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CHURCH OF THE NATIVITY

Youth Ministry

2021-2022 Youth Ministry Year

The Church of the Nativity High School Youth Ministry Program fosters the spiritual, intellectual, and social growth of young people and empowers them to serve as disciples of Jesus while drawing them to responsible participation in the life of the Church.

The Church of the Nativity High School Youth Ministry Program involves 4 components and is based on these church documents: A Vision of Youth Ministry, Renewing the Vision, and Doctrinal Elements of a Curriculum Framework for the Development of Catechetical Materials for Young People of High School Age - USCCB (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops).

1.  Educational/Catechesis

This is accomplished mainly through our Sunday Topic Nights from September to June.  Sunday Topic Nights are about ongoing Faith Formation and challenging teens to apply and live all aspects of their Catholic faith in everyday life.  Some people incorrectly refer to our Sunday Topic Nights as "Confirmation Class".  Sunday Topic Nights are not about Confirmation.  Our topics come from the documents listed above, our 4 year curriculum from St. Mary's Press, and our Topic Survey of the most requested topics from the parents and teens at the start of each year.  This method allows for both a Catechetical systematic structure and the flexibility to cover current events.

 2.  Service Projects

There are regularly scheduled Service Projects as well as many other pop-up service projects offered to the teens during the year.

 3.  Social Events

We do Social Events about every other month and the teens vote on what to do.

 4.  Confirmation Program

The Confirmation Program runs from February through May every year.  The "Confirmation Immediate Preparation Class" is specifically and only education on the Sacrament of Confirmation for eligible sophomores, juniors, or seniors and is in addition to our Sunday Topic Nights or Catholic schooling.  It only involves a few classes, a Retreat, small homework assignments, and successfully completing a Final Interview.  Confirmation is only 1 part along a teen's Faith Formation journey within the Nativity Youth Ministry Program, not the end or "graduation" from Faith Formation.  It is important to remember it's place in the bigger picture of Youth Ministry.  Teens are expected to continue with their Youth Ministry involvement after Confirmation as part of their lifelong education in our Catholic faith and to live out their Confirmation commitments.  For more information on Confirmation go to our Confirmation page.

 

If you would like more information on the Nativity High School Youth Ministry Program please contact Mike James, Pastoral Associate, at [email protected].

 


2021-2022 Youth Ministry Registration

Registration for the 2021-2022 Youth Ministry year is now open.  Why is it important for all teens to register?  We track all teens in the parish throughout their high school years whether they go to a public or Catholic high school.  It is important for us to have them on our class lists and know what high school they attend to determine their eligibility for Confirmation Immediate Preparation Classes at the appropriate time.  For more information on the sacrament of Confirmation please see our Confirmation page here on this website.

To register for Youth Ministry properly:

  1. If you aren't already a parishioner please fill out the Parish Registration Form.
  2. If your teen attends a public high school fill out the Youth Ministry Registration Form and Topic Survey and mail them back to the parish along with the Registration Fee
  3. If your teen attends a Catholic high school and will also be participating in Youth Ministry Sunday Topic Night meetings fill out the Youth Ministry Registration Form and Topic Survey and mail them back to the parish along with the Registration Fee
  4. If your teen attends a Catholic High School and will not be participating in the Youth Ministry Sunday Topic Night meetings but wishes to stay on our class lists for Confirmation Preparation when eligible fill out the Youth Ministry Registration Form and mail it back to the parish.  No Registration Fee or Topic Survey is needed.

Please know that we are monitoring all the rapidly changing state and Diocesan health guidelines and our learning models for the 2021-2022 Youth Ministry year will reflect those guidelines. 

 


 

2021-2022 - New Teen and Parent Orientation

Our New Teen and Parent Orientation will be Sunday September 19, 2021 from 5-6:15pm.  All freshmen, new teens, and most importantly their parents are invited to come and hear about the Youth Ministry Program and Confirmation Program requirements.  This is the only meeting we ask new parents to attend during their teen’s 4 years in the program so they can hear how the Youth Ministry Program works, especially for Confirmation in sophomore, junior, or senior year.  There will be plenty of time for questions after the presentation.  This orientation meeting is actually pretty important because each parish has a different model of Youth Ministry and different model of Confirmation Preparation so it is important to know and understand how we do it at Church of the Nativity.  Returning teens and families are not required to attend as it will be information they heard in previous years. 

