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LTE Special Needs Youth  Group

LTE Special Needs Youth Group exists to provide a space where teens and young adults of all abilities feel welcomed, loved, included, and valued as members of our St. Brigid parish community and the universal Catholic Church. It's a place where we can grow in faith and friendship together. Everyone has a place here. 






Mondays 6:30-8:00pm in the LifeTeen room:
Sept: 12, 19
Oct: 3, 17, 24, 31
Nov: 7, 14, 28
Dec: 5, 12
Jan: 9, 23, 30
Feb: 6, 13, 27
Mar:6, 20, 27
April: 10, 17, 24

Silent Disco 2022

For more pics, check out our Google albums! 


Summer 2020

Ice Cream Deliveries

2020 Kickoff Carnival 

Silent Disco 2022

Summer Fun 2022

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2020 Bingo Night

Prayer Space Ideas

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Welcome to our home
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Bedroom altar
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Simple Space
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Our Blessed Mother
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Cozy corner
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Marble Surface



LTE is a safe place where our young adults come together to learn about their faith, have fellowship and make lasting friends. Our special needs community is taught in ways they are able to understand. Tricia continues to evaluate their needs and develop the program. Tricia, the volunteers and the teen mentors are hard working, caring people. We are blessed to have them all.

What do you like best about LTE?


LTE student

I like talking to my friends.


LTE student

I like the volunteers and to see my friends!


teen volunteer

Serving as an LTE volunteer is such a highlight of my week; the kids’ faces light up every time you talk to them, and their joy is contagious! I always look forward to it because I end up having such a great time each week. LTE shows that the Catholic Church truly welcomes everyone to come together and worship the Lord, and being able to partake in that is such a wonderful experience. 

Tricia Borah

Special Needs Youth Minister

"Our church is not fully alive unless each individual has the opportunity to participate in the community and the sacraments to the fullest extent of his or her abilities."

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