Youth Night is for all high school students and meets Sunday evenings 6:15 to 8 p.m. (following the 5 p.m. Sunday Mass) in Jordan Hall. Students are invited to be a part of building this ministry modeled after St. Theresa and her “little way” of doing small things with big love. She showed how we can each be a missionary in our own space and be Christ to those we see every day. Come be a part of planning and building a ministry that helps teens grow in love for God and each other.
This is our regular, weekly high school youth night. All high school teens are invited to a faith filled community where everyone is welcomed and accepted so they can grow closer to Christ and live out what they are learning.
Ninth Grade students who make a good faith effort to attend Youth Nights will meet 9th Grade requirements for pre-confirmation year preparation.
Gatherings includes social time for catching up with our friends followed by our regular youth activities. Regular activities include: Creative catechesis, active learning exercises, worship experiences, scripture, community building and small and large group discussions where we learn and support each other in our faith journey.
For more information please contact the Youth Ministry Office at firstname.lastname@example.org 512-451-5305
To Register for events
Submit a completed medical release form (only one medical form is needed for the year unless insurance or medical information changes)
and a signed consent form for each event
and a check for the fee for the event
Forms and fee can be dropped off at the parish office or mailed.
Adult volunteers for the high school core team are needed. Please prayerfully consider sharing your many gifts with the young church of St. Theresa. Contact Youth Office for more information. We are able to do so much because of your support.
Mission Statement To inspire young people to live as disciples of Jesus Christ and embrace the life of the Church.
We are called to worship God and serve others.
We believe every person has intrinsic value as a Child of God.
We believe every person has unique gifts, talents and a significant place in the community.
We help each person to recognize God at work in their lives.
We actively participate in the Sacramental life of the Church.
We aid in the development of life-skills, knowledge and personal prayer life.
We build relationships that support, nurture and form each other in a loving environment based on Catholic values and teachings of the Church.