YOUTH

 
 

 

Religious Education

Our Parish offers Religious Education on Sundays from 10:00am to 11:20am in the Cathedral Center.  Our children range from Pre-K (4 yr. old) to 8th grade.

Please contact Sue Jordan at 260-424-1485 ext. 307 for further information

 

New Jerusalem Youth Ministry

Looking to belong to a dynastic group of teens? Seeking to grow deeper in a personal relationship with Christ?

New Jerusalem is a new group of teens joining together in fellowship to worship, pray, and dive deeper in their faith.  New Jerusalem Youth Group seeks to be a 'new' example of God's chosen people who are distinctly called to bring others to Him.

All High School teens are welcomed to become active members of New Jerusalem Youth Group!

We meet for Youth Group two Sundays a month after the 11:30am Mass, for lunch, sharing faith, fun, and community service opportunities.  We also meet every Sunday Morning form 9:30-10 am for Mornings with Mary.  We offer a range of other Faith, Social and Service events so stay tuned!!

Adult team leaders are needed to assist with the transportation, registration, fundraising, and community service.

"Mornings with Mary"

Teens meet once a week on Sunday mornings at 9:30am before Religious Education classes begin.  Following the Formed.org Bible Study, "The Bible and the Virgin Mary: Journey through Scripture," teens explore each chapter or topic ending with "The New Eve." The purpose for this Bible Study is twofold: to provide catechesis to our teens and give them an opportunity to enter into prayer.

IGNITED! Retreat

The teen's favorite event of the year!

 

Please contact Morgan McSweeney at 260-424-1485 ext 321 for more information

 

“I want every young person in our Diocese to discover the new life that comes from Christ and to experience the grace of belonging to His Body, the Church. We must make sure that all our young people feel at home in the Church where they are loved with Christ’s love and learn to live their faith with joy. We need our young people to be missionary disciples and to give new energy to the Church!”

                                                   -Most Reverend Bishop Kevin Rhoades