Family and Youth Ministry

Family and Youth Ministry(FYM)

Our Family and Youth Ministry came out of our efforts and contributions from Advancing the Mission/From One Generation to the Nextto provide events for our young families to encourage them into rewarding relationships with one another and the parish.

Family and Youth Ministers: Mariette Booth, Michael Buechner, and Julie Senft

Past Event

Movie and Pizza Meal

On Saturday, April 30, 2011, after our 4:30 p.m. Mass, our Family & Youth Ministry provided a pizza meal and movie for our parish families of all ages.

The movie is Toy Story 3.

Besides the movie and the pizza meal, theMinistry Team provided popcorn and beverages during the movie.A Diocesan Advancing the Mission grant defrayed the event’s costs and helped to build our younger parish families’ inter-family relationships and involvement in our parish life.

 

Past Event

Family Movie Night on April 2, 2010
The Family and Youth Ministry announced a Good Friday Movie Night with free pizza for parents and teenagers: On Good Friday, April 2nd, beginning at 6:00 p.m., our parish's Family and Youth ministers presented the famous, award-winning Good Friday movie, The Passion of the Christ. The movie is based on the New Testament accounts of the arrest, trial, crucifixion, and resurrection of esus, events commonly known as The Passion. For box office returns and viewer numbers, the movie is one of the most successful ever. Movie producer Mel Gibson says, "The movie succeeds because it is about love, hope, faith, and forgiveness. Jesus loves us, died for all of us, and suffered for all of us, and the movie gets back to that basic message." The movie won more than 20 international awards. Our parents and youth were asked to consider bringing favorite cushions and pillows. Popcorn and beverages were served.

Past Event

Family Movie Night on April 2, 2010
The Family and Youth Ministry announced a Good Friday Movie Night with free pizza for parents and teenagers: On Good Friday, April 2nd, beginning at 6:00 p.m., our parish's Family and Youth ministers presented the famous, award-winning Good Friday movie, The Passion of the Christ. The movie is based on the New Testament accounts of the arrest, trial, crucifixion, and resurrection of esus, events commonly known as The Passion. For box office returns and viewer numbers, the movie is one of the most successful ever. Movie producer Mel Gibson says, "The movie succeeds because it is about love, hope, faith, and forgiveness. Jesus loves us, died for all of us, and suffered for all of us, and the movie gets back to that basic message." The movie won more than 20 international awards. Our parents and youth were asked to consider bringing favorite cushions and pillows. Popcorn and beverages were served.