Sunday Nights!

Our main gathering night is on Sunday evenings. This is a night where teens from all the surrounding High Schools come together to meet others who share their faith, eat good food and have lots of fun! Whether we’re having a bonfire and eating s’mores, going to adoration and confession, learning how to defend our Catholic beliefs or playing laser tag on campus, Sundays are always a blast! Please join us anytime throughout the year! Sundays 7:00-9 p.m.

Guys and Girls Groups

We also offer weekly small group sessions for our high school teens! The purpose of the groups was to provide a safe and comfortable environment for our youth where they could deepen their Faith and relationship with Jesus Christ through discussion, prayer and community. The groups proved highly effective and are now one of the greatest opportunities of Faith development that our entire program has to offer. These discussion based groups meet one night a week. Please see below for a more detailed description of each one and fill out a registration form if you are interested in joining us! Wednesdays 7:30-9p.m.


Band of Brothers

Band of Brothers was specifically created so our young men would have a place to come and learn what it means to be a man of God in today’s world.  Led by two of our best volunteers, Nick Macedonia and Bob Ciola, this group has been an incredible way for guys from all different high schools in the area to come together to discuss topics of the Faith, pray together and have a lot of fun!

Band of Brothers Permission Slip 2016-17


Inspired by Mary’s “yes” to the angel Gabriel, Fiat was started for young women of our parish who want to learn what it truly means to follow Jesus. It is a place where girls can come together to discuss important topics of the Faith, pray together, create new friendships and learn how to be a young woman of Faith in today’s world. This group is led by Leslie McClellan and two of our most wonderful volunteers, Emily Macedonia and Liz Trimber.

FIAT Permission Slip 2016-17


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