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Adult Faith and Fellowship Ministries

 

Adult Faith Formation Small Groups

A continuing education in the faith with peer-led study programs during the week and Sunday morning discussion groups. Varying topics and classes are offered throughout the year. For more information on current study topics and meeting times, visit: Adult Faith Formation.


Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

Let’s face it, most of us go to the same Mass every weekend and sit in the same pew surrounded by the same parishioners and yet, other than extending a welcome and the Sign of Peace, we do not know their name or anything about them. Well this program can change that! The Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner Program gathers a randomly-selected group of 6 to 10 people at another parishioner’s home for dinner on the second Saturday of each month. The only information they are given is the address, phone number and what to bring i.e. appetizer, salad, vegetable or dessert. The host for the evening would be responsible for the main course and beverages (wine, soda and coffee). They too do not know who will be at their home, only the number of guests and what they will bring. We try to ensure that everyone gets to meet new people at each dinner and build a friendship in faith and community. For more information and to register, click here or contact Sue Crance at scrance@sc.rr.com or (843) 557-4401.


Msgr. Lofton's Wednesday Morning Bible Study

Join Msgr. Lofton's small group study Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. in the conference room in the parish office. Together the group discusses the Person of Jesus Christ and God's Revelation in the Scriptures. Currently, the group is reading books by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. The discussion is recorded and made available on our website here
 

Men's Annual Parish Retreat

This annual overnight retreat offers the men of our parish (18 years and older) the perfect opportunity to explore the many facets of our Catholic spirituality. The Retreat Team prepares a relaxed and inviting environment which allows the participants to focus on growing in their relationship with God while enjoying the fellowship of other parishioners. Presentations are offered on a variety of topics such as Prayer, Sacred Scripture, New Life in Christ, the Eucharist, Reconciliation, Discipleship and others. For more information, go to The Men’s Retreat. Contact: Larry Wiley at (843) 412-1093 or larry@floydbrace.com 
 

Women's Annual Parish Retreat

This annual overnight retreat offers the women of our parish (18 years and older) the perfect opportunity to explore the richness of our Catholic faith and to return home with a renewed inner strength and greater appreciation of God's presence in our daily lives. A relaxed and welcoming environment invites participants to focus on growing their relationship with God while enjoying the fellowship of other parishioners. Presentations are offered on a variety of topics such as Prayer, Sacred Scripture, New Life in Christ, the Eucharist, Reconciliation, Discipleship and others. For more information, go to The Women’s Retreat. Contact: Annette Wiley at (843) 367-0790 or annettewiley29@gmail.com
 

RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults)

To welcome and address any adult inquiring about the Catholic faith and tradition, and to provide preparation and support for those seeking any of the Sacraments of initiation—Baptism, Holy Communion, or Confirmation. For more information on RCIA, contact Ken Chandlee and Dan Crance at rcia@sttheresachurch.com


Seniors/Retirees

Our mission is to provide fellowship and fun for the seniors & retirees of the parish. We gather for lunches, play games, and sometimes have entertainment or a speaker, to create our own social network. All are invited and welcome to join us on the 2nd Wednesday of the month, September to May, in the parish hall at 11:30 a.m. Contact Gina Schmidt at 240-381-4871 or gschmidt259@gmail.com


Sister to Sister

Open to all women of our parish no matter what age or season in life. We are never too young or too old to grow in our faith and relationship with God. As baptized Catholics we are sisters in God’s family. We also share the same spiritual Mother, The Blessed Virgin Mary. Our goal is to provide the opportunity to share uplifting content, nourishment for our souls, favorite scriptures, and opportunities to learn more about one another as sisters in Christ. To learn more, visit our website here or contact us at SisterToSisterStTheresa@gmail.com.
 

Vine of Joy

An avenue of communication and inspiration for women who are in the “younger season” of their lives. Defining “Younger” is a bit of a challenge. Women of all ages share many things in common. However, this group is designed for women from ages twenty-something to mid-forty-something, single, married, divorced, with or without children. A vine is a symbol of life, of growth, connectedness, service, and in a spiritual way, dependency, dependency on our Lord. “Vine of Joy” describes women who are striving to grow in their faith, sharing their faith through connecting with other women, serving one another through friendship, and accomplishing this through the spiritual gift of Joy.

 

 

 
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