 


2021-2022 - Get to Know You Night

Our second meeing on September 26, 2021 is for all freshmen-seniors from 5-6:15pm.  It will be a "Get To Know You Night" where freshmen and new teens are introduced to the returning teens to do sharing and icebreaker activities to help ease their transition into High School.  We will also discuss the online learning model and small groups for the first part of the year.

The pictures from this night are now up at https://nativitycatholic.weconnect.com/photos/view/id/66633

 


Nativity Youth Samaritans - Summer Service Project

On Sunday August 8 at 11:30am we will help assemble the backpacks and school supplies donated by parishioners for the “Voices for Children” organization.  We will meet in the Commons. 

By providing backpacks and school supplies, we’re ensuring less of a financial burden on the foster families, so that they can use the funds they get for food and clothing.

Voices for Children transforms the lives of abused, abandoned, or neglected children by providing them with trained, volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs).  For more information on Voices for Children go to https://www.speakupnow.org/

The pictures from this Service Project are now up at https://nativitycatholic.weconnect.com/photos/view/id/65641

 


 

Diocesan Update - August 4, 2021

Please see the latest statement from the Diocese - "Restrictions Lifted But Caution Prevails".  It is also on the Diocesan website at https://www.sdcatholic.org/find-a-parish/indoor-masses/

 


 

Service Project at Fr. Gus' Installation Mass & Reception

Teens are needed to help with various tasks for Fr. Gus’ Installation Mass and reception.  It will be on Wednesday September 8 from 6-8:30pm.  Teens will earn service hours and get a free meal.  Contact Mike James to sign up at [email protected].

 


 

On Sunday September 12 from 5-6:15pm we will have a special FREE event with Motivational Speaker Jessica Cox titled “Evangelizing as Young People in the World”.  It is hosted by the Youth Ministry Program but open to teens and adults in the parish and local community.

Jessica believes in a future where people passionately pursue their dreams with the resilience to overcome any challenge. Described as a speaker “no one will ever forget," Jessica shows audiences around the globe how to inspire enthusiasm and empower diversity. With the goal to lift audiences to a new level of attention and excitement, she teaches how to tackle new challenges with commitment and resilience. Born without arms, Jessica is fascinated by the way assumptions and perceived barriers prevent people from achieving their dreams. Jessica has utilized dormant physical traits to adapt and use her feet the way people use their hands. As she learned to conquer physical barriers, she developed mental skills that allowed her to go on to achieve the seemingly impossible in her unique way.  www.JessicaCox.com

For full details on this event go to https://nativitycatholic.weconnect.com/jessica-cox

 


Nativity Youth Samaritans - Service Project - Operation Gratitude 9/11 Digital Letter Writing Campaign

In honor of the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 and National Day of Service, Operation Gratitude welcomes grateful Americans to express their appreciation for the service and sacrifice of first responders, service members, and Veterans through our digital letter writing campaign.  Their goal is 200,000 digital letters!  Go to https://www.operationgratitude.com/9-11-digital-letter-writing/ for the details and to submit the form that becomes the digital letters.

 


Nativity alum & current CCHS senior, Grace, needs our help ASAP. Please bring handwritten letters to the table in the Narthex under the Resurrected Christ painting, or just email them to me. These are veterans who are being flown to DC to be honored and visit memorials, the letters will be their “Welcome Home” on 9/24, hence why it’s so urgent. She needs 500 letters so let’s each do 10.

We love our veterans, let’s show them how much!

 


October 3, 2021 - Safe Environment Training

In compliance with the Diocese of San Diego’s Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People, the topic of Safe Environment will be introduced to your teenager at our Topic Night on Sunday October 3, 2021 from 5-6:15pm.  Emails were sent to all parents on 9/29/21 with a Parent Letter, Parent Conversation Resource from the Diocese, and the PowerPoint that your teens will be shown according to their grade level.  If you have any questions please email [email protected]

For more information on the Diocesan Safe Environment Program go to https://www.safeinourdiocese.org/

 


 

October 10, 2021 - The Resurrection

Sunday’s Topic will be “The Resurrection”.  What are the similarities in all 4 gospels regarding the resurrection?  What are the differences?  What did Jesus do after the resurrection?  How many people witnessed Jesus after the resurrection?  We will talk about this and more.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school, are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm in the Commons.   

