St. Blase has an AFF committee who plan and carry out programs throughout the year to challenge adults to continue their learning and growth in faith. Meetings are scheduled 4-5 times a year. If you are interested in helping, please contact Cindy Willman at (248) 709-4787 or call the parish office.
All of our AFF sessions and presentations are open to ANYONE!
​You don’t need to be a registered parishioner, and if you are, we encourage you to invite family, friends and neighbors!

Upcoming 2024 Adult Faith Formation Events

Little Rock Scripture Study: The Book Of Isaiah

Join us for our next Little Rock Scripture Study beginning in September on the Book of Isaiah (two-part study). Book price: To be determined… Sign up in the Parish Office.

“Both unsettling and inspiring, Isaiah continues to enrich readers with its powerful condemnation of corruption and an uncompromising call for social justice. Part One of our study covers Isaiah 1–39, including many of the prophet’s most memorable passages,” (Liturgical Press, Little Rock Scripture Study).

“Part Two of our study covers Isaiah 40–66. … Leslie Hoppe’s commentary continues to explore the history, theology, and poetry of this essential prophetic work, making a case that Isaiah is not so much about divine retribution as it is about liberation and a return to God’s loving embrace.” (Liturgical Press, Little Rock Scripture Study).

Part One: September 9, 16, 23, 30, October 7, 14

Part Two: October 21, 28, November 4, 11, 18, 25

Adult Scripture Study

Sunday Scripture Insights takes place every Wednesday from 10:30-Noon. This study is lectionary-based; each session focuses on the readings for the coming Sunday. No registration is necessary. As Catholics, we study the Bible to foster…
-A fuller understand of Scripture
​-A richer appreciation of the faith tradition of the Church
-A deeper, more personal relationship with God
-A strong sense of family, faith and prayer
-And a fuller experience of Christian Community

Catechist Formation Topics

The response to the call to be a catechist includes a willingness to give time and talent not only to catechizing others, but also to one’s own continued growth in faith, understanding, and skills. Catechist formation topics provide the catechist with the basic foundation for ministry through the study of topics in the areas of Scripture, theology, sacraments, and learning methodology. Catechist certification topics are offered at St. Blase at various times. These opportunities for formation and education are not just limited to catechists; all adults are welcome! More information about upcoming workshops can be found on the Becoming A Certified Catechist Page.

Women’s Friendship Breakfast

These events provide adults with a morning of fellowship, song and prayer featuring a special guest speaker who addresses issues faced by adult Christian men and women. Each event includes a catered breakfast.