Youth Ministry


youth Ministry upcoming events


  • EDGE

    6:30-8:00PM Monday March 27th

    Mission Basilica school> Gym

    7th and 8th Graders - Join us for EDGE! On this night, we will be shifting focus to a new Sacrament, the Eucharist. This is the source and summit of our faith, like the summit of a mountain, and we are going to look at how deep the roots of out Eucharist go, plating games and having a blast all the while!

  • One NIght

    6:30- 8:30 Friday  March 31

    Mission Basilica> youth room

    High School Teens - Join us for One Night. Tonight we will explore how our relationship with Christ can be transforming. Are you allowing Jesus to sit at your table and transform you? Is your new life in Jesus just a blessing to you or those that you encounter on your journey?

  • edge

    6:30-8:00 mONDAY aPRIL 3RD

    MISSION BASILICA SCHOOL> GYM

    7th and 8th Graders - Join us for EDGE! The Mass is the highest form of worship, yet many Catholics, young and old, don't always understand it. As we gather once again to enjoy fellowship, we will continue to look at the beloved Eucharist and, in particular, it's presence in the Mass.

  • One night

    6:30 - 8:00 Friday April 7th

    Mission Basilica> Youth Room

    High School Teens - Join us for One Night. Tonight we will discuss how we are called to be in community. Tonight we will reflect on who are the thirsty and the hungry in our community and how we can demonstrate God's love to them by helping meet their spiritual and physical needs.

  • eDGE

    6:30-8:00 mONDAY APRIL 10TH

    mISSION bASILICA SCHOOL> GYM

    7th and 8th Graders - Join us for EDGE! It is the last week of lent! More specifically, it is almost the Triduum. But what is Triduum? Tonight we will learn what the days leading up to Easter truly consist of... and Jesus is risen!

ONE NIGHT

High School Teens - Join us for One Night. Tonight we will look into how God can take what we have to give to others and turn it into something much greater. We need to have faith to grasp that, however small or insignificant we think the things we can offer are, we serve a generous God who can multiply our acts of generosity to achieve far more than we can ever imagine.