High School Sunday Night Programs

On Sunday nights, high school students are invited to participate in one of the youth ministry small faith communities. These gatherings meet according to grade and dive into topics that explore who they are, who the Church is, and what it means to be a disciple of Christ.

In partnership with the Midland area Catholic churches, students are also able to attend another parish’s youth ministry program.

9th GRADE

BEING HUMAN 101

The 9th grade program seeks to introduce students to discovering who they are in the eyes of God. The program addresses the questions: Who am I? Who am I to God? Who am I to the world? What does it mean to be human? What does it mean to be a much loved child of God? How does this affect my life? My relationships with God? With others? With myself? This program expands upon the ideas and concepts in Theology of the Body.

Sunday Evenings: 6:15-8:15pm in Host Homes (coordinated by Blessed Sacrament)

10th GRADE

CHOSEN

Chosen: This Is Your Catholic Faith takes young people on a journey through the entire Catholic faith in all its richness and vitality. Teens will be captivated by the story, from Creation all the way through salvation history, and they will come to see how the sacraments, prayer, and discipleship are the keys to a happy life. The breadth of this program allows for students to choose what topics in Catholicism are most interesting to them.

Sunday Evenings: 6:15-8:15pm in Host Homes (coordinated by Blessed Sacrament)

11th GRADE

WALKING THE WALK

This program is designed to challenge juniors to consciously live as a disciple of Christ. The program will examine the questions: What does it mean to be a Christian? What does a disciple look like? What is the path of discipleship?

Sunday Evenings: 6:15-8:15pm in Host Homes (coordinated by Blessed Sacrament)

12th GRADE

Coffee Shop Talk

This program is unlike any other youth ministry Sunday night program. In an effort to prepare seniors for faith life in college, this program uses the coffeehouse atmosphere to add to discussion on faith, Scriptures, life, and friends.

This program will utilize studies from Fellowship of Catholic University Students and meet at a local coffee shop from 6:30-8:30pm (coordinated by Blessed Sacrament).

ST. BRIGID OF KILDARE

SUNDAY NIGHT PROGRAM

At Saint Brigid Church on Sunday evenings, following the 5:30 Mass , participants will take a look at the Scripture readings for the following week and discuss them.

Fromm 8-9pm (optional) students have the opportunity to go a little deeper and get more personal with the readings.

ASSUMPTION BVM

SUNDAY NIGHT PROGRAM

Students participate in guided discussions on topics relevant tor their lives and the faith. Sunday nights may also include outreach projects, prayer experiences, and whole community activities.

Grades 9-12 meet Sundays from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm.

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