Catechumenate Training October 2015

Catechumenate Training October 2015

by Jerry Pare', Operations Manager, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Sacramento

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Sacramento, the Episcopal Church of St. Martin's in Davis and St. John's Lutheran Church in Sacramento are co-hosting a Catechumenate Training Institute titled “Go, Baptize, Make Disciples” on October 1-3, 2015 at St. John's Lutheran Church in Sacramento. 

What: Catechumenate Training
When: October 1st-3rd
Where: St. John's Lutheran Church
1701 L Street
Sacramento, CA 95811
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Cost: $185.00/per person
click here for online registration

The North American Association for the Catechumenate (NAAC) is the facilitator for this training event. Learn how the catechumenate process can help your congregation in "Making Disciples, Raising up Saints and Transforming Communities in Christ." Learn how the process can be used not only for youth and adult baptism, but also for Confirmation, Reception into The Episcopal Church, and Reaffirmation of Faith. Pastors, musicians, seminarians and lay leaders are encouraged to attend this event.

A team composed of Episcopalians, Lutherans and Presbyterians will lead participants through this  inspirational and practical three-day training designed to introduce this ancient spiritual practice for youth and adults to their congregations. Congregational leaders already involved in the Catechumenate process are also encouraged to attend, and to find new ways to enrich this journey of faith formation.

Scholarships are available for seminarians and first call pastors. For more information, please contact the NAAC registrar, Devra Betts via email at or via phone at (702) 232-8383. And please visit the the NAAC website at to download a brochure and/or to register online.

Click here to view and download the event flier.

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