“God Seekers” Youth Group: Nurturing Faith and Community Since 1997
The “God Seekers” Youth Group at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church has been a shining beacon of faith and community since its inception in 1997. This vibrant and dynamic group of young individuals has played a pivotal role in fostering spiritual growth and camaraderie among the youth of our church.
From its early days, the “God Seekers” embarked on a mission to deepen their understanding of the Catholic faith while building strong bonds of friendship. Under the guidance of dedicated leaders and mentors, the group has consistently sought to create a space where young people can explore their spirituality and share in the journey of faith together.
Throughout its rich history, the “God Seekers” Youth Group has been actively involved in a myriad of activities. These include engaging discussions on faith-related topics, participating in community service projects, organizing events that celebrate their shared beliefs, and embarking on retreats that provide moments of reflection and spiritual renewal.
One of the hallmarks of the “God Seekers” is their unwavering commitment to making a positive impact in our church and the wider community. They have demonstrated their compassion and dedication through initiatives like volunteering at local shelters, contributing to charitable causes, and sharing their talents in various church events.
As the “God Seekers” Youth Group continues to grow and evolve, they remain a source of inspiration and hope for our church community. Their youthful energy, enthusiasm, and passion for their faith invigorate our parish, reminding us all of the enduring power of faith and community.
For over two decades, the “God Seekers” Youth Group has left an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of our parishioners. Their journey is a testament to the enduring vitality of faith and the profound impact that a dedicated group of young individuals can have on a community. As they continue to seek God’s presence in their lives, they inspire us all to do the same.