Mission of St. Charles Youth Ministry: The purpose of Youth Ministry is to create a space for middle school and high school youth to gather, have fun, grow in their faith, develop their understanding of the Church, and share their gifts and talents with others.  Every other year in November, high school youth have the opportunity to go to the National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) and Kansas City Youth Conference (KCYC) (on opposite years of NCYC). Each summer we host our annual service week in Kansas City, middle school and high school youth have the opportunity to go to Camp Savio (middle school), Camp Bosco (high school), and the Steubenville Conference (high school).  Regular events include, but are not limited to: youth nights, service days, off-site social events, and Northland Catholic youth gatherings.

CHALLENGE & CONQUEST Junior High Youth Group
6th to 8th Grade
Wednesdays, 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Room 206 (Youth Lounge)


9th to 12th Grade

To enroll, assist or become involved in the Youth Ministry, please contact the parish office at 816.436.0880 or fill out the form below:

Youth Group Registration Form



To support St. Charles Borromeo Youth Ministry Program, Donate here.



Volunteer Opportunities Available

We are always in need of volunteers to assist with a variety of Youth programs and events.  To volunteer, please complete the form below:




Are you a graduating from High School this May?  
Are you looking for ways to stay connected to your Catholic Faith in College? 
Get connected with a Newman center here.


Incoming 6th to incoming 9th grade
June 4-9, 2018


Incoming 10th to graduating 12th grade
June 19-23, 2018


Incoming 9th to graduating 12th grade
July 13-15 or July 20-22, 2018 Cost: $285



Mercy Week


6th grade and above

Local Summer Service Week

Are your or someone you know struggling with grief, stress, crisis or life's pressures? 
“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in
believing, so that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” ~ Romans 15:13
See Resources below:
Local School Counselors
Online Teen Grief Resources
Helping Teens and Adolescents in Crisis: A Pastoral Response, A Resource for Parents
Book Resources
A Young Person's Guide to Addiction

In memory of Nicholas Cesena
January 26, 1998-September 26, 2015