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High School Youth Ministry

High School Youth Ministry is a peer-led ministry and includes all students in grades 9-12!  Welcome!

 

Upcoming Events

YM Activities

GLUE:Small Group Experience

G.L.U.E.  stands for “God, Life, the Universe, and Everything,” and meets twice a month during the school year from 8-9:30 pm,  in the Youth Room. (During the summer it is once a month: July 18 & August 22).  GLUE is an opportunity to focus in on a topic of faith and have open, honest, and candid conversation as well as ask questions. The goal of GLUE is to promote deep discussion about the intersection between faith and life.   All are welcome!

Bible Study: A Timeline and Adventure

Listen up, young church ! Have you ever wanted to read the Bible, but felt intimidated by its size? Or did you start reading the Bible and then become bored by the monotony of Leviticus? Have you ever wondered whether the Bible even relates to your life at all? Then join us for the Teen Timeline, a Bible study for teens by Mark Hart.
You might not realize it, but God’s Word contains the epic Mapquest for your life. Whether you struggle with fear, boredom, anger or doubt, you will find practical direction and meaning in Scripture. Learn how to read the Bible, how to listen to God, and how to see His loving hand in your daily life.

Youth Ministry will be hosting The Teen Timeline Bible study in the youth room beginning Wednesday, May 30 at 6:30 pm for 8 sessions. For more information or to register for the study (registration is required for materials), email Randy Henderson, Director of Youth Ministry:

“Armchair Mystic:” How to Grow in Prayer

Young Church!  Join together for a five-week prayer experience using the book “Armchair Mystic” by Father Mark Thibodeaux, S.J.    

 What does a rich prayer life look like?  Do we sometimes struggle with prayer?  Is it because we’re unsure of what prayer is for – perhaps we try to pray and struggle to stay focused – or maybe we want to listen for God’s “voice,” but we’re not really positive what that means?  The book, “Armchair Mystic” makes a bold claim:  Whatever your current experience of PRAYER, praying is something we can grow in and our prayer is not “about our relationship with God,” but rather, prayer “is our relationship with God.”