Faith Formation


Formation ministries strive to deepen the faith life and understanding of adults and children by lifting up Catholic teaching, traditions, and values. Well-formed individuals are better equipped to confidently share the good news of Jesus Christ and Catholic Christianity with a world in need. Children’s formation ministries assist parents in their primary role as shapers of their children’s faith, and support the development of strong families—the “domestic church.”

Interested in learning more about formation ministries and service opportunities?  Please contact Lisa Downs, Director of Faith Formation:; 502-245-9733 ex.20


Adult Formation


Confirmation Preparation

Classes in English and Spanish are offered for baptized adults who have not been confirmed.

Monday Scripture Study

Morning and evening sessions are offered for prayerful study of Scripture and Catholic teachings.

Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA)

RCIA is the process for welcoming new adult members, and unbaptized children aged 7 and older, into the Catholic faith community. It is generally a year-long process tailored to the needs of the individual.

Sunday Formation (Spanish)

Spanish adult faith-sharing and Scripture study are offered Sunday mornings between Masses in the Epiphany House living room.

Scripture Sharing

This group meets on the third Monday of the month to discuss the Sunday Gospel.

Formation Speakers

Periodic evening and weekend presentations on Scripture and Catholic teaching, traditions, and values are offered.

Children’s Formation


Sunday Formation Classes

PreK-6th grade formations classes are held between Sunday Masses, including First Communion/First Reconciliation preparation for 2nd graders.

Gather the Children

Children’s Liturgy of the Word is offered at the 9:00 a.m. Mass.

First Eucharist Preparation for Older Children

An after-school class is offered for children aged 9 and older to prepare for First Eucharist/First Reconciliation.

Bibletimes Marketplace

Held for a week each summer in conjunction with our covenant partners Anchorage Presbyterian Church and St. Luke's Episcopal, Bibletimes invites K-6 children to learn what life was like in biblical times. They dwell in tents with tribe families, participate in craft-making, singing, and dancing, and experience Scripture stories come to life through storytelling.

Epiphany Library and Kiosk

Books, magazines, DVDs and CDs on a variety of faith-related topics are available in the library and from the moveable kiosk in the Community Center.  Come browse!


Get Involved! Formation Service Opportunities

Children’s Formation Catechists and Teen Aides

Formation Committee Members

Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) Team Members

RCIA Sponsors

RCIA Dismissal Leaders

Adult Confirmation Catechists (English and Spanish)

Gather the Children Catechists

Spanish Speakers (miscellaneous needs)

Childcare Volunteers

Bibletimes Marketplace Adult Volunteers and Teen Aides

Office Volunteers

Library Volunteers

Hospitality Providers

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