Youth

Young people are best helped by a set of faith development opportunities which integrates their faith with everyday experience.

Rozlyn Kelly - Youth Ministry Coordinator

“Hi, I’m Roz. Some of my favourite pastimes are going to the movies, spending a day at the beach, playing and watching most sports, and enjoying time with my family.”

For more information about Roz.

Five Fast Facts:

  1. Favourite colour – Purple
  2. Favourite ice-cream – Any, but a preference for any with chocolate!
  3. Favourite place – Assisi, Italy
  4. Favourite sport or activity – AFL (a proud Carlton supporter here!)
  5. Favourite thing about yourself – I always give my best.

Youth Led Mass

We would love you to join us for our Youth Led Masses. Feel free to bring along your friends. All youth and young adults are invited to attend and serve in the ministries of the Mass. 

Junior Youth Group

The Junior Youth Group is a space for young people in years 5 to 7 to learn more about their faith in an encouraging and fun environment.

Through five focus areas: prayer, sacraments, social justice, community and catechesis, the group aims to empower each young person to live as a disciple of Jesus Christ in today’s world and become active participants in the life of the Parish community. Watch this space for more details.

Senior Youth Group

All young people in years 8 – 12 are invited to be part of the Senior Youth Group. The group meets once a month to share friendship, faith and fun.

Check KBCC Facebook page for all the up-to-date information about the Senior Youth Group.

Young Adults

If you’ve finished school and are looking for a community and place to serve, please contact Roz.

Other initiatives within the Archdiocese

  • Catholic Collective connects high schoolers and young adults (18-30) with Catholic youth initiatives in the Archdiocese.
  • Ignite Youth offers a range of events and resources that help connect young people in their faith journey. Ignite Youth also runs Ignite Conference. Ignite Conference 2018 will be held in September. The Conference draws more than 1000 participants from around the country and is a national Catholic youth conference for adults, students, kids, ministry leaders, teachers, priests and religious.

Get in touch with KBCC Youth

Kedron Brook Catholic Community

23 Lovedale Street, Wilston QLD

Parish Office

Good Samaritan Parish

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St. Columba’s

170 Kedron Brook Road, Wilston (enter via 23 Lovedale St)

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St. Carthage’s

115 Beaconsfield Terrace, Gordon Park

St John the Baptist Parish

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St John the Baptist

133 South Pine Road, Enoggera

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Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception

18 Halle Street, Everton Park