Adult Faith Formation

Adult Faith Formation Team

A group of parishioners who plan and organize Adult Faith Formation events for the Parish. They meet on the first Tuesday  of the following months: January, March, May, September, and November, or as needed.   Parishioners who are interested in serving on this team should contact Deacon Chuck Wright.

CONTACT:  Deacon Chuck Wright  937-667-3419, ext. 203

Adult Faith Formation Mission Statement

The St. John the Baptist Adult Faith Formation Team is a subgroup of the Evangelization and Catechesis Commission its purpose is as follows; To create opportunities for parishioners to renew and strengthen their faith in Christ and to promote their active engagement in the life of the Church so as to foster an enthusiasm within them to share this faith with others.

RCIA Inquiry

Are you, or someone you know, interested in the Catholic Faith? Did you know that a person can inquire at any time throughout the year about Catholicism, with no commitment beyond the interest of finding out more about what we believe and how it impacts our lives? Call Deacon Charles Wright 937-667-3419 x 203 to learn more.

Catholics Come Home

Have you been away from the Church for a while? Have you been thinking about returning and don’t know how or where to begin? St. John the Baptist staff are ready to offer a listening ear and help you take the steps to renew your relationship with God and with the Church.

We’re here to answer your questions, help you take those next steps, and welcome you home.

The following websites may be helpful to you:

Adult Faith Formation Opportunities

Various Adult Faith Opportunities are offered throughout this year, some of which will include Speakers, Bible Studies, Book Club’s, Parish Missions and more. Watch the bulletin and parish emails for details as these events unfold. If you would like to facilitate a study or have an idea for an Adult Faith event please contact us.

Contact: Deacon Chuck Wright at 937-667-3419, ext. 203 or email at cwright@stjohntippcity.org