Sacraments & Faith Formation
Baptism BAPTISM OF INFANTS - Infants are children seven years and younger. You must attend a Baptism Seminar which consists of 2 two-hour sessions. The seminar is held two times each year. We offer FREE childcare during the seminar.
Baptism of children 8 years and older: Unbaptized children 8 years and older will prepare for the sacrament of Baptism throughout Children’s RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults).
BAPTISM OF ADULTS/RCIA - Adults receive the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist) at the Easter Vigil after one year of preparation.
Confession/Penance - every Saturday at 3:00 or by appointment. Contact the church office at 321-783-4554 to schedule.
Eucharist/First Communion - First and Second Grade classes are designed for students who are preparing to receive their First Holy Communion. This is a two-year program which all students must attend in order to receive the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist. In addition to the textbook studies, the students will also make visits to the church, learn the meaning of the various parts of the mass, and grow to understand the importance of having Christ in their lives.
Confirmation - Eighth and Ninth Grade classes are designed for students who are preparing to receive their Confirmation. This is a two-year program in preparation to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation.
Adults needing Confirmation contact Beth Murphy at 321-783-4554 ext. 114 or by email email@example.com
Marriage - Contact the parish office to arrange. 321-783-4554.
Anointing of the Sick - If you or a loved one wishes to receive the Sacrament of the Sick or the Last Rites, please contact the parish office at 321-783-4554
Christian Burial - Contact the parish office to arrange. 321-783-4554.
Religious Education - Our Saviour’s Parish Religious Education Program is available to students who are attending non-Catholic schools and are in grades PreK4 – 9. It is an opportunity for them to grow in their knowledge of Scripture and help them prepare to receive the Sacraments of Penance, Eucharist and, eventually, Confirmation.
Small Christian Communities - "A small Christian community is a face-to-face gathering of six to twelve people who invest time with one another for the common purpose of applying gospel values to every aspect of their lives." Small Christian Communities: A Vision of Hope for the 21st Century.” From RENEW International.
Small Christian Communities (SCC) are made up of parishioners who gather weekly in homes or on church grounds to discuss the upcoming Sunday readings. After opening with a prayer, participants go over the Sunday readings and study the commentaries prepared by Fr. Eamon Tobin.
For information on how to start or join a group contact Anne Goodin at 860-878-4250.
Secular Franciscans - meets the third Saturday of each month after the 9:00 a.m. Communion Service. Contact Claire Nicholson 321-784-0565.
Teen Ministry - All high school teens are invited to join us! We meet every other Thursday at 7:00 pm in the "Upper Room" above the auditorium.