WHO IS THE CORE TEAM?
Core members aren't theologians or philosophers. They're people answering God's call to be present to students in an intentional way.
The Core team is a faith family whose mission is to build intentional relationships with students so that when faith and life collide, the teens have a sounding board for figuring out what it all means.
We are always looking for more people to join our family!
…so if you or anyone you know has a desire to have a direct impact on the lives of high school students, we ask you to pray and consider being a part of Core. Don't be discouraged; our Core Team consists of adults of all ages from all walks of life.
WHAT WE ASK
We ask that you lead a life that reflects an importance placed on the following:
Prayer – engaging in an active prayer life infuses our personal life and is critical in our ministry
Risk – in time, faith, personal comfort zones – “being willing to let God get His hands on my life”
Creativity and Flexibility – asking for it from the Life Teen Ministry and being open to it personally
Catholic Faith – as servants who are role models for our teens, it is essential that how we live, act struggle and grow reflects a commitment to the teachings of our church
Accountability – to staying personally on fire, committed to serving and holding others on our team accountable
A MEMBER OF THIS TEAM WILL:
Listen, encourage, and build relationships with high school students
Continue to grow in their own personal relationship with Jesus
Be a part of a Core team community
Be present each Sunday for 4:30pm team prayer, 5pm Mass, and 6-8pm Lifenight
Plan and/or implement a Life Nights every 6-8 weeks as part of a planning team
Attend monthly core team meetings with the youth ministers and team for training and prayer
Personal Relationships – connect with teens outside of Sunday nights
Have questions or any interest?
Shoot an email to Mac! She'd be happy to buy you a cup of coffee and fill you in on how to get plugged in and start making a difference in the lives of our students.