Kimberley’s Sacred Heart offers religious instruction

Catechism classes for children and discussion for adults

  • Oct. 24, 2012 7:00 a.m.

Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church is offering faith formation for children, teens and adults this fall.

Catechism classes for children, Grade 1 to 7, are offered every Wednesday from 6:45 until 8 p.m. All are welcome; you d do not have to be an active member of the parish, simply want your children to have the opportunity.

For teens and adults, we are offering a video and discussion based program. Although the program is called ‘Catholicism’, we believe that anyone wanting to know more about Christianity or to explore their roots, as well as active Christians of any denomination, will find it both informative and inspiring.

This program will run October 25, October 30, November 1 and 6, 2012. Both programs will be in Sacred Hearth Church Hall.

For more information, or for registration, please call Penny at 250-427-2048, or email tpsibbald@cyberlink.ca

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