Upcoming Youth Ministry Events:
December 16 — 6:30-9pm
Join us for a white elephant and ugly sweater party.
More details to come!
SOUL PATROL–For students in grades 6 & 7!
December 16 — 3-5pm
WACKY BOWLING at Funway (1335 S River St, Batavia, IL)
Permission and Emergency Info Forms are required!
2018-Youth-Summit-Permission-Slip / Student-or-Youth-Emergency-Information
Please return to the Education office ASAP 🙂
To begin thinking about service/spiritual trips in 2019; a service trip with Young Neighbors in Action, the annual Steubenville Conferences (dates for these to be determined by interest) or to the National Catholic Youth Conference. Encounter Christ on a Youth Ministry trip. Plan now for this summer or next November.
A week-long service trip! Help a community in need…and see the link for all the details; https://www.cmdnet.org/ynia-home
A weekend trip to Steubenville! Click this link for more information: https://steubenvilleconferences.com/youth/
Join thousands of other teens for an extended weekend trip to the largest Youth Conference in the US! http://www.ncyc.info/
|We’d like to try to keep in better contact with our graduated seniors, and are very interested in reaching out to them. So we need the help of parents! If you have a child who is away at college, trade school, or in the service or workforce, AND you’d like them to consider SKD their parish home, please let us know where they are.|
Service Hours & Volunteer Opportunities @ SKD
Help prepare for our next BAKE SALE on December 15/16! Join us on December 15th from 10am-1pm. This is open to all 8-12 grade students.
December FMSC event
December 27th from 12-2pm (100 spots reserved)
Feed My Starving Children
555 Exchange Court
Aurora, IL 60504
Volunteers need to be 5 years old or older. Ratios of Parents:Children are as follows –
K-2 gr 1:1 3-6 gr 1:3
7-9 gr 4:1 10-12 5:1
To sign up, visit https://www.fmsc.org/join-group?joincode=36NL16
To sign up for any of these opportunities, click HERE…
About our Team…
John N. Lamperis from Joyful Hope presentations joins us as he consults on evangelization of our youth ministry, religious education and other parish programs. John is the father of 8 children ranging in age from 10 to 33 and enjoys riding motorcycles, playing the drums and parties. John and his wife Stephanie live in Batavia. John is the co-founder of Camp WOW and founder of Camp Rock which are now in their 22nd year. He provides talks and retreats in three local dioceses.
Joyful Hope is what John is about. Many of our parishioners can testify to that from his presentations during Mass. John sees JOY as one of the many results of the Sacrifice of Christ and understands how it motivates our youth into a deeper journey with Jesus and a steady participation at RE classes, Youth Group and Mass. The best way to sum up his goals and purpose here is “How do we make it more fun!” and in this way, everyone will know we are Believers.