 


October 17, 2021 - The Road to Emmaus

Sunday’s Topic will be “The Road to Emmaus”.  What did Jesus do after his resurrection?  How did people recognize Jesus after his resurrection?  If you could ask Jesus 1 question on the road to Emmaus what would it be?  We will talk about this and more.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school, are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm in the Commons.

   


 

October 24, 2021 - The Rosary

Sunday’s Topic will be “Praying the Rosary”.  How are Catholics supposed to pray the rosary?  What are the prayers that make up the rosary?  What is the purpose of the rosary?  We will also go into the church and pray the rosary.  We will talk about this and more, go over the 3 readings from mass, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school, are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm in the Commons.   

 


October 31, 2021 - No Class

The High School Youth Group will not have class on October 31.  We resume on November 7.

 


 

  Catherine Mowbray Lorenz

 

Drew Dohn

November 7, 2021 - Guest Speakers - Catherine Mobray Lorenz & Drew Dohn

On November 7 will have 2 guest speakers.  Parishioner Catherine Lorenz (https://catherinemowbraylorenz.com) will speak to the girls on Presence, Power, and Purpose and how our faith should go with us into the business world.  Parishioner and former Youth Group Member Drew Dohn will speak to the boys on how our Faith Should Transform and carry us from the teen years into adulthood and the business world.  We will talk about this and more, go over the 3 readings from mass, have small groups, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school, are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm in the Commons.   

1.  Scripture Readings

2.  Confidence

 


 

November 14, 2021 - Giving Tree Ornament Making Night

Instead of a Topic Night we will do a Parish Service Project.  We will make the Parish Giving Tree Ornaments.  These ornaments help to generate over 400 gifts for the less fortuante during the holiday season.  We will also talk about how service is a part of the beatitudes and go over it's roots in scripture in Matthew 25: 31-46. 

1.  Scripture Readings

 


 

November 21, 2021 - Prayer / Worship Mini Retreat Night

Sunday’s Topic Night will be a Prayer Service / Mini Retreat night in the church since there is a Lamb of God Fundraiser Dinner in the church.  We will also go over the 3 readings from mass, have small groups, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm in the Commons.   

1.  Scripture Readings

 


 

November 28, 2021 - No Class / Thanksgiving Break

 


 

December 5, 2021 - Advent & the Immaculate Conception

Sunday's topic will be "Advent & the Immaculate Conception".  Happy New Year!  Our new liturgical year always starts with the season of Advent.  We will cover all the basics and a little more plus go into the church to see our beautiful Advent Wreath.  How many weeks are in Advent?  What is the purpose of the Advent wreath?  What do we do spiritually during Advent?  How is Advent part of God’s plan for salvation?  What is the Immaculate Conception about and what are the other important days during the Christmas Season?  We will also play some icebreaker games, go over the readings from mass and have small groups.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school, are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm in the Commons.  

To prepare for our Topic Night please download:

1.  Scripture Readings - Cycle C - 2nd Sunday of Advent

2.  Advent

3.  Immaculate Conception and Assumption

4.  Catechism of the Catholic Church Quotes on Advent

 


December 12, 2021 - Service Project - Sorting of Parish Giving Tree Gifts

Sunday’s Topic Night will be another Service Project sorting out the 480 Parish Giving Tree Gifts and preparing them for delivery while learning about the organizations they benefitted.  We will also study Matthew 25:31-46 and it’s message – “Amen.  I say to you, whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.”  Teens should bring any paperwork they need signed for the service hours for school.  We will also go over the 3 readings from mass, have small groups, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm in the Commons.  

1.  Scripture Readings

2.  Gaudete Sunday

 


December 19, 2021 - Youth Group Christmas Party

Sunday will be our Youth group Christmas Party.  We will have Christmas themed icebreaker games, Christmas refreshments, and preview the readings for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm in the Commons.  

