Junior High Youth Ministry (6 - 8)

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By sharing the teachings of the Catholic Church and accompanying the 6th, 7th and 8th graders on their faith journey, our youth will have the chance to grow in relationship with one another and with Jesus Christ. JH Youth Group presents the challenges and tools to live out their faith in everyday life.

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A Great Marvel - 6 Night Series on Virtues

What is it about superheroes that we find so fascinating? How is it that their characters continue to inspire generation after generation? How is it that their stories never get old? Superheroes are the ones who stand for what is right and defend those in need. They, in many ways, reveal the qualities of virtue and inspire us as we are drawn into their stories. Heroes protect what is good and provide for us examples of what it looks like to do the same. A Great Marvel uses examples of different superheroes to introduce youth to the four cardinal virtues and inspire them to grow in those virtues in their own lives.

Look Up! - Issue Night on Technology

This night gives the opportunity for young people to look at how attached they are to technology. The session begins with a technology relay using various types of current technology and continues with a video about how we are lonely in a world full of social media. During the talk, teens are encouraged to actively engage in life rather than immerse themselves in technology. Teenagers break into partner groups for a meaningful conversation with one another during the Break. The night ends with a prayer and a challenge for teenagers to become less attached to technology and more engaged in the people around them.

Q&A Night - Bring Your Catholic Questions!

Youth will have the opportunity to write anonymous questions about faith, morals, the Church/Catholic teaching, etc. before the night. Grace, the core team leaders and Fr. Scott will have the opportunity to share their perspectives.