Click image to see slideshow from October 2017

Click image to see slideshow from October 2017

St. Luke's & St. Paul's Youth Group

Are you in middle school or high school? Join us for St. Luke's & St. Paul's joint youth group!

It's a stop on your spiritual journey and a chance to make friends outside the pressures of school!

We meet twice a month September through May, from 6-7:30pm, mostly on Wednesday, but sometimes not. Usually we alternate between meeting at St. Luke's and St. Paul's (St. Paul's is currently meeting at Trinity Lutheran Church).  Please check schedule for date & place of each event

No regular Wednesday meetings in June, July or August.
But keep an eye out for things like VBS, Mission Trip, Sunday School Carnival, and special events!

 

Register here. Questions? Tricia

Highlights of Some  Meetings:

At St. Luke's on November 16, the group burned their woes and then roasted marshmallows on the ashes of their woes.

At St. Paul's on November 2, golden doodle puppies visited youth group to be socialized.

At St. Luke's on October 19, the group learned about the Day of the Dead and how it relates to All Souls Day and All Saints Day. They ate skull cookies and decorated plastic and marshmallow skulls.

Special meeting on Tuesday, February 28 at the Pancake Supper fundraiser for the mission trip.


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Connect Class

Every Sunday (September through May) from 9:30 to 10:15 a.m., for 5th grade and up.

This is a pre-confirmation class, pondering the big questions of life with a variety of materials, activities, crafts and video.


2018 Youth Mission Trip an Inspiring Success


Our St. Luke's/St. Paul's Youth Group completed their annual summer mission trip doing service work at Hearts and Horses and Rocky Mountain State Park.

They spent their final day at Highlands Retreat Center where they got to test their skills on the ropes course and rock climbing. A great time was had by all.

Thank you to all who supported them and helped make this inspiring time possible.


The Colorado Youth Leadership Initiative (Rising 9th & 10th Graders)

What does it mean to be a servant leader, work as a team, and bring your full heart and faith into every aspect of your life? Through team and individual challenges, students learn judgment and decision-making skills based in God and faith and how to apply them with compassion as servant leaders in the world. Team-building, spiritual practice, and exploration are central to this program.

COYLI is a three-year commitment.* More information, and to apply here.