 


 

Holiday Schedule

There will be no class on December 26 or January 2 for the Christmas Break.  We will resume on January 9 at the regular times.

 


January 9, 2022 - VIRTUAL ON ZOOM - "Temptation"

Sunday’s Topic Night will be on the part of the Our Father prayer - “and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.”  What are some ways we can resist temptation to sin?  How do we have our sins forgiven?  How can we stay focused on the good?  We will also go over the 3 readings from mass, have small groups, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm in the Commons.  This meeting will be VIRTUAL ON ZOOM.  All families and teens will be emailed the Zoom Meeting log on information during the week.

To prepare for this class please download:

1.  Scripture Readings - Cycle C - Baptism of the Lord

2.  Catechism of the Catholic Church Quotes on Temptation

 


 

January 16, 2022 - No Class

There will be no class on Sunday January 16 due to the Martin Luther King holiday.  We resume on January 23 at the regular times.

 


January 22, 2022 - Suicide Prevention Training

The Nativity Mental Health Ministry in conjunction with the High School Youth Ministry Program is presenting a talk on “Suicide Prevention for Teens, Families, and Friends” on Saturday January 22 from 10am-12 noon in the Commons.  All teens and their families are invited to attend hear Michele Madden, Director of Support and Prevention Programs at Survivors of Suicide Loss, present on the warning signs, QPR method, and more.  It is being promoted all across San Diego and is open to anyone.  Please RSVP to [email protected].  It will also be live streamed on Zoom and the log in information is below:

Topic: Suicide Prevention Training

Time: Jan 22, 2022 09:30 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81326977067?pwd=azVIWjNkNXJKbnJBMmN0bkhrTGlMZz09

Meeting ID: 813 2697 7067

Passcode: 9JQj73

 


January 23, 2022 - Sacraments

Sunday's topic will be an overview of our unit on "Sacraments".  Where do sacraments come from?  How did sacraments develop?  Why are rituals important to us as Catholics?  We will learn about this and more.  We will also play some icebreaker games, go over the readings from mass and have small groups.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school, are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm.  We will meet in person again but be outside for most of the night so please dress warm!

To prepare for this class please download:

1.  Scripture Readings - Cycle C - Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

2.  Catechism of the Catholic Church Quotes on Sacraments

 


Nativity Youth Samaritans - Service Project

We have received an urgent appeal for toiletries from our friends at St. Vincent de Paul.  Please bring all donations to the bins in the Commons by February 7th.  Any size of products is fine, not just travel sizes, also masks, combs, ladies sanitary supplies & deodorant is in very short supply for our homeless brothers and sisters in need.

 


January 30, 2022 - Sacraments of Initiation

On Sunday we will continue our unit on sacraments with “The Sacraments of Initiation”.  How are the 3 sacraments of initiation connected?  What was baptism like in the early church?  How have the sacraments been given throughout the years?  We will discuss this and more.  As always, we will also go over the 3 readings from mass, have small groups, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm.  We will meet in person again but be outside for most of the night so please dress warm!

1.  Scripture Readings - 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time

2.  Catechism of the Catholic Church Quotes on Sacraments of Initiation

 


 

February 6, 2022 - Sacraments of Healing

On Sunday we will continue our unit on sacraments with the Sacraments of Healing - Reconciliation and Anointing of the Sick.  How should Catholics deal with sin?  What are the benefits of Reconciliation?  How does Anointing of the Sick help us deal with physical suffering and pain?  We will discuss this and more.  As always, we will also go over the 3 readings from mass, have small groups, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm.  Dress warm as part of the night will be outside.

1.  Scripture Readings - Cycle C - Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

2.  Catechism of the Catholic Church Quotes on Sacraments of Healing

 


 

February 13, 2022 - No Class

There will be no class on February 13.  We will resume on February 20 at the regular times.

 


February 20, 2022 - Ministerial Sacraments

On Sunday we will continue our unit on sacraments with the Ministerial Sacraments - Matrimony and Holy Orders.  Why are these sacraments grouped together?  What are the 3 orders in Holy Orders?  What does being married “in the church” require?  How are God and Jesus involved in marriages?  We will discuss this and more.  We will also go over the 3 readings from mass, have small groups, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm.   

