Who Should be a Core Team Member?
Anyone who has a passion for interacting with our teens and wants to share God's love with them.
What does a Core Team Member Do?
Core Team members meet with a small group of 7th-11th graders during their religion class either on Wednesday or Sunday nights.
Core Team members are first needed to be relational with their teens, meaning taking time to get to know them and their interests.
It is imperative to build a bond of trust first before any knowledge of faith can be shared. Teens need to feel welcomed and loved from the moment they arrive on campus. This is achieved through interaction with the core team.
Core Team Members also pray together and for each other, as well as their teens. The Core Team will meet with the Youth Minister after class session to debrief the night as well.
EDGE 7th & 8th Grade
Wednesday 5:30-7pm *
*3 sessions per month
High School 9th & 10th Grade
Sundays 6-7:30pm *2 sessions per month
Confirmation 11th Grade
*2 sessions per month
How do I become a Core Team Member or more Questions?
Email Brittany: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a Prayer Warrior?
Prayer is powerful! In order to help support our teens and our core team members share and understand God's message of love and mercy, we need individuals, families, couples, or groups to pray intentionally for them. This year, I am asking for volunteers to pray for a specific small group and their leader each week during his or her daily prayer time.
A prayer warrior will receive a list of the names of a small group and their leader and simply pray for them each day and or each week. Throughout the school year, as a prayer warrior, you will receive updates of your small group to see what they are learning and how God is impacting their lives.
This important ministry to our parish and to our teens will radically impact the way our young disciples come to know God and develop a personal relationship with Him. Our teens and leaders need you! Are you reading to answer the call to prayer?
Why should we pray? Father Mike explains the importance of prayer in our lives.
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