St. Margaret of York Youth Ministry is open to all 6th-12th grade students. There are Youth Nights, Retreats, Mission Trips, Camps and Conferences. SMOY offers it all!
May 31 - June 3 | Vacation Bible School*
June 8 | Game Night
June 17 - 19 | Steubenville Conference
June 19 - 23 | Totus Tuus Grades 7-12
June 20 - 24 | Totus Tuus Grades 1-6*
June 29 | Game Night
July 6 | Game Night
July 10 - 13 | iPlunge Grades 8-9
July 13 | Game Night
July 14 - 15 | iSplash Grades 6-7
July 17 - 23 | Catholic Heart Work Camp
August 3 | Game Night
*This is a volunteer opportunity for grades 7-12.
On Game Nights, no matter the weather, we get together from 7-9pm outside and in the Fr. Jan Room for whatever games sound fun that week.
Every summer, thousands of teens encounter the Lord at Steubenville Conferences. This summer, we’ll take a group of high school students to Franciscan University at Steubenville for nationally known keynote speakers, great music, breakout workshops and a chance to meet Jesus in a way they have never experienced before.
Totus Tuus, Latin for "Totally Yours," is a week-long summer catechetical youth program that combines Catholic religious instruction and having fun! A team of college-age students and seminarians come to the parish to lead. The youthfulness and energy of the teachers is an inspiring way to share the faith and their enthusiasm is contagious, so come out and join us.
iPlunge & iSplash are opportunities for our middle school teens to begin to understand how we can give back and reach out to our community and our world without leaving Cincinnati. We will be staying at the Jesuit Spiritual Center and serving at various locations and organizations throughout Cincinnati.
For Catholic Heart Work Camp we will be traveling to Mary Help of Christians Academy in North Haledon, NJ. Our work there will be with many agencies, parishes, and Catholic Schools in the Paterson, Newark, and Elizabeth areas. We will also branch out into less urban areas of North Jersey. The worksites include homeless shelters, food pantries, low-income preschools, a friary, group homes for individuals with disabilities, Senior daycare, a nursing home, and a convent, just to highlight a few. The week will include a number of retreat elements to our morning and evening programming including Mass, Adoration, and dynamic talks as well as time for fellowship.