Faith formation informs, forms, and transforms the person—whether child, youth, or adult—into a robust, vital, and life-giving Christian faith that is holistic: a way of the head, the heart, and the hands. While expressed in many different ways, faith formation seeks to help people:
-Grow in their relationship with God for the whole of life;
-Live as disciples of Jesus at home, at work, in the community, and in the world;
-Develop an understanding of the Bible and their faith tradition;
-Deepen their spiritual life and practices;
-Engage in service and mission to the world; and
-Participate in the life and ministries of their faith community.
Southwestern Texas Synod is committed to active involvement in nurturing faith and trust in the living God. This commitment is grounded in our baptismal covenant to grow in faith, love, and obedience to the will of God, as we also love our neighbor and seek justice in the world. We believe faith formation is a gift of the Holy Spirit that continues throughout life. Communities of faith join the ongoing work of the Holy Spirit by engaging in faith practices and educational ministries. Recognizing and attending to God’s presence and the Christian community is necessary for lifelong formation and transformation.
Meets the THIRD THURSDAY of the EVEN MONTHS (in person) at 10:00 AM
at Christ Chapel in San Marcos
Meets on various THURSDAYS of the ODD MONTHS (San Antonio/Austin)
For more information contact Deacon Chris St. Clair or Denise Blomquist