St. Giles Parish offers many different ways for teens to become involved in our parish and build community with one another.
Appalachian Service Project (ASP) – is a high school ministry program with the goal of empowering high school students to grow in faith and fellowship as they work together to serve the people in Appalachia and bring the richness of their experience back to share with our parish community. This is a week-long mission trip during the summer with a formation and fundraising program throughout the year, prior to the trip.
CHAOS Teen Group – is a high school ministry program that focuses on our identity as Catholics and empowers the teens to explore the many ways to live this out in their daily lives. CHAOS focuses on relationship building in forming a community of support, grounded in the values of the Catholic Church. CHAOS meets weekly for Hosanna & Homework, as well as for various spiritual and social events throughout the year.
Love in Action – is a high school ministry program that empowers and supports teens as they serve in the local community through a variety of community partners. We are still working on the details for Love in Action but hope to launch programming later this fall!
Please see the links to the right for more complete descriptions of these programs and the ways to get involved!
Please contact the Director of Youth & Young Adult Ministry, Emily Davis, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 708-383-3430 X 421 with questions.