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RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)

RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) Participant

Position Description: The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the process offered by the Catholic Church for persons who have an interest in becoming members of the Church. This includes the un-baptized, and those baptized in another Christian denomination. The Catholic Church welcomes new members and thus tries to provide appropriate spiritual formation according to each person’s needs.
Time Commitment: Two hour meetings weekly for about 30 weeks. The actual number of weeks depends on each individual person’s needs.
Contact Person: Jennifer Nelson 627-8493,


Position Description: Walk the faith journey with RCIA catechumen or candidate. A variety of possible options for involvement in assisting with the RCIA process.
Time Commitment: RCIA meets weekly September through April. Time will vary depending on your choice of options.
Talent to Share: Willingness to share your faith and learn more about it.
Contact Person: Jennifer Nelson 627-8493,

RCIA For Children Team

Position Description: Our team members participate in the mission of Christ by working as a team to guide and prepare children interested in being initiated into the Catholic Church.
Time Commitment: Lesson planning (with a set curriculum) every week (classes likely held on Monday evenings) from September through April, attendance at the Rite of Sending and Election (usually the first Sunday of Lent) and the day of the Easter Vigil.
Talent to Share: Knowledge of the faith, familiarity and love for the Church’s traditions, and a love for helping children encounter and follow Christ.
Contact Person: Jennifer Nelson 627-8493,