Why are we here?
Where did I come from?
What happens when we die?
The Search Begins!
We are all searching for something. Why am I here? Will I ever be happy? What happens when I die?
We find the answers to life’s big questions when we wrestle with them in faith. In fact, the story of human history has largely been a story of faith. We need a relationship with our maker—a relationship with life—to make sense of all of this.
THE SEARCH leads people to the deepest questions of the human heart, exploring the meaning and purpose of life with a visually stunning and intellectually stimulating approach.
As an evangelization series hosted by Chris Stefanick, THE SEARCH guides us through a crescendo of seven episodes examining life and death, sorrow and happiness, and science and faith.
Astrophysicists, psychologists, astronauts, neuroscientists, professors, athletes, artists, and the beauty of the cosmos all point to one big conclusion: Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church.
The Search video series has something for all of us, even those who are away from the Church but are still seeking, and those who have never considered faith before.
Don’t Go Through THE SEARCH Alone!
Be part of a group, whether large or small. THE SEARCH is best experienced with others. The beautiful music, cinematography, and compelling testimony inspires thought provoking and lively discussion.
Take advantage of every opportunity to be involved in a group.
2021-2022 dates and episodes
Discipleship Nights – Meet at church on Wednesday Evening at 5:30 pm. Join others for a meal, reflection and gather as a small group with other adults to view the SEARCH videos together to grow, and engage in group discussion.
Small Groups can meet alternatively meet IN-HOMES
Small groups can meet in homes. All videos are easily accessed through FORMED.ORG, and you can get the leader’s guide and participant study guides with all discussion materials needed. This way you can choose the best time and day that works for the members of your group and feel comfortable inviting people that may not feel inclined to gather at church on Wednesday evenings.
Interested individuals should contact Deacon Mike Eash.