Religious Education Mission and Vision


Mission Statement: “Home is Holy.”

Vision of Parish Faith Formation

The Religious Education program supports each family’s role as primary in their child’s Faith Formation. Our program is based on a holistic approach of instruction, celebration, social activities, and outreach to the poor as the basis for the development of mature faith in the Catholic Tradition.

St. John Fisher’s Religious Education program is open and welcoming, serving the families of the Parish whose children attend Grades 1-8 at the public and private schools in the area.  Religious Education teaches the Christian way of life in age-appropriate settings.

Due to pandemic restrictions, all Religious Education classes will be offered in a home schooling format at this time. Materials and support will be provided.

St. John Fisher has comprehensive programs which are open to students from Grade 1 through Grade 8. For First Communion preparation, please click here. Registration forms are available through SchoolSpeak. To register, please visit: Returning families may log in and register. New families, please click on “Request Account .” For help, contact the Religious Education Office.

Margaret Johnson, Director of Religious Education 310-377-4573 x136 or email