St. Michael CCD: Grades K-6
What does CCD stand for? Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, which is an association established in Rome in 1562 for the purpose of giving religious education. Its modern usage, often-abbreviated CCD or C.C.D., is a religious education program of the Roman Catholic Church, normally designed for children.
St. Michael CCD concentrates on grades Kindergarten – 6th, which consists of catechesis and preparation for the reception of the sacraments. We strive to work with families and be a part of the bridge of trust (a positive experience with Jesus Christ, the Church, a Christian believer, or something identifiably Christian) each child needs to move toward the next step of discipleship. Students in K – 6th grade, who attend public schools or are home-schooled during the school year, are invited and encouraged to participate in CCD.
Our classes meet on Sunday mornings from 9:15-10:45am beginning August 26, 2018.
Please download, complete,and mail the registration form with payment to the parish office or drop into the collection basket. Please register by August 15th so we have time to prepare for your children.
We look forward to a wonderful year!
Please contact the CCD Coordinator for assistance: Deanne Stieb 402-540-1890 firstname.lastname@example.org
“Dear young people….Do not wait until you are older in order to set out on the path of holiness! Holiness is always youthful, just as eternal as the youthfulness of God…You are our Hope; the young are our hope. Do not let that hope die!”
– Pope John Paul II, July 27, 2002