Spirit Day is designed to celebrate the Grade 7 students of our archdiocese and has grown tremendously since the inaugural event in February 2005. This event will get participants excited about receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation, and awaken the Holy Spirit in young and old alike. The day will include sessions, testimonies, games, music, skits, prayer, food, and Mass.
Spirit Day volunteers are an integral part of the program as team members serve as role models to the Grade 7 students. This fits so well into this year’s theme: “Greatest Commandment”. Here is your chance to show God’s LOVE IN ACTION!
General benefits of volunteering for Spirit Day:
- All volunteers will receive a volunteer t-shirt (and must wear the shirt during the event for identification purposes)
- Meals will be provided during the event (lunch, dinner, snacks on Saturday Nov. 3 and lunch, and snacks on Sunday, Nov. 4)
- An opportunity to attend Holy Mass celebrated by Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB
- Upon request, you will receive a letter of service
- An opportunity to meet new people, work with your friends as well as grow as a community of faith