Childhood Ministries (Pre-K through 5th grade)


Faith Enrichment

Faith Enrichment classes for Pre-K4 through 5th grade students meet in the St. John Nepomuk school building starting at 9:15 am and ending at 10:15 am on Sunday mornings. Classes begin on the Sunday after Labor Day and end on the Sunday prior to Mother's Day in May.

 Families who are registered members of St. John Nepomuk parish should receive FE registration information by mail at the beginning of August each year. If your family is new to the parish, you can register anytime by calling or stopping by the parish office. You may also register online.

The faith enrichment programs we use are Stories of God's Love for Pre-K4 and Kindergarten and Be My Disciples for 1st through 5th grades. These programs are progressive and build on top of each other year to year. The publisher of these programs, RCL Benziger, offers websites with games, chapter reviews, interactive activities, saint resources, videos, and family guide.

Stories of God’s Love


Go Be My Disciples

Sacramental Preparation - First Reconciliation & First Communion

Children prepare for their First Reconciliation and First Communion during their second grade year.They must be enrolled in a parish school or faith enrichment classes. Attendance is also required at other meetings and retreats throughout the year. A calendar of these events are given out at a parent's meeting in late September or early October. 


2018/2019 Important Dates

  • November 6: Parent Meeting @ 7pm in Marian Hall
  • December 8: 1st Reconciliation Retreat (Parent & Child) 10:30am - 12:00pm
  • December 11: 1st Reconciliation at Parish Penance Rite
  • May 4: Retreat & Rehearsal for First Communion (parent & Child) 9am - Noon
  • May 5: Celebration of First Communion Mass @ 4pm

Ministries for Youth

Scouting - (Grades K-12)

In correlation with the Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Campfire, the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, Catholic Youth Ministry office has developed curriculum in which members can earn Faith-Based recognitions.  Click here to see more about the recognitions.   

Altar Serving - (Grades 4-12)

The various tasks of the altar server include assisting with the book of prayers when the presider needs to read from it, helping to set the altar with the bread and wine, and carrying the candles, incense and processional cross. In order to become a server, a person has to have received the sacraments of baptism, reconciliation, and Eucharist and be in at least the fourth grade.


Mariavis Fitzmorris
Director of Religious Education (DRE)
(405) 354-2743