Welcome to the St. Vincent de Paul Youth Group
If you are new to the group and are looking for information this is a great place to start! If you are a member of the group we welcome you to our site again and hope we have all the information that you are looking for. On the left side bar you can find the site key, helpful information, and links to other sites that maybe useful.
To help you know what is coming up we have a calendar at the bottom of the this page. and on the right side some important dates to look out for.
Welcome back to all teens, and to new 9th graders,
Youth group has started back up and we have a great year planned. We would like to invite all of you to come visit the JP2 House after the 6:00 masses, we start our meetings at 7:00. Come hang out for a bit and find out what we are all about and why we are a good fit for you.
We ask that all teens participating would get the permission forms filled out and handed in as soon as they can. This will not stop any teen from participating , but helps us to be able to contact both the teens and parents with information about what is coming up soon. You can get all of them on our site on the Forms page and also on the St. Vincent de Paul church sit under “Forms in “pdf” Format”.
The JP II House
The JP II House is the name of our Youth Ministry House on the Church property. It's an old farmhouse owned by the parish and renovated for use by our teens. It's an awesome place to hang out, relax and hear a message about Jesus that is relevant to teens. If you haven't visited the JP2 House come by and visit sometime!
Take it from the Teens
In our group we try to not say to much when it come to how the kids like the group. We like for our teens to do the talking. If you would like to hear what they have to say go to the Hear from the teens page and see their take on the group and events we do.
World youth day 2011
World Youth Day was the trip of a lifetime. It was a whirlwind of adventuresdon, Paris, Madrid and Lisbon. We traveled using many means of transportation: airplane, their version of the subway, double Decker subways, sleeper trains, bus and of course by foot. Over the next four weeks, you will have the opportunity to travel through London, Paris, Madrid and Lisbon with me as I recall my trip. Thank you for all of your prayers and well wishes before and during the trip that allowed us to return home safely... \
If you would like to hear more go to the World Youth day 2011 page.
To help teens grow in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ within the Catholic Church through fellowship, fun, the Sacraments and the study of Scripture and Tradition.
We challenge all teens in both catholic and public high schools to try something new and be apart of our family. All teens are welcome no matter where their relationship with God is. Through serving, praying, playing and eating food we grow together and in our relationship with God.
If you as a teen or your child would like to meet other teens that our open to new friends and growing together, then contact us or come to one of our meetings every Sunday night at 7:00.