Mass Schedule: Saturday 5:30pm
Sunday 8:00am, 10:00am & 12:00pm
1440 N. Fairfield RD, Beavercreek. OH 45432

Youth and Young Adult Ministry

There are many ways to get involved as a young Catholics – spiritually, socially and service oriented! We invite and encourage you to join us, putting your gifts and talents to work, while also getting connected with other young Catholics for faith sharing and socializing.



Youth Ministry Calendar

Youth Leadership Opportunities

Create, plan, and lead youth retreats for high school and middle school youth.

Weekly Prayer: Eucharistic Adoration 

Join with St. Luke parishioners on Tuesdays between 9:15am-6:45pm in St. Dominic Chapel for Eucharistic Adoration. 

Spring 2017

Sunday Night Youth Ministry 
Bishop Ford Hall: 6:00pm-8:30pm
March 19 and 26
April 2, 9, 23, and 30
No Youth Ministry April 16th due to Easter
May 7, 21 and 28
No Youth Ministry May 14 due to Mother's Day
Summer 2017
June 4
June 14- no youth ministry due to VBS
June 21
June 28- no youth ministry due to Gospel Road
July 5
July 12
July 19- no youth ministry due to Cross Training
July 26
August 6- Send off our Seniors in Style
August 13- no youth ministry, break before school starts!
August 20 
August 27

Upcoming Events

Encounter Dayton

May 6, 2017

Encounter provides an opportunity to grow in deeper relation with Jesus through adoration, confession, praise and worship and community.  Doors open at 6:30pm with music beginning at 7pm. The event will end at 10pm. 8th grade youth are invited to attend! Remember, Encounter is a FREE event! The following link will provide more information as well as a permission slip: 




June 14-18, 2017


Five day conference for grades 10-12 where the youth are commissioned to root their lives in Christ through Church, and to share this joy that has been given to us with others. For more information go to Let Maria know if you would like to go.



Midwest AMP Fest 2017

June 24, 2017


Our youth are the future of our parishes, and this year’s Midwest AMP Fest on June 24 strives to remind them — and us — that they don’t have to wait to make a difference and hear His call.  With nearly 250 youth group attendees last year, the AMPteam anticipates doubling that number this year. The afternoon and evening event includes recreation time, Adoration, speakers, dinner, and Mass celebrated by Archbishop Schnurr. Music will be provided throughout the day by His Own and ALOB. Ryan Mahle is a confirmed speaker.


This year’s theme, Fearless, will expound upon 1 Timothy 4:12Let no one disregard you because you are young, but be an example to all the believers in the way you speak and behave, and in your love, your faith and your purity.  For more information about this event for 7-12th graders (including graduated seniors) please visit our website  AMP Fest is located at the Lange Estate, which is 20 minutes northwest of Dayton, Ohio.



Gospel Road

June 25, 2017- July 1, 2017

Travelling once more to Harlan, Kentucky to serve the people in this great community. Youth (Incoming 9th Graders and Graduating Seniors) and Young Adults (current college students) are welcome to join us on this journey. Please contact Maria DeRoo for more details or look in the bulletin in the next few weeks. 


Cross Training

July 17-21, 2017

Incoming 6ththrough incoming 9thgrade youth are invited to join a week-long day camp of games, service, prayer and small group discussions as well as canoeing, swimming and a day at Kings Island!



November 16-18, 2017

We will once again be attending NCYC this coming fall. The National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) is an exciting, biennial three-day experience of prayer, catechesis, community, and discipleship. Catholic teenagers and their adult chaperones learn about the Catholic faith through keynote presentations and workshops that address a wide variety of topics. The Eucharist is celebrated daily and the sacrament of reconciliation is offered in addition to recreation and special activities such as concerts, exhibits, and the interactive thematic park. NCYC is open to high school age young people (high school students as of 2017-2018 school year). More details will come soon.