“to promote an ongoing process for life long spiritual growth and faith development”
NO Faith Formation Classes over Presidents' Weekend
February 20-21, 2017
No Tuesday Faith Formation Classes on February 28, 2017 - Mardi Gras!
No Wednesday Faith Formation Classes on March 1, 2017 - Ash Wednesday
Welcome to St. Daniel Faith Formation!
St. Daniel offers instruction in the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church to parishioners of all ages and with a strong focus on family identity. Classes are taught by volunteer catechists as well as faith filled parents who work in the home schooling programs.
One goal of Faith Formation at St. Daniel is to foster the spiritual development of children within the context of family: as a member of his or her own family and as a member of our parish community. All faith formation begins in the home and our goal is to aid parents in forming their children in the Catholic faith and instilling in the children a Catholic identity.
We offer a variety of programs. We recognize that families have many scheduling conflicts. That is why from the young preschooler to an adult scripture study student, there are programs offered to meet age, ability and learning styles. To learn about different options we ask you to click on the area/age level of interest in the horizontal list to the left. Look at our offerings and see how St. Daniel can enrich your faith.
Children with special needs are welcomed and encouraged to attend our programming. We will discuss with you an optimal program to help your child grow in faith.
To register for classes, please fill out the registration form. Questions? Call the Faith Formation Office at 248-625-1750 to speak with Colleen Snyder , Director of Children’s Catechesis, or to our secretary, Lynn Lenhardt.
Keeping Kids Safe
The Archdiocese of Detroit is committed to providing a safe environment for all who worship, work or participate in activities at our parishes and schools. We are particularly concerned that our children are kept safe both on and off church property. This is a continuation of initiatives of protecting God’s children.
Questions or information: Archdiocese of Detroit, Margaret Huggard, Victim Assistance Coordinator, 866-343-8055.
To report abuse or neglect: Michigan Department of Human Services, 855-444-3911.