YOUTH & YOUNG ADULT
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Youth in Grades 6-8 are invited to take part in S.A.L.T. (Stand And Live Truth). Fun activities start in the school gym involving the Sunday Gospel reading or a seasonal theme and are followed by group discussions, and ways to apply what they learn to their daily lives. We will follow up with a game & refreshments. S.A.L.T. dates will soon be posted on the Youth bulletin board in the narthex, on the church website, and in the weekly church bulletin.
If you have questions about this youth programs, please contact Kathy Waite, our Youth Minister, at 716-491-8269 or email@example.com
LEAD: Youth Ministry for High Schoolers that brings us together as Catholic disciples and followers of Jesus. We meet once a month on a Sunday in the cafeteria at 7:30 p.m. for videos, discussions, service and leadership opportunities, gym games, and refreshments. Dates for LEAD will soon be found on the Youth bulletin board in the narthex, at stamelia.com, and in the weekly bulletin. Friends are welcome to all events.
COMMUNITY SERVICE: Grades 8-12 teens are invited to “Fun Fridays,” an opportunity to do service projects for the parish while we watch a great movie. Join us in Outreach (the Lighthouse, 200 St. Amelia Dr.- back entrance) on Fridays noon-2:00 during July and August.
If you have questions about these youth programs, please contact Kathy Waite, our Youth & Young Adult Minister, at 716-491-8269 or firstname.lastname@example.org
YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY
We welcome anyone who is a recent high school graduate through age 39. We meet on the first Friday of each month, either on campus or out in the world, to keep our young church connected to Jesus. Past activities include hiking to the Eternal Flame or Devil’s Hole, Bible Study, a visit to Allentown Art Festival, volunteering at a soup kitchen, kickball or soccer against nearby churches, and making soup for Outreach volunteers. Friends are always welcome.