to Religious Education

Sessions for Grades K-5

 Sunday mornings 8:30am-9:45am.


Wednesday evenings 5:30pm- 6:45pm (Grades 2 & 3 only). 

K-5 Online Family Catechesis

Youth Ministry Grades 6-8

Online discipleship groups

Questions or Comments on K-12 Faith Formation or Youth Ministry, Contact Shannon McAden

The mission of St. Theresa Religious Education programs is to help our children and young adults to develop a loving relationship with our Heavenly Father and to enable them  to carry on their Catholic faith as disciples and witnesses of Jesus Christ.

Our Programs Goals 

- To help support parents in their role as the primary educators of the Faith for their children.

-To teach the Great Commandment as Jesus did; to love God with our whole heart, soul, mind and strength and to love our neighbor as ourselves.

-To teach the importance of daily prayer and to help students open their hearts to Gods presence in their lives.

-To develop a strong sense of belonging to the parish family, as evidenced by participation in Sunday Mass and other church activities.

- To teach the Truths and Faith of our Catholic Church and to encourage them to live a life in accordance with these Truths. 

- To provide an interactive and cooperative learning experience for our students that will encourage our students to want to know, love and serve the Lord.

-To prepare children and their families to receive the Sacraments.

Our Mission 

Faith Formation Schedule: 


 Grades Pre-K-5   8:30AM to 9:45AM



Grades K-5    5:30PM- 6:45PM 



The Program fee is $125.00 per family (Teacher fee is waived). There is also an additional $40.00 Sacrament Fee for those preparing for Reconciliation, Confirmation & 1st Eucharist. If this presents a financial hardship, please contact Father Gary or Shannon McAden 

603-964-6440 Ex. 519

We follow the school schedule and cancel in severe weather. WMUR posts cancellations.

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