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The youth ministry of St. Margaret’s is an energetic and passionate group of students and adult volunteers who care deeply about each other and their community. It is our goal as a youth ministry to cultivate a safe environment that gives youth grades 6-12 room to build community with each other, explore questions related to their faith and life, and grow in the love and knowledge of Jesus Christ.

Sundays We meet every Sunday morning at 10:10 am in the youth room for “The 1010″(discussion + donuts + prayer). There we discuss significant topics found in culture, scripture, and our church and wonder together about their meaning and application in our everyday lives.

Monthly Activities

Also, we hold twice-monthly events like laser tag, serving the homeless, bridge for disabilities, corn maze scavenger hunts, holiday parties, other service projects. Sometimes our junior highers and high schoolers are together for these events and other times they are separate.

Pilgrimages and Retreats

Yearly pilgrimages are important trips for our youth as it gives them an opportunity to see the Body of Christ at work in the world outside their own communities. By expanding their world views, encountering new places and ministries, the youth come home with renewed hearts for service and a wider perspective of the Kingdom of God. Also, each quarter we attend the diocesan retreats HYC (for high school students) and JYC (for junior high school students).

Service to Others

As part of our larger community at St. Margaret’s, many of our youth serve regularly as acolytes, ushers, and lectors in our Sunday services, provide child care in the nursery, and participate in our confirmation program as they seek to grow in faith.

To see the full range of activities and service opportunities offered, please email Sonja Lindberg, Director of Christian Formation, to be added to our weekly newsletter update.


Youth Permission Slip

If you are attending one of our Youth activities we must have a permission slip on file, please fill out a permission slip and bring it with you to the event. You can download the Youth Permission Slip here.

Journey in Faith 2017

Come and be part of a group of people exploring the meaning of the Christian life as expressed in the Episcopal Church and St. Margaret’s. The sessions provide preparation for youth and adults who are preparing for baptism, confirmation, and reception into the Episcopal Church on St. Margaret’s Day, November 19. Journey in Faith is . . . → Read More: Journey in Faith 2017