 1st year of First Holy Communion or 1st Year of Confirmation preparation.

RCIC/RCIT has a fee of $100 per child with a family cap of $300. There is no additional book fee or sacramental fee.

An email with payment details will be sent after June 30. Registration is not considered complete until payment is received. Online payment is preferred, but checks will also be accepted.

Ready to get started with your registration?  Go to:

“Parents must be acknowledged as the first and foremost educators of their children. Their role as educators is so decisive that scarcely anything can compensate for their failure in it….The right and duty of parents to give education is essential…and it is irreplaceable and inalienable, and therefore incapable of being entirely delegated to others or usurped by others.”

Familiaris Consortio #36, Pope St. John Paul II
Contact the Family Faith Formation Team

Margi Loesel, Director of Religious Education

Lourdes Highfill, Faith Formation Assistant (Spanish Speaking)

Mary Beth Balint, Faith Formation Assistant