Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 1:23 PM
Weekend and Weekday Masses have resumed. Masks are required and social distancing guidelines are in place. Please call the office at 856-468-1314 if you have any questions.

Youth Ministry



We are committed to walking beside you as you grow your children in the Faith. 

Spend some time on our page to learn how to get involved!


Middle school youth---check your email and join our virtual ZOOM meetings EVERY FRIDAY 7-8:30pm. 






Back by popular demand!

Join our youth ministry in providing homemade casseroles to feed our veterans, homeless, and friends at Ronald McDonald House (Camden).  Drop off trays of ziti or chicken/vegetable cassseroles Saturday, June 20th 11am to the Kernan Center. Our caravan of volunteers will deliver them immediately. Please have your casserole baked and warmed ready to serve, and write on foil what your casserole is. No pork items please.  If you cannot bake or cook this time, we will also accept donations of fresh fruits or desserts.

Prayer to Address the Sin of Racism


We pray for healing to address
The persistent sin of racism
Which rejects the full humanity
Of some of your children,
And the talents and potential You have given.

We pray for the grace to recognize
The systems that do not support
The dignity of every person,
That do not promote respect
For those who are seen as other,
Who bear the legacy of centuries
Of discrimination, fear, and violence.

We pray for graced structures
So children of color in Flint, and all children,
Have access to clean water and health care.

We pray for graced structures
So children of color in Mississippi, and all children,
Have quality education that will allow them to develop their gifts.

We pray for graced structures
So children of color in Camden, and all children,
Have homes where families can live in dignity and security.

We pray for graced structures
So children of color in Chicago, and all children,
Can grow up without fear, without the sound of gunshots.
Lord of all, we ask you to hear and answer our prayers.
Give us eyes to see how the past
Has shaped the complex present,
And to perceive how we must create
A new way forward,
With a new sense of community
That embraces and celebrates
The rich diversity of all,
That helps us live out your call to reject
The sin of racism, the stain of hate,
And to seek a compassionate solidarity
Supported by Your grace and Your love. 

We ask this through Christ, Our Lord. Amen.

Source: http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/human-life-and-dignity/racism/prayer-to-address-the-sin-of-racism.cfm

Is your young person hurting?


Our teens can find themselves in the midst of depression very quickly. Without our teachers, guidance counselors, and coaches seeing them every day, their problems can feel bigger and more oppressive.

Please check out this suicide trend alert by the Center for Parent and Youth Understanding.

It might just save your child's life.

CLICK HERE to access The Crisis of Happiness, a talk by Jim Owens about hurting, addictions and healing.

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Incarnation Youth Ministry Mission Statement 

We are focused on growing disciples who will grow other disciples. We gather. We witness. We nurture. We proclaim. We serve.


Our Staff:

Jennifer Drees

Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry 



Tom Walheim

Assistant Youth Minister



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