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All throughout Lent Church of the Redeemer is hosting Soup Dinners on Wednesday nights. The different councils are taking turns hosting these events and Youth Ministry will be taking our turn on Wednesday March 20th. We will arrive at 5pm begin setting up and preparing the food and then by 6 will begin serving.
We will also have a short prayer and reflection before we eat.
If you are interested in speaking and leading the group in prayer and thanksgiving you can sign up for that as well.
Our Youth Bible Study is every Wednesday night 7-8pm in room 11.
Come hang out for an hour and socialize as we dive deeper into the readings for the upcoming Sunday Mass. Adoration is available beforehand in the main worship space starting at 5:30pm.
Interested in Participating more in Mass? Want to get involved with Liturgy?
The next Youth Mass is March 24th at 10am.
We will need ushers, greeters, Lectors, Eucharistic Ministers, musicians, singers, and more. Don't be shy we need everyone's talents.
Indoor Ice Skating at Skate Nation
Friday March 29th 8-11pm at Skate Nation
See signup genius for details
April 26th 8-11pm will be our rescheduled Jumpology event. Come check out the trampoline park.
Redeemer will be participating in the Catholic Heart Work Camp
June 16-22 in Virginia Beach.
We have 12 spaces for CHWC and are recruiting Youth Participants & Adult Chaperones.
Please contact Jonathan de Bernardo is you are interested in attending.
For information visit Catholic Heart Work Camp
Registration is now open! Please use the following link
One Bread, One Cup Youth Liturgical Conference: Word, Sacrament, Mission
SUMMER 2019 | Conception, MO
July 15-19 (at Conception Abbey, Conception, MO)
(We will fly out of Richmond the morning BEFORE either date and return late evening the last date of conference)
Each summer, Saint Meinrad hosts several "One Bread, One Cup" gatherings. At these five day liturgical leadership conferences, youth and adults discover the Catholic Church's treasures of Word, Sacrament and Mission and enjoy opportunities for fellowship and fun (team building, outdoor recreation, variety show and dance). Participants come to appreciate the Benedictine balance of prayer, work and recreation. More information can be found at the OBOC web site. Teens will learn about their Catholic faith through sessions of catechesis, liturgical and spiritual formation, and participation in liturgies all done while having fun in their small group activities.