6th through 12th Grade
Wednesdays 6pm - 7:30pm
This group is for any and all youth, grades 6 through 12th, who would like to join as well as those who are needing to prepare for confirmation.
St. Clement's youth group consists of Bible Study, Religious Education, Community Service- such as Under the Bridge, Diocesan events like DCYC and Sing and Praise, as well as group bonding activities like our Lock-in and our Main Event Outing. We hope that the youth feel welcomed and excited for the group as it grows and we become more and more enriched with God's graces.
Recently, some of our Youth Group also attended March for Life in Washington DC. This was an incredible opportunity and experience for our youth. We would like to thank all those who donated and participated in our fundraisers in order for the group to attend. Although it may seem far away we are already preparing for DC 2020. If you are a sophomore or older and would like to attend this eye opening and fulfilling pilgrimage or would simply like more information please speak with Ester.
The group is always in need of chaperones and volunteers for various events and activities if you are willing and able to do so please talk to Ester Velazquez by calling parish office or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We ask that you pray for us as we continue to learn about our faith and immerse ourselves into God's grace!
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Thousands of teenagers from across the country are gathering on Sunday nights for the BIGGEST YOUTH NIGHT EVER. It’s called ProjectYM Live and each week it’ll feature some of the biggest speakers and worship leaders in the Catholic youth ministry world.
Our parish is signed up to participate – all your teenager has to do is head to PROJECTYM.COM/WATCH every Sunday at 7 pm Central.
How Catholics should respond to the coronavirus
Fr. Mike gives us some advice about how we should respond to the coronavirus pandemic. He begins with the story of the recent pilgrimage he took to Israel amid the coronavirus outbreak.