High School Ministry Schedule

High School

August 27th Slip-n-slide Kickball Kick-off @ St. Stephen 7:00pm after 6:15pm mass

September 10th God’s Love of Creation @ St. Stephen 7:00pm

September 17th Welcome to the Family!!! @ St. Stephen 7:00pm

September 24th Social @ St. Stephens 7:00pm ice cream social 6:15 mass

October 1st Call to Adventure@ St. Stephen 7:00pm

October 8th No Ministry

October 15th You are Empowered @ St. Stephen 7:00pm

October 22nd No Ministry

October 29th Smashing Pumpkins Social with other parishes @ St. Stephen 7:00pm

November 5th The Race @ St. Stephen 7:00pm

November 12th NCYC HYPE @ St. Francis TBD

November 16-19 NCYC Indianapolis

November 19th No Ministry

November 26th Kid’s Day 1:00pm-4:00pm @ St. Elizabeth

December 3rd You are forgiven @ St. Stephen 7:00pm

December 10th Christmas Party 7:00pm


November 16-november 19, 2017

Come to the largest Catholic gathering in the US for high school students. Join over 20,000 students for an amazing 4 day conference with popular musicians, speakers, and bishops from all over the country.

When: November 16th-18th

Where: Indianapolis Colt’s Stadium

Cost: $200 for hotel, food, and travel.

What to expect: Drive down to Indianapolis on Thursday, November 16 in assigned vans. Teens will have the opportunity to walk around in groups of their peers to experience downtown Indianapolis, hear young catholic speakers talk about how Jesus is relevant in their lives, and experience the larger Church in a way that cannot be replicated. Drive back on November 19th Sunday morning.

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Are you going to 2017 NCYC?

National Catholic Youth Conference Guest SPeakers

Here are some of the top key-note speakers and musicians for NCYC '17

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  • Chris Stefanick

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  • Sr. Miriam Heidland

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  • Roy Petitfils

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  • Brian Greenwood

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  • Emily Wilson

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  • Fr. Joesph espaillat

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