Small Faith Communities (SFCs) are a gathering of approximately five to fifteen people who meet on a regular basis with the common purpose of growing together in their faith. Through prayer, Scripture, and sharing of experiences, members support one another to live out Christian values and connect faith to everyday life. Over 400 St. Richard parishioners and non-parishioners meet regularly in these small groups helping each other to build this much needed bridge between our spiritual and everyday lives.
The upcoming season will begin the week of February 24th. We are excited to have a series created by our very own Father Nick Adam on Virtues. You won’t want to miss this!!
Small Faith Communities meet in homes or at the church for prayer, scripture, faith-sharing, fellowship and ministry. We have 20+ groups consisting of:
- Married Couples
- Adult Singles
- Ladies Groups
- Seniors (60+)
- Young Couples
- Young Parents
- Young Singles
Competed forms can be placed in the collection basket, in the box in the vestibule of the church or turned into the church office.
SFC Core Team consist of Father John Bohn, Debbie Tubertini, Brian Johnson, Glenn & Maureen Griffin, Alex Rueff, Emily Sullivan and Yvonne Thaxton. The core team is responsible for planning and developing programs for the small faith communities here at St. Richard and to take actions to encourage their growth to include the broadest population. They meet monthly.
For additional information or questions please contact Debbie Tubertini at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 601.366.2335 Ext. 107.