1.  Scripture Readings - Cycle C - 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time

2.  Catechism of the Catholic Church Quotes on the Ministerial Sacraments

 


 

February 27, 2022 - The Our Father

On Sunday we will have Prayer and Worship specifically on the Our Father prayer.  What are we actually doing and asking God for when we pray this prayer?  What does "hallowed" mean?  Where did the prayer come from?  Why do we have to forgive others?  We will discuss this and more.  We will also go over the 3 readings from mass, have small groups, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm.   

1.  Scripture Readings - Cycle C - 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time

2.  Catechism of the Catholic Church Quotes on the Our Father

 


 

March 6, 2022 - No Class

There will be no class on March 6.  We will resume on March 13 at the regular times.

 


 

March 13, 2022 - Catholic Teaching on War

On March 13 our topic will be the Catholic teaching on War.  Our Guest Speaker will be our Coordinator for Music Ministry, Viktor Shekhtman.  He will speak about the faith challenges he faced growing up in Ukraine. 

Viktor Shekhtman graduated with distinction from Odessa State College of Music and Odessa State Conservatory of Music (currently Odessa National Academy of Music in Ukraine). His professional career includes more than 20 years of being a church music minister, teaching and performing experience.

Mr. Shekhtman is currently an active member of National Association of Pastoral Musicians, Music Teachers Association of California, Music Teachers National Association, California Association of Professional Music Teachers and National Guild of Piano Teachers.

For many years Mr. Shekhtman had served as a principal organist and pianist at St. Therese of Carmel Parish (2002-2020) working with many musical ensembles and choirs and participating in many liturgical events and concerts. Currently Mr. Shekhtman is serving as a Director for the Liturgical Music at the Church of the Nativity. Being and active teacher and performer, Mr. Shekhtman is also maintaining a busy piano studio teaching students a diverse piano repertoire which range from Baroque and Classical masterpieces to Romantic and Contemporary compositions. His students are active participants of various annual auditions and certifications as well as music scholarship programs and competitions.

We will also go over the 3 readings from mass, have small groups, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm.   

1.  Scripture Readings - 2nd Sunday of Lent

2.  Catechism of the Catholic Church Quotes on War

3.  Scripture Passages on War

 


March 20, 2022 - Moving into Adulthood

On Sunday our topic will be "Moving into Adulthood".  What will your life and faith look like in 5 years?  What are the 7 Vectors of growing into an adult Catholic?  How should our faith transition as we get older?  We will discuss this and more.  We will also go over the 3 readings from mass, have small groups, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm.   

1.  Scripture Readings - 3rd Sunday of Lent

2.  Ten Tasks for Young Adults

 


March 27, 2022 - Turning Dreams into Realiies

On Sunday our topic will be "Turning Dreams into Realities".  What do you strive for in your life?  What steps are you taking to get there?  What do you want your life's accomplishment to be?  We will discuss this and more.  We will also go over the 3 readings from mass, have small groups, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm.  

 


 

April 3, 2022 - Turning Dreams into Realities - Part 2

On Sunday we will continue our topic will on "Turning Dreams into Realities - Part 2".  What do you strive for in your life?  What steps are you taking to get there?  What do you want your life's accomplishment to be?  We will discuss this and more.  We will also go over the 3 readings from mass, have small groups, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm.   

 


April 10, 2022 - Holy Week

On April 10 our topic will be “Holy Week and the Tridium”.  We will learn about all the special things that happen at the services during Holy Week that only happen once a year such as Washing of the Feet and Veneration of the Cross.  Where do these traditions come from and what do they mean?  We will talk about this and more.  We will also go over the 3 readings from mass, have small groups, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm.   

1.  Holy Week Handout

 


 

April 17 - Easter

There will be no class on Easter.  We resume on April 24.

 


May 1, 2022 - Review of Catholic Prayers

On Sunday we will review the basic Catholic Prayers and talk about what is really their purpose.  Where do these prayers come from?  Why do we do them?  Although we say some prayers from memory do we really think about what they teach?  We will also go over the 3 readings from mass, have small groups, and play some icebreakers.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us from 5-6:15pm. 

