Adult Faith Formation
The Bible and the sacraments
Wednesdays @ 10am (October 18th - JANUARY 10th)
What are the sacraments? Why do we do what we do in the confessional or at Mass? What’s the point of baptizing a baby?
While Catholics know the sacraments are important, many never fully grasp how life-changing these “masterworks of God” really are. Now they can. The Bible and the Sacraments, based off of the work of Scott Hahn, unveils the mystery of the sacraments and their foundation in Sacred Scripture.
Join author, speaker, and St. Paul Center Executive Director, Matthew Leonard, in this stunning, awe-inspiring series, in which the power of the sacraments come alive in a personal, new way. All in all, you will experience the sacraments as you’ve never experienced them before!
** Registration is $20 to cover the cost of the course workbook **
If interested, call Paul Chutikorn at (541) 884-4566 or via email: Paul@sacredheartkf.org or simply fill out the online form below.
read between the wines
mondays @ 6pm (October 16th - November 6th)
Join your sisters at Sacred Heart and become a WINE member (it’s free)! We will begin our second “Read Between the Wines” book club Monday, October 16th, 2017 at 6:00-7:30PM. The title of the book we will be discussing is: Unleashed by Sonja Corbitt. This is a four-week study, we will meet for 4 consecutive Mondays.
6:00PM – 6:30PM Social Time
6:30-7:30 PM Book Discussion
Sacred Heart Religious Education Center
Please contact Kandace in the Parish office if you would like to join us on this journey, or simply register below.
men of st. joseph
saturdays @ 9AM (Parish Hall)
The Men of St. Joseph is an association of Christian men, united under the Catholic Church, who meet weekly to pray together and encourage each other to be the spiritual leaders of their families. The purpose of the Men of St. Joseph is to instill holiness in men and facilitate spiritual leadership in family and community life.
The Men of St. Joseph meet on Saturdays at 9:00AM in the Parish Hall. Come and join us for 90 minutes of prayer, coffee, fellowship and a discussion of the upcoming Sunday scripture readings.