High School

High School Youth Ministry

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High School Youth Ministry activities are open to students in grades 9-12.  Rising 9th graders can participate in spring activities and all summer activities.  Want to receive our weekly high school youth ministry email?  Have a question or an idea for something to do?  Please contact CLOAKING (youth minister) at (804) 864-4715 or CLOAKING .

Weekly Activites:

  • Life Teen (Sundays from 6:30-8pm in the Gym & Church)
  • Discipleship Team (Sundays from 6-8:30pm, an extension of Life Teen for Confirmed 11th & 12th grade teens)
  • Open Hours (Tuesdays from 3-6pm in the Youth Room)
  • High School Youth Group (Wednesdays from 6:30-8pm in the Youth Room)

Monthly Activities:

  • XLT Adoration (Last Wednesday of the month, 7-8pm in the Church)
  • Community Service Projects (Each month is different)

Annual Events:

  • Diocesan Work Camp (June)
  • Steubenville Atlanta Conference (July)
  • Middle School Day Camp Counselor (July)
  • High School Mission Week (August)
  • End-of-Summer Lock-In @ Sky Zone (August)
  • Discipleship & Core Team Leadership Retreat (September)
  • Virginia Catholic Youth Day @ Busch Gardens (October)
  • National Celebration of World Youth Day (October)
  • National Catholic Youth Conference (November)
  • Thanksgiving Day of Service (November)
  • Tacky Light Tour (December)
  • High School CARITAS Night (December)
  • High School Retreat (January)
  • March for Life (January)
  • Diocesan Youth Conference (February)
  • Bake Sale Summer Trip Fundraiser (April or May)
  • Mother's Day Luncheon Summer Trip Fundraiser (May)
  • Girls' Night (once or twice a year)
  • Guys' Night (once or twice a year)
  • Family Game Night (once or twice a year)
  • Other Service Events (once or twice a year)

Our Mission Statement for Wednesday Night High School Youth Group:

 

The goal of high school youth group is for the teens of our parish to take ownership of their faith in a safe & encouraging environment. Through outreach, discussion, games, and prayer, our teens inspire each other to “turn the Jesus high into a Jesus lifestyle.” Our hope is that high school youth group creates a culture of love and compassion that finds itself constantly rooted in Christ, the firm foundation of our lives.

 

 

steubie 2016

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