Northside Catholic Youth Ministry is blessed to provide in-person ministry for youth. We pray for all who have suffered because of Covid-19. In our return to in-person ministry, we aim to provide a safe space for youth to grow in community with each other and in their relationship with God. That said, there remains a risk to participating in in-person activities. Participants knowingly and voluntarily assume all risks associated with participation.

For those who are not comfortable participating in-person at this time, we respect that decision and want to serve you as best as we can. We have hosted virtual bible studies and virtual youth group in the past and would gladly offer those again if there is interest. Please reach out if that is something you would like us to provide.

We ask that families and youth self-screen before attending any in-person activities. See below for self-screening questions.


In order to provide a safe environment for all, please answer the following questions before attending any in-person youth ministry gatherings.

1. Does the youth have any of the following symptoms not related to a known cause?

✔ A cough

✔ Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

✔ A fever of 100.4°F or higher or a sense of having a fever

✔ A sore throat

✔ Chills

✔ New loss of taste or smell

✔ Muscle or body aches

✔ Nausea/vomiting/diarrhea

✔ Congestion/running nose – not related to seasonal allergies

✔ Unusual fatigue

2. Does anyone in the household have any of the above symptoms not related to a known cause?

3. Has the youth been in close contact with anyone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19?

4. Has the youth recently needed medication to reduce a fever?



If the answer to any of the questions above is “yes”, we ask that the youth does not attend any in-person ministry activities until all answers are "no".