1.  Scripture Readings - Cycle C - Thrid Sunday of Easter

2.  Common Prayers

3.  Nicean Creed

 


May 8, 2022 - No Class - Mother's Day

There will be no class on May 8, Mother's Day.  Teens should spend that time with or doing something nice for their mothers.  We will resume on May 15.

 


May 14, 2022 - Youth Recognition Mass with Bishop Dolan

Fr. Gus has asked has called for a gathering the High School Youth Group, which includes the recently Confirmed Confirmation Class, for the 5pm mass on Saturday May 14, which will be celebrated by Bishop Dolan.  He would like to recognize them as our Catechetical Year winds down.  He will say a few words during the mass.  Getting to attend a mass with a Bishop is pretty special also!  All teens in the parish are invited to attend.  We will sit together in the front rows nearest the organ. 

 


May 15, 2022 - Youth Synod

All 7th-12 graders are invited to attend our Youth Synod on Sunday May 15 from 5-6:15pm.  This will be similar to the Adult Synod held at the end of March.  The teens will answer 3 questions and their answers will be documented and passed up to the Diocese, just as the Adult Synod answers were.  These answers will help to form the future of our church so it is important that the teens have a voice.

Pictures from our Youth Synod are up at https://nativitycatholic.weconnect.com/photos/view/id/72259

 


 

May 22, 2022 - Youth Appreciation Night

Sunday May 22 will be our Youth Appreciation Night from 5-6:15pm in the Commons.  Teens will take 2 Surveys about the Youth Ministry Program, do an Affirmation Activity, and we will celebrate another great year of Youth Ministry.  We will also talk about our June 5 End of Year Celebration and Summer Activities.  All freshmen-seniors attending public or Catholic high school are invited to join us.

 


 

Sunday May 29 - No Class - Memorial Day Holiday

There will be no class on Sunday May 29 due to the Holiday weekend.  Our June 5 End of Year Celebration activity will be posted here soon.

 


 

Sunday June 5 - Go Karting Night

Our End of Year Go Karting Night will be on Sunday June 5 at K1 Speed (https://www.k1speed.com/) in Carlsbad from 4:30-7pm. 

We will meet at K1 Speed at 4:30pm.  K1 Speed is located at 6212 Corte Del Abeto, Carlsbad, CA 92011.  Being on time is important because it takes a while to create your racer profile, process all the waivers, and to get all the racers ready for the first race at 5pm.  We will have our Mini Grand Prix races from 5-6pm with short breaks in between.  From 6-7pm we have a party room reserved for us and we will have food and drinks after the races.  We will dismiss from K1 Speed at 7pm.

The cost is $75.00 per person with our group rate.  Cash is best and will make it easier to process our group.  Otherwise there is a 3.25% non-cash transaction fee.  Please also bring some extra money for food and drinks.

The downloadable Waiver Form is linked below.  Please print it out, have your parents sign it, and bring it with you on Sunday June 5 along with your $75.00.  Closed toe shoes are required and hair past shoulder length should be pulled back while racing.  Teens must meet the 48 inches height minimum to race. 

We must have 8 people, otherwise we won’t get the group rate and the price will go up.  We have to give K1 Speed a count on Thursday afternoon so please email [email protected] and let us know you are coming by Thursday June 2 at 2pm.  Friends are welcome but they must have a Waiver signed by their parents also. 

Waiver Form

Pictures from the Go-Karting Night are now posted at https://nativitycatholic.weconnect.com/photos/view/id/72543

 


 

Sunday June 12 - Million Meals Event Service Project

"For I was hungry and you gave me food" - Matthew 25:35

The Youth Group is participating in the Million Meals Service Project at Cathedral Catholic High School from 11:30am-2pm on Sunday June 12.  We will meet at and dismiss from Cathedral.  We will help pack meals for children and families living in extreme poverty.  Half the meals will go to Casa de los Pobres in Mexico and the other half to Africa and the Philippines.  The event is organized by the Deacons in our Diocese.  Please email [email protected] to register.

Pictures from our Million Meals Service Project are now up at https://nativitycatholic.weconnect.com/photos/view/id/72709