Welcome to St. Giles Chaos!
Our Vision – Chaos ministries embraces the complexities of teen life and provides a place within our church to grow in love for oneself, others, and God.
Our Mission – Loving, serving, and worshiping amongst the Chaos.
Teen life can be one of the most difficult, but greatest times in a person’s life. However, life is far from perfect and certainly full of CHAOS. Join us as we dive into the chaos and explore who we are, who God is, and what that means for our place in the world. Join us for teen nights full of structured chaos! We are always looking to grow as a community where all are welcome!
We participate in a variety of events throughout the year!!!!
Come serve with us! – We are working on the service calendar for the fall and will post updates as we have them! 🙂
Join us for Hosanna & Homework! – Every Thursday, we meet at 7 pm on the church steps and join the larger St. Giles community for some time in adoration with the Blessed Sacrament until 7:30 pm then we head to McDonough Hall for some time to reflect, do homework, and munch on some snacks!
All events will also appear on the right hand side and you can see a more detailed description of each.
And that’s not all… we always allow room for the Holy Spirit, so you never know what we might be up to – prepare for the CHAOS.
To stay updated, check out our social media and / or email youth minister, Emily Davis, at email@example.com and get added to the email list!
Join us & embrace your CHAOS!
Eucharistic Adoration at St. Giles is held every Thursday from 7 to 8 pm in Church.
Pope Benedict XVI wrote, “Adoration outside of Mass prolongs and intensifies all that takes place during the liturgical celebration itself… and strengthens the social mission contained in the Eucharist, which seeks to break down… walls that separate us from one another.” The Pope links the practice of adoration with the mission of the Church in its work for social justice.
Each week, on Thursday at 7 pm, the Monstrance is on the main altar of St. Giles holding the presence of our Lord Jesus. As you come to worship Jesus during Eucharistic Adoration, you place yourself, your family, your parish and the world you live in with the Real Presence of God.
This is your time to receive the actual grace and mercy of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. You are personally invited to join your fellow parish members during this time of silence and prayer.