Youth Ministry

Registration Paperwork 

To register for youth ministry goups, please fill out these 3 forms and bring them with you to your ministry:

Annual Medical Form.doc

MEDIA RELEASE for (minors).doc

Contact with Minors.PDF

High School Youth Group:

 is for all high school students who want to come and experience community and prayer with their peers at St. Paul. We will play games and do activities as we discover more about our faith recognizing Christ as the one who brings us together. Youth Group meets on Sunday nights at 6:30 in the gym. See the 2018 Fall calendar for dates we meet. The High School Youth Group also participates in various retreats and events throughout the year including: Diocesan Youth Conference, Campout, Steubenville, Life Teen Summer Camps, March for Life, and Mission Trips. For more information about St. Paul Youth Group, or for information about how you can help with this group please. 

Contact: Amanda at riddera@stpaulcatholic.net.

The High School Youth Group also participates in various retreats and events throughout the year including: Diocesan Youth Conference, Campout, Steubenville, Life Teen Summer Camps, March for Life, and Mission Trips. 

St. Paul Lifeteen: What is Lifeteen?

Lifeteen is a Catholic 9th-12th grade youth ministry program where we eat, play, learn, and grow in our faith together!

Where is Lifeteen?

Lifeteen is every Wednesday night from 6-8pm in the Giri room at St. Paul, starting October 2nd.  Come hang out with us!

 

Contact: riddera@stpaulcatholic.net

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 

EDGE: What is EDGE?

Edge is a Catholic 6th-8th grade youth ministry program.  Each Edge night consists of food, games, discussion, small groups, & prayer.  Edge is a great way for middle schoolers to meet other kids their age and to grow in their faith together.

When & where is EDGE?

Edge meets every other Sunday from 6:30-8pm in the Giri room.  The kick-off meeting is Sunday, Oct. 6th.

Contact: riddera@stpaulcatholic.net

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)

Little Flowers:  

Are you interested in seeing your daughter grow in their Catholic Faith?  Then the Little Flowers Girls’ Club may be what you’re looking for! We have a club for any girl in First Grade through Fifth Grade who likes to have fun while learning about God and the Saints. We’ll meet about twice a month throughout the school year.  At each meeting the girls will complete activities to help them learn about a virtue and a saint and work toward earning a flower petal.  

 

Contact: Cheryl Raines  850-776-9033 for questions.

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