Youth Ministry

Investing in today’s youth is necessary in growing the body of Christ. Teaching young people in the church to grow in their relationship with the Lord prepares them to serve Christ in all they do. As a result, young people not only prepare to become future leaders, but contribute to the church in many positive ways.
This is seen many times in the Bible, as God often used young people to do great things. For example, God used Timothy to pastor and lead the Ephesian church when he was a teenager. 1 Timothy 4:12 says, “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.”


Hi my name is Lucy Herth!  I am so excited for the year and all we will have planned. Parents, if you have not received an email from me yet please let me know.
Contact info:
812.209.8300 cell

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HERE is your chance! Every event you attend you will get your name in the bucket. Bring a friend, you get another chance, and your friend does too. At the end of the year, we will draw for two $25 winners, one $50 winner, and one $100 dollar winner!!!!



Sons of Vianney

Thursday, December 10th, 7:00pm In the lower level of St. Martin church.
Join a group of young men in high school who want to follow Jesus and listen for his call. Vocations director, Fr. James Brockmeier, will share the wisdom of St. John Vianney and we will talk about what it means to discern how God wants you to live your life. MORE DETAILS
This monthly gathering, for 8th to 12th graders, involves dinner, games and a presentation on the faith. This opportunity is open to youth from other parishes and faiths – so bring a friend! The event starts promptly at 6:00pm and ends at 8:00pm.

NEXT SNL: Dec. 12, St. Paul Gym

Friday, Dec 18, 4:00pm ~ We will depart from Dover, carol at parishioners’ homes who are sick or shut-in their homes, and then return to Dover for a Chili supper. This is an amazing way to serve our local community.



God Inspired Religious Ladies

Mission Statement:
To inspire one another to exemplify our God-given strength and dignity by developing strong bonds through socialization and gathering together. We exist to extend our strength, talents and time to those in need through various ministry opportunities. We also exist to grow in wisdom through the power of prayer.

Small Group ~ Every Tuesday ~ 7:00am
at St. Leon BP

December 13th~ St. Paul Campus 12:30pm
Making Christmas cookies and making cards for our Homebound



November 15th

Joshua Welsh Memorial – St. John Campus

November 27th

Father and Son Bowling