St. Augustine Faith Formation Opportunities


Parish School of Religion classes resume September 10th.
Registration forms and calendars are now available please click here for more information.
Please see our 2017-2018 PSR Faith Formation Flyer.



Adult Faith Formation

During the year, the parish provides opportunities for adults to attend Adult Faith Formation.  Programs will be provided both  at St. Augustine and St. James.  Parishioners of all three parishes are welcome to attend.  In addition, we inform our parishioners of other opportunities to explore our Faith at other parishes in the area.  Among the programs provided is the study of the Catechism of the Catholic Church and Bible Study.  Information on these programs is provided in the weekly bulletin and announcements at Mass.


Adult Faith Formation Activities
Saint Joseph

Divine Mercy Chaplet – Fridays 3pm (Chapel)
Miraculous Medal Novena – Thursdays 6:30pm (Chapel)
Under Construction (men) – Every other Wed 7pm, next one April 5th

Saint Augustine
Rosary - Sundays at 8am starting March 5th and continuing through Lent

Saint James
Morning Bible Study (women) – Tuesdays 10am
Men’s Group - Every other Thurs 7:30pm (office)

Evangelization Activities
 Christ Life – Starts October 5th (register on-line www.DiscoverChristinMD.org)
  ChristLife Planning Meeting** - next one August 28th at 6:30 at St. Joseph 
  All are Welcome!! Stop in and see the exciting plans we are working on!
  Door to Door – (rotates locations) next one September 12th 5pm (Boonsboro) **AFF/Evangelization 


Youth Faith Formation 

The Youth Faith Formation classes meet from September to April following the 8:30am mass in the church basement. Contact the church office for more information.


Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults - RCIA

RCIA is for adults who wish to complete their full initiation into the Catholic Church. Classes meet on Monday evenings at the three churches. Contact the church office for more information.




Child and Youth Protection

St. Augustine and the Archdiocese of Baltimore strive to produce a healthy and nurturing environment for children and youth. We are dedicated to making sure our church is a safe environment for them. STAND is a process by which we promote healthy ministry by seeking to engage competent qualified volunteers and employees. To protect children and youth, volunteers and employees are screened for their fitness to work with minors. Please visit www.shieldthevunerable.org to learn more and complete the screening.