Ann Krueger, Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Natalie Ryan, Secretary: email@example.com
Our Kindergarten through 5th grade program offers parents an opportunity to connect with other parents and children for a monthly FAMILY Session, held during class time. Parents are also invited to fresh brewed coffee during our Mugs and Muffins and View and Brew sessions held monthly during your child’s class session.
Sunday grades K-5: 9:00am to 10:15. OR
Confirmation Prep 1, 2 , Confirmation and Mystagogia
Tuesday evenings 7pm to 8:20pm
All Students MUST have a copy of their Baptismal certificate on file with us.
Faith Formation is currently accepting registration for the 2017-2018 school year. If you are returning, simply fill out form posted below and mail or drop off at the Parish Office or mail it to Saint Alexander Faith Formation Program 300 S. Cornell, Villa Park, IL 60181
If you are a new family to our program please call us at 630-834-3787 so we can schedule a time to meet you and talk about our program.
Saint Alexander’s Faith Formation program offers parents several Volunteer opportunities to help offset the cost of tuition for the program. Please check the 2018-2019 Volunteer form and the Hardship form below for more information.
If you have any additional questions, please feel free to our Office.
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Stasfaithform.firstname.lastname@example.org OR Stasfaithform.email@example.com
Explore 4 Reflections
“The Reconciliation 101 helped me think about my own need to forgive and the benefit of asking others. I can benefit by living more fully and modeling forgiveness in my family.”
“Make a Difference Day was about getting involved! We got to see all of the different ways to participate in the parish. I didn’t know that some of these even existed and what an exciting impact it made in just one day by our parish!”
“Women’s CRHP (Christ Renews His Parish) lets moms and women to grow in their faith, and having a daughter be a part of the efforts, when she can, allows her to see the Catholic faith as a positive part of everyday life.”
“Prayer blankets is such a lovely ministry that takes the love and the prayers of those present and truly infuses them into their work of tying knots in the blankets. It’s the taking time to pray for others that reminds you how blessed we are. It was a peaceful, focused prayer time, and we received friendship and support from those present. It’s a way to share your faith by giving blanket to those suffering from terrible illness or loss.”
“By participating, it makes us think of the Church. That, then, makes us think of God, which in turn, encourages us to pray as a family.”
“Sharing with other parents who are going through this same sacrament preparation experience helps us all grow in faith.”
“First Communion 101 was a good reminder that making time to be with your kids counts, and not to just let these moments pass us by.”
First Communion 101 was a great experience and it gave me plenty of ideas on what to talk about with my son like what sparks him in his faith.”
Other resources for the school year can be found here: