Welcome to St. Jerome
We want to love God and make disciples. Would you join us?
Whether you’re looking to simply dip your toes into our Sunday morning classes, see your children
grow in their personal relationship with Jesus, become a Catholic, or enter into the beauty of the
sacraments—there’s something for every stage of your journey.
Our Faith Formation Program has a place for you to get involved. No fees. No required service
hours. Just loving God and people and making disciples. If you are ready to serve or just want to
connect or grow, there are plenty of options for you to use your gifts and get involved. Here’s how.
Sunday is the number one opportunity for people to connect with church. Sunday is the day the
Catholic Church sets apart for Jesus—to be formed and to grow through the Eucharist. Would you
In between our 8:00AM and 10:15AM Sunday Masses, for just one hour, we offer a variety of ways
for you and your family to get involved:
• Pull up a chair in Marian Hall for coffee, discussion time, and helpful presentations
on life-change, engaging Bible study, and solid teaching.
• Looking to just connect with other parishioners between Masses? Visit our Fireside
Café for coffee and donuts.
• Children (birth – 5th grade) — Drop your child off at one of the classrooms in our
parish school where they will grow in their personal relationship with Jesus and the
Church. All children experience safe, age-appropriate environments where Church
teaching is taught in a creative and relevant way. Our ministry team is here to pray
for and with your child, engage with them, and teach them truths about God. All
our volunteers are background-checked and trained to provide a quality learning
experience. Join the fun at a place where kids meet Jesus on their level!
• Middle School (6th-8th grade) — Drop your Middle Schooler off in our Youth Room
adjacent to the Narthex where they will deepen their relationship with Jesus and
own their Catholic faith. Our Youth Ministry exists to reach students and connect
them with other young Catholics, to help them grow in their faith and to challenge
them to discover their gifts. Dynamic presentations, small groups, testimonies,
mission trips, service, retreats, and so much more invite our Middle Schoolers to
live into the communion of saints and the life of the Trinity.
On Wednesdays, we open our parish doors to our High Schoolers, RCIA candidates, Bible
studies, and small groups. For just one hour, we offer unique ways to get involved at St. Jerome
and to become all that God has made you to be.
RCIA — Our RCIA is a dynamic and welcoming program that invites all those seeking to
become Catholic to learn more about the Bible, Church teaching, Theology of the Body,
and what it means to be a disciple of Jesus in full communion with his Catholic Church.
We regularly meet in the Fireside Café for discussion, dynamic presentations, and prayer.
Confirmation Program: (9th-12th graders) — Our Confirmation Program is a place for teens to
belong, a place to become. This four-year experience is designed to reach teens where they
are and help them grow in their personal relationship with Jesus and the Church through
relevant and vibrant presentations, safe and fun small groups, mission trips, retreats, and
an intensive 11th grade confirmation year program. Our High School ministry exists to help
students grow and mature in their walk with Jesus, to live into the communion of saints
and the life of the Trinity together.
Bible Studies and Small Groups — If you are in a small group or Bible study, or would like
to start one, Wednesday nights is an opportunity to meet for prayer in the adoration
chapel, the sanctuary, or one of our many available rooms. St. Jerome Parish is a place
where generations gather to connect, grow, and serve.
8:00-9:00AM – Mass
9:00-10:00AM – Children’s, Middle School and High School grades 6-10, Adult Labs, Fireside Café
10:15-11:15AM – Mass
11:15-12:15PM – Fireside Café
Wednesdays 7:00-8:00PM – Confirmation Class for 11th grade, RCIA, Bible studies, small groups
Our Special Needs ministry is a dynamic, encouraging program that celebrates children with
special needs and strives to fully immerse children with special needs into the life of our parish.
Get plugged into our First Communion and First Reconciliation ministries. Our programs are
designed to deepen your child’s personal relationship with Jesus and make church matter. For