The Youth Ministry Program at St. Aloysius combines the talents and interests of young people to provide them with opportunities for service, social and spiritual growth. This vision of “total youth ministry” consist of the development of leadership, planning and communication skills; the youth’s understanding of our Christian call to serve others; and the Archdiocesan concern for the development of young people in a Catholic parish today. Not only are we concerned with social and service activities for the youth, but also for their exploration of living a Catholic lifestyle.
If you would like to find out more about the Youth Ministry program contact Mandy Kumler, Coordinator of Youth Ministry.
Each event that your student attends off campus will require a permission form. Health forms are kept on file for one year, and are not required at every event as long as your insurance information is up to date.
Junior High Youth Ministry is open to students in grades 7 and 8. Events typically happen once a month. The day and times of Jr. High Events vary, so that we can be sure to offer opportunities that are convenient to students who attend our school and the students who attend public school. Some of our events are are regional events; meaning that the other parishes in the area also attend the events. For more information contact Mandy Kumler, Coordinator of Youth Ministry. And check back often for calendars of upcoming events!
Senior High Youth Ministry is open to students in grades 9-12. Typically events happen on a weekly basis on Monday Nights. During the school year there is a class for High School Religious Ed on Sunday Nights. For more information on either program contact Mandy Kumler, Coordinator of Youth Minister. And check back often for calendars of upcoming events!
Each summer St. Aloysius gladly takes a group of high school students on a Mission Trip. The mission trips are open to students in 9-12th grade. Typically the trip takes place on the last week of June, during “dead period” for sports. The Mission Trip is a great opportunity for students to grow in community with each other and to have the opportunity to be the hands and feet of Christ for the people we serve. The total cost of the trip is $650 per person but there are several fundraising opportunities available to substantially reduce that price.
Space is limited and on a first com first served basis. To register turn in a deposit of $50 and a completed commitment form in to the Parish Office. For more information contact Mandy Kumler, Coordinator of Youth Ministry.
212 Mt. Mercy Drive
Pewee Valley, KY 40056
- Daily Mass (No Tuesdays)
- Mon–Sat: 8:15am
- Weekly Mass
- Sat: 5pm
- Sun: 8am, 11am,
- Sat: 9-10am (Church)
- Tues: 8:45am-7pm
- Sun: 3-9pm
- Mon-Thurs: 8am to 4pm
- Fri: 8am-3pm
- Sat/Sun: Closed