Youth Ministry Events Calendar

More Upcoming Youth Ministry Events

  • Mark these future dates on your calendar.
    Check on the Sign-Up and Permission link over on the top left of this page to download and print copies of the permission slips for these activities.
  • Sat. Jan 20th 2007 - Junior High Parish Dance
    ------------------------------------ Remember the Riverboat?! This time we will be dancing all night long (well from 6-9 pm anyway) in O'Reilley Hall. O'Reilley Hall? That sounds boring...But not if YOU help choose the theme and the decorations for the dance. Come to the Upcoming Junior High Youth Group gatherings to help choose the plans for this event.

Great Books For Christmas Break

  • Jack London: Call of the Wild

    Jack London: Call of the Wild
    Recommended Age: All Youth -------------------------------------- This literary classic has been inspiring dreams of the Alaskan wilderness for over 100 years. Better than the movie made in 1997, Buck the half-dog half-wolf is the hero of the story. Follow his adventures as he is torn between normal society and a life in the wild.

  • Yann Martel: Life of Pi

    Yann Martel: Life of Pi
    Recommended Age: Senior High 11-12 (high degree of difficult reading with some mature content) ------------------------------------ Pi, a spiritually diverse young man, must survive on a small craft in the open water after a devastating shipwreck. The twist, he is not alone on the lifeboat! An exciting and fascinating look at how far humans go to survive in the most desperate of situations.

  • Bissinger, H.G.: Friday Night Lights

    Bissinger, H.G.: Friday Night Lights
    Recommended Age: Senior High (medium degree of difficulty with some mature content - nonfiction) ------------------------------------- Seen the T.V. show? Now Read the book that started it all about the lives of high school football players in small town Texas. See what happens when sports become more important than anything else. Imagine a world in which you life basically ended or became meaningless after you were done playing high school football.

  • Aldous Huxley: Brave New World

    Aldous Huxley: Brave New World
    Recommended Age: Senior High 11-12 (high degree of difficult reading with some mature content) ------------------------------------ This troubling look at the future shows what life would be like if scientific advancement was taken too far and society become obssessed with being effecient. It helps remind us that we are indivuals humans created in the image of God. Our dignity comes from this essential truth and should not be sacraficed for a future built purely on technological advancement and effecienncy.

  • C.S. Lewis: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe

    C.S. Lewis: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe
    Recommended Age: All Youth -------------------------------------- This classic is always a great read during the winter months. Be careful to notice all the similarities between Aslan the Lion and Jesus!

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