Holy Spirit Young Adult Ministry is for people ages 21-39 and engages young adults in spiritual and social activities to encourage continued Catholic formation. Young Adult Ministry is always looking for fun ways to get together with our fellow Catholic young adults and create innovative ways to experience these formative years together. Keep an eye out for Theology on Tap, bible studies, Moms groups, and other programming and activities tailored for people in this life stage. If you would like to participate, please call Allison at 842-7777.
St. Meinrad Young Adult Initiative
Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology was awarded a grant from the Lilly Foundation to help find out why churches across every denomination are losing young people. Specifically, Saint Meinrad’s mission is to respond to the challenge of connecting today’s young adults, ages 23-29, with Catholic parishes. The primary goal is to engage with young adults and design innovative ministries to effectively meet their spiritual needs. Holy Spirit was one of 12 parishes east of the Mississippi to be selected by St. Meinrad. We will be receiving grant funding over the next three years to facilitate the development of new and innovative strategies, programs, and services to meet the needs of young adults in our area.
Genesis to Jesus Study
The Young Adult Core Team is hosting a Lenten bible study called “Genesis to Jesus.” It’s a video study with an accompanying workbook (link to purchase: https://stpaulcenter.com/…/genesis-to-jesus…/ ).
When: Tuesdays from 7-8:30 during Lent
Where: Youth room at Holy Spirit Catholic Church
About the Study: What is the Bible, where does it come from, and what is its purpose? How are Catholics supposed to read the Bible and what story does it tell? These are the ever-important questions answered in Genesis to Jesus, the forthcoming video Bible Study from the St. Paul Center. (More in comments)
Workbook: $16.00 (optional + scholarships available; also available through the parish office)
If interested email: email@example.com
Diocesan Retreat Day: April 13th