Arts & Environment
Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA)
Loaves & Fishes
Religious Education Advisory Committee (REAC)
Knights of Columbus
Adult Faith Formation Committee
Loss of Spouse
Children's Shopping Spree
School Advisory Committee (SAC)
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Funeral Lunch Ministry
Home and School Association
Seasonal Item Collections
Senior Care Ministry
Parish Pastoral Council
St. John's Annual Super Sale
Pastoral Care Commission
Easter Egg Hunt
Early Childhood Faith Formation
St. John's School Jubilee 2017
Children's Liturgy of the Word
Sick and Homebound
We Care Weekend
Child Care for Events
Elementary Youth Faith Formation
Growing Through Loss
Holy Family Prayer Group
Vacation Bible School and SON Days
Depression Support Coalition
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
Sewing Baptism Gowns
Cultural Outreach Committee
Parish Resource Guide
Essential Piece Invitation
Religious Education Registration
Registrations are still be accepted for the 2018-2019 RE year. Forms can be downloaded for printing (see below):
2018-2019 RE Registration Form
Please remember, registration for Confirmation is completed separately -- using a different form. To learn more about St. John's Confirmation preparation, click here.
Wednesday sessions begin on October 3, 2018.
If you have questions, please contact RE@stjohns-savage.org or call 952-890-9434!
For more information, contact:
RE Grades 1-5
Elementary children in grades 1-5 meet on Wednesday evenings, 4:45-6:00 pm or 6:30-7:45 pm. Class groups of 10-12 children gather in classrooms in St. John the Baptist Catholic School. Each class is taught by volunteer catechists. The program begins in the fall and continues through the school year, following both the Church liturgical calendar and ISD 191 (Burnsville-Savage-Eagan) calendar for the schedule of classes.
Children in Grades 1-5 will use Alive in Christ, published by Our Sunday Visitor. This text features a unique scope and sequence that integrates the seven major themes of Catechesis: Creation, God, Jesus Christ, the Church, Christian Morality, the Sacraments, and Salvation History. Children pray together, participate in service projects and form new friendships. They are also exposed to the rituals and traditions unique to our Catholic faith.
Students gather in the school gym before each session begins. At the end of the session, children are to be picked up in the classroom by a parent/designated adult or older sibling. **The catechist will not release the child until the parent/designated adult or an older sibling is present to pick him/her up or will bring him/her to the Education Office to wait.
Contact: Andi Little
Director of Faith Formation