Adult Education & RCIA at SPC
Sunday Morning Apologetics (Fr. Barron's Catholicism Series - 9 to 10 a.m.) and Sunday Morning Scripture Study (Little Rock: Eternal Life - 10:45 to 11:45 a.m.) are back in session for the Fall 2012 season and are held in the Blessed Trinity High School Media Center. No registration required. (Click to learn more...)
Wednesday Evening Church History Series (7:00 a.m to 8:30) begins on January 16, 2013 with Jeff Cavins' Epic: A Journey through Church History, a 10-week study, in Classroom 1. (Click to learn more...)
Whether you are looking for answers to your questions, a source for prayers and devotions, a passage from the bible or simply Catholic fellowship, you've come to the right place.
Nothing in this life is more important than to discover God's purpose for you and to live that out faithfully in His life of grace.
As the Catechism says so well, "God made you to know, love and serve Him in this life and to spend all eternity in happiness with Him in the life to come.
The Second Vatican Council reminds each of us that holiness is not only for the clergy, the religious, the cloistered... each of us is called to live a life of saintly holiness in the ordinary happenings of our daily life, no matter what our state in life might be.
Mission: The purpose of the Adult Education department is to assist the pastor in the evangelization, education and formation of men and women of good will who wish to enter into a deeper relationship with God, to advance in the prayer life and to attain Heaven. We seek to assist you to integrate faith, family and work.
To accomplish the mission, we offer a variety of programs and events including bible studies, classes, and speakers series.
We welcome those non-Catholics who are interested in learning about the Catholic faith to participate in RICA Inquiry, education and formation sessions offered throughout the year.
We also welcome Catholics who have been away from the Church for whatever reason or time to a series of sessions to help you reconnect with your Catholic Church.
If you have any questions or would just like to talk to someone, call or email:
Deacon Mike Bickerstaff
Director of Adult Education & Evangelization
Direct Phone: (678) 832-1228