What is Catechumenate?
The Catechumenate is a community of learning, conversation, and fellowship in a gathering as old as Christianity itself. It is the journey to baptism, confirmation, reception into the Episcopal Church, or the reaffirmation of baptismal vows. Participation in the Catechumenate is also a wonderful way to learn more about Saint John’s as a cathedral and a community and to prepare for membership in the church.
Saint John’s offers three classes per year; you only have to sign up for one 4-week course to complete the catechumenate. Each class will meet for four consecutive weeks with clergy and a sponsor and then will continue the journey together with their sponsor.
Due to the shortened nature of each class, please register only if you can be present at all four sessions with the clergy. Class sizes are limited to 15. For questions, please contact Tina Clark at .
March 2023 Catechumenate
This class will meet for 4 consecutive weeks with Curate Amy Newell-Large and a sponsor. Amy’s catechumenate classes will take place on Tuesday evenings at 6 pm on Zoom. A Zoom link will be sent out to your class come March. The dates this class will meet are March 7, March 14, March 21, and March 28. To register, please fill out this form.