Youth ministry is a group for high school teens and their friends to come for fellowship and to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ. Our goal is to empower the youth of our parish to live as disciples of Jesus Christ in our world today. We do this through social events, retreats, small groups and youth nights. We will meet after the 5:30 mass on Sunday nights in the youth center (also known as Kelley Hall) from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm. Dinner is always provided! Questions? Email our youth minister Kurt Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call him at 669-245-5502
Youth Mass A New Monthly Service
It’s Quick and Easy to Join Youth Ministry; Register Today!
SFC’s Youth Ministry Program for 2019-2020 kicks off August 25th with Mass followed by a Welcome Back Barbecue.
This year it will be held at the Bocce Ball courts (Bocce Ball courts are located next to Kelley Hall). This barbecue is for all 6th – 12th graders and their families. We will cover all things concerning high school and middle school youth ministry. If you’re interested in joining and have questions, please e-mail our youth minister Kurt Martin. If you plan to attend please e-mail Kurt with the number that will attend. (email@example.com)
Register for the Youth Ministry or 8th Grade Youth Group. Download this form: http://bit.ly/2TfTshZ, complete it and return it to our Youth Minister, Kurt Martin.
Life Teen Steubenville Youth Conference Set for July 26 – 28 in San Ramon
Each summer, Life Teen hosts six different Steubenville Youth Conferences with the hopes of strengthening and inspiring teens and youth groups in their collective journeys with Christ. Evangelistic in nature, these weekend conferences are both a great “introduction” to the Gospel message for new or younger teens, while offering deep and moving
The Middle School Diocesan Retreat that will be held August 5th – August 8th
The Middle School Diocesan Youth Retreat (MSDYR) is open! MSDYR is a four day retreat for all incoming 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students of the 2019-2020 academic school year aimed at cultivating a transformational encounter with Jesus Christ. Our hope is to enrich the catholic imagination and deepen the bonds of friendship through the means of beauty, fellowship, and the sacraments.
How to Register Youth for MSDYR
**Parents of prospective MSDYR teen participants must fill out the registration on their behalf**
• MSDYR Youth Registration Link in English: http://bit.ly/MSDYR2019ENG
• MSDYR Youth Registration in Spanish: http://bit.ly/MSDYR2019SPA
• Populate the necessary registration fields and submit your payment
If you are utilizing the paper registration option ( http://bit.ly/MSDYR2019PAPER), send your completed registration form enclosed with your payment to the Diocese of San Jose (1150 N. 1st Street, San Jose, CA 95112 | Attn: Robbie Ocampo)
Scenes From the 2018 MSDYR; 2019 Registration Underway
The Middle School Diocesan Youth Retreat 2019 is scheduled for Monday, August 5th through Thursday, August 8th at Mission Springs Conference Center in Scotts Valley, CA. We are confident that the multitude of middle school teens across our diocese will be greatly blessed by the work of the Holy Spirit present amidst the retreat.
Here are scenes from last year’s event.
Additional details regarding registration are found on our Facebook page below.
- Youth Mass (5:30 PM mass)
- Date: August 25th
- Youth Ministry Welcome Back BBQ
- Date: August 25th
- Time: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
- Location: Parish Garden
- High School Youth Ministry Kickoff
- Date: September 8thTime: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
- Location: Parish Center
- How do I know which events are for the high schoolers and which are for the middle schoolers?
- This schedule is color coded. Events in red are just high school. Events in blue are just for middle school. Events in green are for either group.
- What are the grades that are considered high school and middle school?
- During the summer, high school is considered outgoing 8th graders – outgoing seniors and middle school is considered outgoing 5th graders – incoming 8th
- How do I RSVP for these events?
- Email our youth minister Kurt Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org
*St. Frances Cabrini has the right to change any dates or times for any activity.
It all kicks off in June with these events:
HIGH SCHOOL ONLY ACTIVITIES (red)
MIDDLE SCHOOL ONLY ACTIVITIES (blue)
HIGH SCHOOL & MIDDLE SCHOOL ACTIVITIES (green)
Youth Ministry Coordinator Appointed
Please welcome to our St. Frances Cabrini community Mr. Kurt Martin who will serve as Youth Ministry Coordinator.
In May 2018 Kurt graduated from the Institute for Leadership in Ministry (ILM). He is a 2014 graduate from Sonoma State with a major in Communications and Bellarmine Class of 2010.
With Kurt’s experience as a Youth Minister at Sacred Heart he brings great enthusiasm and heartfelt spirit to SFC. He has participated in DYR, along with coaching basketball and football in the catholic school system.
Kurt is a baseball fanatic, naming the SF Giants as his #1 team and in his spare time enjoys super hero movies. Kurt says he “is excited to be part of the SFC community and looks forward to making youth ministry a dynamic group and an integral part of the community.”
What’s In Store With Youth Ministry?
Save the date for the 8th Grade Youth Group
Our 8th grade group will have it’s first meeting on Sunday, March 3rd from 3:45 PM – 5:15 PM.
If you have any questions, please email our youth minister Kurt Martin at email@example.com
Kurt Martin, Youth Ministry Coordinator, St. Frances Cabrini Parish
Creative Writers, Screenplay Authors Needed for Youth Ministry Original Movie
Sunday, Jan. 27th any teens who have a passion for creative writing or screenplay writing are invited to join the youth group for a movie planning session. This is an original movie that will be produced by the teens of our parish. The session will be 3:15 PM – 5:15 PM.
Share SFC’s Youth Ministry news with a teen you know. For more on Youth Ministry see https://sfcabrini.org/ministries/youth-ministry/
Youth ministry is a group for high school teens and their friends to come for fellowship and to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ. Our goal is to empower the youth of our parish to live as disciples of Jesus Christ in our world today. We do this through social events, retreats, small groups and youth nights. We will meet after the 5:30 mass on Sunday nights in the youth center (also known as Kelley Hall) from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm. Dinner is always provided!
Questions? Email our youth minister Kurt Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call him at 669-245-5502