FAITH Alive in the Home
FAITH is a home visitor program for early childhood faith development created to support parents’ role as the First Educator of the Faith. Since the Church teaches that the home is the “domestic church,” faith is communicated to the child first by interaction with their parents/ care givers, and also by the environment of the home. FAITH program facilitators will attempt to enrich the parents’ spirituality and offer concrete, developmentally-appropriate methods for sharing faith with children.
The main goal of FAITH is to support parents in their role as first educators of the faith. The FAITH program will concentrate on the spiritual life of young children, supporting their growth and development and fostering independence through purposeful work. FAITH aims to help parents live out the baptismal covenant by incorporating faith practices in a faith-filled home environment.
To learn more about the program check out https://www.faithaliveinthehome.org/ or fill out the contact form below.