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St. Paul Youth Ministry: 6th-12th graders

At St. Paul, we believe that our youth are not only the future of the Church, but also the present. Our youth group nights are focused on building community and bringing our youth closer to Christ through games, discussion, good food, and prayer. Youth group is a great way for 6th-12th graders to meet other kids their age and to grow in faith together.

 

 Contact:

Amanda Ridder

Director of Youth Ministry

email: riddera@stpaulcatholic.net

call: 850-434-2551 

Registration Paperwork 

To register for youth group at St. Paul, please fill out these forms and bring them with you to youth group:

Annual Medical Form

Media Release Form (for diocesan events)

High School Registration Form

Middle School Registration Form

Fraternus:

is a brotherhood of disciples open to all middle school and high school boys (grades 5-12).

FRAT Night is a dynamic weekly meeting that includes physical activity, good brotherhood, training in the virtues, and prayer. 

Excursions are periodic outings that emphasize adventure, spiritual formation, and the Mass. 

Fraternus Ranch is an annual summer camp that brings together all of the Fraternus chapters to forge an even stronger brotherhood of disciples.

 

Contact: Ed Toth  850-380-2358

Fraternus Brother Registration Form (for boys)

Fraternus Captain Registration Form (for dads and other men)

HAWC: 

is a special division of high school boys who desire to take their faith to the next level and are willing to take on the responsibility of greater servant leadership. This group meets outside of the normal FRAT Nights. HAWC stands for Honest, Accountable, Willing, and Chaste. HAWC meets Tuesdays at 6:45 p.m. at various locations.

Contact: Mark Kummer - kummerm@hotmail.com 

Our Diocese has Victim Assistance Coordinators who are trained counselors and available to help anyone sexually abused by a priest, deacon, or other church or school personnel.  At St. Paul Catholic Church, we have great concern, and hold in high regard, those who have suffered sexual abuse especially at the hands of the Church, including our Catholic Schools.  Click here for more information.

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