Holy Family Youth Ministry
Welcome to Holy Family’s Youth Ministry Program. This little guide is designed to convey basic information regarding our policies and procedures. Should you ever have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call Jenn Barlow in the Office of Youth Ministry at 336-778-0600, ext. 204.
The Religious Ed Handbook is posted here: 2022-2023 Religious Ed Handbook
If you have any questions regarding the handbook, please contact Jenn Barlow in the Office of Youth Ministry
Check the main page of this website or our social media platforms (Facebook: Holy Family Catholic Church – Clemmons or Holy Family Clemmons – LifeTeen & Instagram: @holy_family_youth for notification.)
If Sunday evening sessions are to be cancelled a decision will be made by 4PM of the day in question.
Code of Conduct
-Be punctual; late arrivals are often disruptive. Try to arrive a few minutes early if possible.
-During large group presentations, please raise your hand if you have a question or comment
-Once you enter the Family Center or Youth Building, you are expected to stay for the duration of the session. The youth ministry staff and volunteers assume responsibility for your safety. We take this task very seriously. If you must leave a session early, please provide us a note from a parent or guardian explaining the circumstance.
-Be cooperative and actively participate
-Please refrain from using your cell phone
-Be respectful when someone else is speaking or “has the floor”
-No public displays of affection
Typical Disciplinary Course of Action*
-If a youth is disruptive, a member of the youth ministry staff and another adult will pull the student aside for a private discussion and a warning.
-If the disruptive behavior continues, Deacon John Harrison, a member of the youth ministry staff and another adult will pull the student aside to explain expectations further.
-If the negative behavior continues, we will call your parent/guardian to discuss the matter.
*Depending on the severity of the rule breaking, appropriate action will be taken, which could result in a warning, a meeting with Deacon John, or a phone call home to parents.