Religious Education Overview
  • Overview
  • REACH K-6
  • Grades 7-8
  • TOTAL
  • RCIA
  • Bible Study
All St. Jerome Religious Education for school-age children occurs on Sunday:
  • K-6 on Sunday morning
  • Grades 7-12 on Sunday evening.

Important links for parents of school-age children

Volunteers
      Volunteers sign-up link
      VIRTUS Online – Diocesan-required volunteer training
      VIRTUS sign up page and dates of the classes
      Volunteer’s Background Check Release Form
Registration Forms (Download, print out, fill out, and mail or hand in to the parish office)
      Religious Education Registration Form
      TOTAL Registration Form (Grades 11 and 12)
      Confirmation Registration Form (9th Grade)
Online Payments
Families can pay for their religious education tuition online. Choose from the following:
 
Calendars for Religious Education
       K-6 calendar
 
For descriptive information about the St. Jerome K-6, 7-8, or high school religious education programs:
 
CONTACT:
reachstjerome@optonline.net
Kathy Coyne, Director of Religious Education, 203-846-2111
Natalie Raduazzo, Administrative Assistant, 203-846-2111
Kathy Rohr, Administrative Assistant, 203-846-2111
 
St. Jerome Church
ATTN: Religious Education
23 Half Mile Road
Norwalk, CT 06851
reachstjerome@optonline.net
 
 
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At St. Jerome’s we place enormous value on our religious education program and work hard to foster the faith tradition that gives value to us as Christians, as individuals, and as families and communities. Everything about our parish religious education program proclaims the fundamental conviction that God comes first. We set aside time for prayer, worship, and learning about our faith so that we may be enriched as Christians, as individuals, and as a community. We balance worship, learning, and service to others. We want to do everything in our power to help individuals and families, children and adults, students and teachers, to remain spiritually vital, to believe that the very name of the Lord is holy, to know their faith tradition, and to possess, as Christ instructed us, a profound respect for life and for every human person.