Welcome to 3:6Teen!
3:6Teen is the youth ministry program for high schoolers of St. Nicholas Parish! 3:6Teen is a way through which young people may grow lasting friendships with their peers and mentors, may come to know Jesus on a more personal level and be given the tools to go forth and be missionary disciples for the rest of their lives. Please join us!
Bl. Carlo Acutis was a great example of living a holy life as a young person and appreciating the beauty of Jesus in the Eucharist. He also showed how modern talents and abilities, such as his computer skills, could be used for spreading the Gospel here on Earth. Pope St. John Paul II effectively reached the hearts of many young people and encouraged them to be dynamic in living out the Catholic Faith. Bl. Carlo Acutis and Pope St. John Paul II, pray for us!
Bl. Carlo Acutis
Pope St. John Paul II
(Photo: Public Domain/Wikimedia Commons)
IMPORTANT: Your ideas and opinions needed!
Yes, I'm talking to YOU. Do you have ideas on events for this summer? Do you have any thoughts on my ideas for events for the summer? Please fill out this form to let me know what kind of events you would like for the summer so we can give the best experience possible for middle school youth ministry! It should only take about 3 minutes to complete. Thank you and I hope to see you around this summer!
Summer Events and Other Opportunities
To receive text updates about events and other opportunities, text 36TEEN to 84576
A great time to meet people in the Diocese, exercise, have fun and pray! Please consider joining in on the Youth Bike Ride happening this summer! If you register, please make sure to tell Joe that you registered, as he will be the main adult chaperone for the students who come from St. Nicholas. Feel free to invite friends from outside the St. Nicholas Parish community too!
Fall Events and Other Opportunities
IMPORTANT NOTICE: If you want to join the St. Nicholas group for John Bosco Day, DO NOT register yourself on their site. Please email Joe if you plan to go so he can register you as part of the whole group.
If you would like to be a driver/chaperone for the youth attending this event, please email Joe and let him know how many people your car can seat. We might need a few drivers depending on how many people go. Drivers will be compensated for gas.
Friday, September 16 will be the last day to register with the St. Nicholas group. Please tell Joe as soon as you can if you'll be coming!
Please bring your own lunch for this event. We will have a cooler for all the St. Nicholas group lunches.
Green Bay Youth Conference 2022
Saturday, November 12
At the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help in Champion
Mark your calendar!
If you plan to go with the St. Nicholas group, please tell Joe before October 18, when he will register the whole group. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for Youth Leaders
A goal of 3:6Teen is building up leaders for the Church. A way through which that is done is by having leadership positions for you in which you can give of yourself for your peers by using your gifts and talents that God has given you. If you feel so called to be a youth leader, please pray, print out the form below and fill it out. It'll be great to have you!
Looking for Adult Volunteers
The youth minister can't do the job all on his own! He needs the grace of God. Often though, God graces a person with help through other people. If you feel God is calling you to be an adult volunteer for the youth of HYPE and/or 3:6Teen, please fill out the form below to assist in the mission of bringing youth closer to Christ.
Young Examples of Saintly Living
You are never too young to start living as a saint! Holiness is not dependent on age. Read up here on different people who lived lives that, though short, were full of love and imitation of Jesus. They show how, in any life circumstance, we can choose to give ourselves to Christ and others. These persons include someone who used his computer knowledge to tell people about Jesus (Blessed Carlo Acutis), an adventurous and politically involved young man (Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati), a woman who exemplified mercy (St. Maria Goretti), and a woman who lived a saintly life in her seemingly simple life (St. Therese of Lisieux).