“Do not let anyone look down upon you because you are young, be an example for the believers in your speech, your conduct, your love, your faith, and purity.”
– 1 Timothy 4:12
Youth Ministry at All Saints follows the guidelines of the USCCB for Youth Ministry as being a comprehensive program that has three main goals: to empower young people to live as disciples of Jesus Christ in our world today, to draw young people to responsible participation in the life, mission, and work of the Catholic faith community, and to foster the total personal and spiritual growth of each young person. Our Youth Ministry is offered to students in grades 6-12, with two groups – Middle School Youth Group and High School Youth Group.
How To Participate
For more information about the Youth Ministry or for adults interested in volunteering, please contact the Parish Office.
Middle School Youth Group
For students in grades 6-8. Our Middle School Youth Group activities include fun games, food, scripture study, prayer, discussion, service projects, and participation in yearly Diocesan Youth Ministry events. We usually meet the third Sunday of each month at A meal will be served before going to Faith Formation.
High School Youth Group
For students in grades 9-12. High School Youth Group activities include games, activities, discussion on topics of the Faith, and participation in Diocesan and national retreats. Our High School Youth Group is led by Rev. John Giulliani, C.O. We usually meet at on the first and third Sunday of the month opposite of Confirmation Class.
Vacation Bible School (VBS)
Vacation Bible School is a week-long program with fun, catechesis, songs, and games offered for Pre-K through Elementary age children during the summer.
Parents & Volunteers
Our Youth Ministry would not be possible without the support of adult volunteers. We need adults who have a desire to work with young people, who love the Lord, and live a faithful Catholic lifestyle. Those who are interested in volunteering will need to complete the Safe Haven Program as required by the Diocese of Charleston.