St. John Chrysostom Parish is delighted to welcome Caroline Tamaccio as our new Youth Minister! "Miss Caroline," as our youth know her, is an eighth-grade catechist and Eucharistic Minister at St. Bernadette of Lourdes in Drexel Hill, where she lives with husband Jay and daughters Lila and Mia. Caroline has extensive professional experience working with children and teens, and she loves reading, gardening and meditation. Caroline is eager to bring her spirit, her faith and her passion for God, youth and service to St. John's.
Please keep Caroline and our youth in your prayers as they begin this exciting new chapter!
St. John's Youth Group welcomes all youth in grades 6 to 12 from any school.
What is Youth Group?
Our mission is to joyfully live out the call of the Gospel through fellowship, activities, trips, prayer and service in an effort to become the young men and women God created us to be.
Our youth strive to know the loving presence of Jesus and to share that love with those around them. We gather regularly for fun activities, service projects and opportunities to share our blessings, enjoy friendships, and show God's love and our faith in a hands-on way.
Highlights include the Stinson Towers Christmas Party in Chester; service activities in Chester and Coatesville; Operation Growl, a 24-hour Lenten project to raise money for the hungry; and a summer mission trip.
Keep up with our activities by joining our email list.
The Youth Group Registration Form is required for all members. Archdiocesan Consent Forms are required for all members under age 18.
Youth Group Registration Form
Archdiocesan Consent Form - Photo/Video Usage
Archdiocesan Consent Form - Electronic Cmms
610.874.3418 x 106
Seven of our parish youth, two chaperones and then-Youth Minister Julia White traveled to the Romero Center on July 6 in Camden, NJ, to begin a weeklong immersion experience known as the Urban Challenge Program. The pillars of the program are prayer, service, education and reflection. Our youth accepted the challenge and were transformed.
"Peace is generosity. It is right and it is duty."
Archbishop Oscar A. Romero (1917-80)