Mission

St. Joseph Youth Ministry encourages the youth to encounter Jesus Christ and His Church unceasingly. We holdfast to His teachings, foster a Christ-centered community, and seek participation in the sacraments and prayer. We follow the example of St. Joseph, our patron saint, finding our home in the family of Christ.


Our Youth Minister

PJ PIERCE

PJ is our Youth Minister here at St. Joseph's. He plans fun and engaging weekly middle-school and high-school activities throughout the year.

Originally from the "Golden State," he was born and raised in Bakersfield, CA. PJ recently graduated from Franciscan University of Steubenville studying Theology and was involved in music and youth ministry. Since graduating, he wishes to continue his efforts to serve the youth of our community so they might seek, encounter, and love Christ. PJ cannot wait to meet our whole parish-family and call the great rocky state of Colorado "home."

PJ can be reached at paulp@stjoegold.org


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High School Youth Ministry

Our High School Youth Ministry meets Sundays after the 11:00 am Mass (about 12:30 pm) during in the Youth Group Room in the Education Center. Middle schoolers and high schoolers will be meeting together over the summer. Please check the calendar, since sometimes we meet on a different day for special activities like hikes, bonfires, and lock-ins.


Middle School Youth Group

Our Middle School Youth Group is for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. Middle schoolers and high schoolers will be meeting together over the summer. Please see the Youth Activities event list below for dates.


5th Grade and Younger

Currently, youth in 5th grade and younger are part of our Religious Education program. Please click here to learn more.


2017 Steubenville Youth Conference

A group of our high schoolers attended the Steubenville of the Rockies Youth Conference this June! If you are interested in the upcoming Steubenville Conference, please contact PJ for more information.


Other Youth programs


Youth Activities