St. George Youth Ministry is formed to serve the youth of this parish from Junior High through College. We call young people to active participation in the life, mission and work of our faith community. We accomplish this through offering a comprehensive program including the components recommended by the US Catholic Bishops in the 1997 document, Renewing the Vision of Catholic Youth Ministry.
Mission Trip!! Theme this year is Blessed, Broken and Shared
When: June 24 – 30
Where: Detroit, Michigan
Non Refundable Deposit Amount: $50
Registration Due & Deposit Due: To register please fill out a form and return to Holly, along with the non-refundable deposit, by November 30. Forms can be found outside the office at St. Julie or at the rectory at St. George or outside the Teen Room at St. George and download off our webpage.
This will be open to those who are currently in 8th grade through 12th grade.
The trip is open to both St. George and St. Julie youth. Right now there are ten spots available for each parish. Spots will fill up fast: first come, first served. Possibility for more spots if more interest is shown.
"Jesus said, ‘Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.’" Matthew 25:40
Come, prepare, and serve a meal for those in need! Come with hearts open to an encounter with Christ who is in all people.
2018 Dates: May 8, May 31, June 12, August 14, August 30, September 11, November 13, November 29 and December 11.
WHEN: 4-9 PM
WHERE: Meet in the parish parking lot near the entrance to the Cahill Center and we will carpool to the Catholic Charities Day Break Soup Kitchen in Joliet.
Signed Permission Form required for those under 18 years old! Download from the link on the Youth Ministry Tab. RSVP to Fran at email@example.com. Space is limited!
Practice every Thursday at 7 pm in Church! Sing at Sunday 6 PM Mass once a month!
Singers and musicians welcome! Open to Middle School and High Schoolers!
Contact Fran at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.!
6700 W. 176th St. (In the Fr. Don Cahill Center)