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Youth Ministry

We are a Catholic Community committed to journeying with young people through prayer, study and service.


Join Us for St. Edna’s First Annual ADVENTures of the Nativity of Our Lord!

Join us on Sunday, December 13 for the first ever drive-through, live enactment of Stations of the Nativity. Stay in the warmth and safety of your car, with the closeness of your loved ones, and drive to each tented station to learn a little something more of what Mary and Joseph experienced preparing the way of our Lord Jesus. Our cast of characters will be made up of children, teens, and families in the Religious Education and Youth Ministry ministries. Each station will be beautifully decorated to better help your family feel like you are actually there. A link to an MP3 recording will be made available for you to hear the story of each station as you view them. 

As you leave Bethlehem, St. Nicholas will be there to say HELLO and give your children a special treat and a family ornament to make at home. We are asking each family to return their decorated family ornament to hang on a designated tree outside on the St. Edna church campus.

This is an event you don’t want to miss! You may drive through anytime between 3:30pm and 5:00pm. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Heather Daudelin at or Danielle Pitzer at


Help us Decorate our Church OUTSIDE this Year!

We all know that 2020 has been nothing short of the oddest time in our lives ever so why would Christmas be any different? Due to the Covid restrictions, there are very few activities we are able to do safely these days, especially inside, and especially in the sanctuary of the church. But that will not stop us from celebrating the birth of Our Lord with you!!! This year we are concentrating our decorating efforts in the “natural” church just outside the walls of St. Edna parish. But we need your help. After the masses on December 12/13, volunteers will be on hand to pass out DIY ornaments for each parish family. Please take one home, decorate it as you like, and then place it on the clearly marked tree on the church campus to display for the Christmas season. We would like your ornament placed on the tree by December 24, Christmas Eve. So let’s celebrate Christmas and decorate our Parish Family Christmas tree for all to see, and reveal that Jesus is the Light in a world of darkness!

For more information on this program or any other of our Youth Ministry events, please contact Nancy Holpuch, Youth Minister at St. Edna Parish.