Here at St. Michael Parish, the PPC is a group of 12 elected lay persons, the Pastor, some staff members, and appointed delegates for our Parish Council.
Please consider nominating a member of our parish (or yourself) who you belive has the faith, the listening skills and the ability to give wise counsel to the pastor.
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"Let no one look down on you because of your youth, but be a
continuing example for those who believe; in speech, conduct,
love, faith and purity"(1 Timothy 4)
We are a combined group of teens. Starting at age of 12 or sixth grade (which ever comes first). Our focus is
on ministry through service to others and social. In either case, we have fun. We build community through
each other and encourage anyone to become a part of us. You are welcomed and wanted and the same goes for
your ideas and thoughts– just stop by or call. We are informal but our mission is serious. To give you an idea,
here is a list of some past ministry projects:
Just for Fun
- HANCOCK PROJECT, Lawrence, MA: All year we collect items for distribution, such as mittens or crafts,
to this neighborhood residence. During the summer, we visit as a service project, to interact and play with the
children. We even got new basket ball hoops for them to enjoy! If you’re creative, and have ideas about what
you might like to do there, share them with us.
- COR UNUM, Lawrence, MA: We make regular visits to help serve dinner at this beautiful meal center. We
usually go two times a month from 4 to 7 PM. If you want a lesson in human dignity, this is the project for
- ST. ANN’s SCHOOL and HOME, Methuen, MA: This is an opportunity to work here at St. Michael Youth
Center but for teens over there. They are teens like us but with even more challenges. We don’t want to forget
them so we make gifts, and send cards to let them know they are thought of too. It’s our way of saying we care,
from here, and we pray for you.
, we’ve done Christmas Caroling, Movie nights, Bowling, Haunted Convents, Ski nights, Lazer
craze, and much more!
As part of our efforts and because we know friends relate to friends best, we created a program
for those who want to be a leader after Confirmation. You take the lead in applying your experience from
Religious Ed and put your faith to work by helping the wider teen community in service projects, confirmation,
Contact: Pam Guerrieo 978-686-4050
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