Faith Formation is a critical element in who we are as Catholics.

At Our Lady Star of the Sea, we take the obligation to help everyone grow in their knowledge and love of our God very seriously. We offer a variety of programs to help with that process. Our offerings are always under review and programs are added and removed according to their current relevance.

Please take time to review our pages. If you find things of interest try them out. If you would like to see things added please feel free to comment.


Adult Faith Formation Studies


9:00-10:00 AM, JP2 Youth Center

Bible Study

All men and women are welcome to join this study.
Contact Lucy Clemen


6:00 – 7: 30PM (after 5PM Confession), Camerman Hall

Adult Faith Formation Series

Learn more about our Catholic Faith from Fr. Lappe and others as we explore various Catholic topics. Concludes with Night Prayer in the Church.



7:00-9:00 AM, Parish Center – Conference Room

Men’s Bible Study Group

Men’s Bible Study Group

1st and 3rd Saturdays of the Month,
10:00-11:00AM, Center Room 5

Men’s Spirituality Group

Contact Merton Garrison for more information.

Additional Groups

Mother’s Group

Friday Mornings, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Parish Center

A support group for Moms both current and those with adult children. Each week, Moms will be learning about a new Saint. Meets weekly on Fridays during the school year. Usually in the Center room. Childcare is available during this time.

Involvement in this group is open and Moms are encouraged to join in the discussions whenever their schedule allows. Join us for Fellowship and Formation – we would love to see you!

If interested or to confirm meeting location, please email Carly Miller. You can also ask to join our group on Facebook

Order of Christian Initiation for Adults (OCIA)

Tuesdays, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM, Camerman Hall

OCIA is a 9-month process where non-Catholic adults are received into the Catholic Church. It begins with our 11-week Alpha program, which is open to anyone (no matter what faith background) to learn about the Catholic faith and discuss openly on personal views and beliefs. Those who want to learn more and are discerning to be received into the Church will attend the OCIA classes.  Read more about OCIA here.

For more information or if you have any questions, please Email Us.