Religious Education

 



 

Parish School of Religion (PSR)

St. Elizabeth Parish School of Religion (PSR) is a combination home/parish family program for families with children in grades 1-8 who do not attend St. Elizabeth school*. Parents teach their own children at home each week, using a textbook approved by the Diocese. Once a month, parents and children registered in the program meet in Seton Hall for support, prayer and a group lesson. Family Meetings typically take place on the 2nd Sunday of the month in Seton Hall from 8:45 – 9:45am and are a required part of the program. Parents will receive the dates of monthly meetings at the Parent Meeting August 25, 2021.

 

1st Reconciliation & 1st Eucharist Preparation

Children not attending St. Elizabeth school who desire to receive 1st Reconciliation and 1st Eucharist prepare for these sacraments through the PSR. Parents will be required to attend a meeting for each sacrament. Students and parents will be required to attend one extra class to prepare for each sacrament.

 

Your child MUST be registered by August 1, 2021

To secure your place and ensure that books will be ordered, your child must be registered for the 2021/2022 PSR year by August 1.

 

Click here to register

 

There is a $25** supply fee per child that is due at the Parent Meeting/Book Pick-Up on Wednesday, August 25 at 6:30pm in Seton Hall.

 

*Students not enrolled in St. Elizabeth School who wish to participate in Parochial League Athletics need to be registered in PSR by August 1.

 

**$35 fee after August 1 registration deadline.

 

 



 

Breaking Open the Word (BOW) - ON HOLD DUE TO COVID
is an age-appropriate celebration of the Liturgy of the Word for children in grades K-2 that takes place during the 10:00 Mass on Sundays from September through May. A team of volunteers lead the weekly sessions and additional volunteers are always needed. BOW leaders are trained, given materials and support, and conduct one session every 4-6 weeks. All that is needed on your part is a desire to help children grow in faith. Dads are welcome, too!