All 7th and 8th grade youth are invited to participate in Middle School Faith Formation together. Middle School Faith Formation will provide a safe, fun opportunity for youth to find solid Catholic community, to get answers to their questions about faith, and most importantly, to experience Jesus in a profound and personal way.
Middle school students are invited to come to HMC for one hour on 2-3 Sunday evenings per month. Our sessions will consist of a fun activity, a prayer opportunity, and small group discussion.
Our students will watch a video lesson at home BEFORE coming to HMC for the fun activity, prayer opportunity, and small group discussion. We also offer a home study option.
If you would prefer that your student watches the video at HMC instead, they can come 30 minutes before the session starts at HMC to watch the video in a designated classroom.
Here are just some of the reasons why we use the video lesson format:
If you have questions about Middle School Faith Formation, please contact Becky Phillips, our Director of Faith Formation and Youth Ministry.
Please follow our Holy Mother of Consolation Youth Ministry Facebook page and HMC Youth Ministry Instagram account for up to date announcements about our youth events.
We will also email this information to our registered Faith Formation families. If you would like to receive this information via email, please contact Becky at [email protected].
Middle School Nights Out
Our middle school students are invited to get involved in our social events held at different locations and during different times throughout the year.
Here are some events we have done in the past:
Just so, your light must shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your heavenly Father. (Matthew 5:16)
Students entering 7th-9th grade are invited to participate in SHINE in June! SHINE will happen at Holy Mother of Consolation and around the Oregon area and involves service, fun, prayer, and community!
Participants will spend the day/evening doing a variety of activities, but we will go home to sleep each night.