Youth Group


Youth in Grades 6 through 12 join in community through the principles of: Spiritual Growth, Belonging, and Justice. Across all programming, both reflective and fun, Youth Group brings middle and high schoolers together to cultivate vital relationships with one other, society, and God. The Journey to Adulthood curriculum is LGBTQA+ affirming and welcomes youth at all stages of questioning and faith. Youth Group provides unique opportunities for conversation, action, and fellowship that empower teens outside of their school environments. 

Program Year Overview

  • Special Events

    Our community goes beyond the Saint John’s walls. Whether it’s during Super Sundays, retreats, or service events, our programming enhances friendships and helps youth try new things. Mark the first Sunday of the month on your calendar for Super Sundays, when we do anything from bowling to ice skating to playing games. Keep an eye out on the website and in the Family Voice for special weekends and trips throughout the year.

  • Confirmation

    Saint John’s invites any high schoolers to participate in the sacrament of confirmation through a six-week course. This class aims to comprehensively teach youth about what it means to have an Episcopal identity in the modern world. 

    This class will take place every Sunday Afternoon between February 11 and March 30, 2024. Register here.

  • Resources

    Add our schedule to your Google Calendar here.

    For weekly updates on youth events, sign up for the Family Voice newsletter.

    Follow us on Instagram @sjcdenverfamilies.

    Questions? Reach out to our Youth Minister, Sarah Strand at


Upcoming Events for Youth

  1. 2 August

    All Parish Retreat

Registration for Youth Participants

Step 1 of 3

  • First and Last Name
  • Preferred Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Preferred Prounoun
  • School Grade (2022/2023)
  • Which school does participant attend? (2022/2023)
  • Participant Phone Number
  • Occasionally, our youth ministry staff will contact youth by text, with your number included on the text, to check in, share updates about programs, or ask to lunch, coffee, or tea. Do we have permission to text the youth's phone number?
  • All are welcome. Does the youth participant have special needs we should know about, so that we can provide the safest and most comfortable environment possible?
  • Is there anything else you would like us to know about the participant?
  • Please list any allergies, dietary restrictions, or medical needs your child has; if none, please write 'none'.