First Step (2-week Intro for Newcomers)

This gathering on Sunday morning is the perfect chance for you to get to know us and for us to get to know you.  You’ll meet leaders, get to ask questions, and make connections. No sign-up needed. Sundays, January 15 & 22, 10:30-11:30am, upstairs.

Children ages infant to 5th grade are welcome to attend RezKids during the 10:30 service. 

Questions? Email Discipleship Manager

Children (ages birth–5th grade) are welcome to attend RezKids.


Welcome Group  (5-Week Small Group for Newcomers)

Join our 5-week small group especially for newcomers to Resurrection!

Questions? Email our Discipleship Manager

RezGroups (Sept-June)

A RezGroup is a community of 8–12 people with a yearlong commitment to meet regularly from September–June to:

Signups will re-open in August.

Questions? Contact Deacon Margie Fawcett at


Detailed Information On Sign Up Form


We welcome adults who have not yet received the sacrament of baptism to be baptized. There are a few different ways we prepare people for baptism. To discern your next step, contact Fr. Brett Crull at

Interested in baptizing your infant or child? Visit our RezKids page.


Find a home at Resurrection by taking our Confirmation Class and becoming confirmed, which will root you deeply in our community and profoundly form your faith. The eight-week class meets Sundays, 4-5:30pm, with one all-day Saturday retreat. Signups for Confirmation Class will open in January.

Learn about our beliefs on confirmation.

Questions? Contact Discipleship Manager Rachel Adams at


Transformation Intensive


Application details coming soon.

The Transformation Intensive is an application-only, rigorous eight-month course of spiritual formation inspired by the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola. It requires participants to set aside an hour a day for prayer and one evening every week for instruction and small group spiritual direction.

The Intensive is designed to help people encounter Christ in the Gospel narratives and be transformed by Him in prayer. Historically, it has been used as a method of discernment for important life decisions. You can learn more about Transformation Intensive here

College Students


Questions? Contact Deacon Will Chester at

College students are particularly near to the heart of Resurrection, as we invite them to encounter Jesus through the life of the Church. We host college dinners at the start of the semester as a way to gather and connect, and provide other connection points. Learn more and check out our upcoming college dinners here.

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