We are still registering for our all Faith Formation 2020-2021 season.  Please click the button below for information and our online forms. 


Classes will begin on October 4th

Due to COVID-19 we will be offering Distance Learning throughout the end of December.  We will re-evaluate the situation at that time with the hope that we can resume in-classroom learning for the New Year. 


St. Luke Faith Formation Classes begin October 4, 2020 

Parent Curriculum/Website Training Gospel Pflaum Weeklies 
For grades 1st, 3rd-6th on September 30 at 6:30 with Bayard regional manager, Mark O’Dougherty. Email invite will be sent to parents the week of training.

PARKING LOT PICKUP – Parent drive through supply pick up. 

  • Sunday, September 27 from 6-7pm

  • Monday, September 28 from 4-5pm and 6-7pm

  •  Wednesday, September 30 from 6:30-7:30pm

  • Saturday, October 3 from 10-11am

More information will be coming soon. 
Options and resources during COVID-19

You can download the weekly lesson here for grades K through 8: 


*IMPORTANT - if you are asked for a code it is 1127208

New free content available for families can be found here

CATHOLIC CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES is a Catholic Based site with Mass readings, activities, coloring pages, craft ideas, word search puzzlies, etc. (all based on the weekly Masses)

Faith Formation Mission Statement 

“The Faith Formation team, as part of the community of believers will try to bring scripture to life through our living example, by learning, sharing and acting out our Catholic faith. In our ministry to our brothers and sisters of all ages we will nurture one another on our faith journey while deepening our understanding of our Catholic beliefs and traditions.

The fundamental task of catechesis is to form disciples of Jesus Christ. Jesus instructed his disciples, prayed with them, showed them how to live and gave them his mission. Our Catholic faith must be known, celebrated, lived and expressed in prayer and works. All Faith Formation programs follow and adhere to the teachings of the Church, and the doctrines of the Catechisms of the Catholic Church. The team of catechists under the direction of the Director of Religious Education have been guided in spirit and instructed on church doctrine, to assist each child in achieving his or her maximum potential in mind, body, and spirit within a Catholic environment.

Six primary tasks for Catechists:

Knowledge ~ Promote the knowledge of the Catholic faith.

Worship ~  Promote knowledge of the meaning of the Liturgy and Sacraments

Moral Life ~  Promote moral formation in Jesus Christ.

Prayer ~ Teach the Catholic how to pray with Christ.

Community LIfe ~ Prepare the Catholic to live in community and to participate actively in the life mission                   of the Catholic Church through the parish and diocese.  

Service ~ To promote a missionary spirit that prepares the faithful to be present as Christians in society. 


What does a Catechist look like?

“The definitive aim of catechesis is to put people not only in touch but also in      

  communion and intimacy with Jesus Christ”                             GDC, 80

For Director of Religious Education (Grades 1 through 9)  

Ellisa Hayes

at 704-545-0065 x 14 or by email at EllisaHayes@stlukechurch.net

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