Youth and Young Adult Ministry

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Youth and Young Adult Ministry at Epiphany is responsible for empowering the youth and young adults of the parish to live as disciples of Jesus Christ. Programs and events are focused  on nurturing the total development (personal, sacramental, spiritual) of the youth and young adults of the parish, by challenging and preparing them to assume the task of leadership in the Church. The focus of this ministry is on youth in grades 7-12, young adults (ages 18-30), and Sacramental preparation. In collaboration with the pastor and other staff members, this Ministry integrates parish youth and young adults in the overall life and mission of the parish. 

Epiphany Youth and Young Adult Ministry Mission

Rooted in Catholic Identity, Epiphany Youth Ministry commits to teaching and spreading the values of Jesus Christ, empowering our youth to grow in integrity and personal development in a fun and social environment.


Program Opportunities

  • Youth Confirmation Catechists: Prepare and teach a class, serve as facilitator for a small group, retreat support. Adults 18 years and older need background checks and attendance at the Archdiocesan Safe Environment Workshop. [Click here] for more information about the Youth Confirmation Program. 
  • Youth Group (Jr. High Grades 7-8) Adult Volunteer: Small group facilitator, drive teens to an event, chaperone social activities, etc. Adults 18 years and older need background checks and attendance at the Archdiocesan Safe Environment Workshop.
  • Youth Group (Sr. High Grades 9-12) Adult Volunteer: Small group facilitator, drive teens to an event, chaperone social activities, etc. Adults 18 years and older need background checks and attendance at the Archdiocesan Safe Environment Workshop.
  • Young Adult Leadership Committee – Provides input into programs and opportunities to engage young adults in parish community events, social outreach, prayer, and retreats.