From each individual family to the larger parish family, gathering together helps us grow into the people the Lord has created us to be. We can help you to have meaningful and fruitful events that offer fun for everyone!
Family Small Groups
Cultivate intentional, Christ-centered community, building relationships with other families who are helping their kids to encounter and respond to the Lord too. Tips for building that community and fun activities to do with them can all be found here. Want to get family small groups started at your parish? Contact us; we can help.
Rise Up! Middle School Day
We think middle schoolers are awesome, and science tells us that their brains are in a GREAT spot to encounter the Lord in a dynamic way, recognize His personal invitation to come and follow Him, and respond with a generous yes! The RISE UP day gives our middle school youth the opportunity for all of that, plus time for fun and friends too, and serves as a springboard to deeper conversations and conversion at home and in their parishes. Contact us to see how you can bring RISE UP to your community.
Rise Up 2021
Thank you to all those who joined us for RISE UP Middle School Day this past Spring!
Watch our HIGHLIGHT REEL AND RECAP VIDEO together with your middle schoolers, remember all the fun that was had, and use the reflection questions at the end to help you talk and think about how Jesus is inviting all of you to follow Him, so that you can truly experience the abundant life that He alone offers.
Family Prayer Project
Sincere prayer is the highest expression of our faith. It’s when we come and lay our hearts bare to the One who loves us most, putting our trust in Him, and being attentive to Him as He shares His heart with us too. The Family Prayer Project is a structured prayer experience that can be hosted at parishes or regionally, which allows families with kids of all ages to enter in, encounter the Lord in the Eucharist, speak to Him, and learn how to listen to Him too. All of it culminates with time for food and fellowship afterwards because... let’s be honest.