Lasallian Youth Ministry: Program Overview
Lasallian Youth Ministry (LYM) combines the traditional programs of campus ministry, volunteer service, student activities, and student government. Rather than separate, competing programs, LYM consists of three integral components in a single program: faith, service, and community.
Students are free to drop by the LYM room at any time. LYM is a place for all students to relax, feel welcomed, and have meaningful conversations. Students who volunteer in LYM form strong friendships and grow in self-confidence and leadership. They collaborate to plan and lead the following events, among others:
• Faith Activities: All-School Masses, Class Retreats, Thanksgiving Prayer Service, Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Service, Holy Thursday Prayer Service, and Daily Morning Prayer.
• Service Activities: SOLV Beach Cleanup, Children’s Peace Fair, Hunger Banquet, Blood Drive, Founder’s Day of Service, JOIN Homeless Immersion, Lasallian Connections Northwest, and Spring Break Service Immersion.
• Community Activities: “Beverage House Catastrophe” Talent Shows, Homecoming Dance, Lasallian Core Principles Week, Lasallian Student Leaders Experience, Lasallian Youth Assembly, and Prom.
For more information about LYM, please contact Sarah Jane Maher at 285-9385 ext. 143 or email@example.com.