American Heritage Girls
American Heritage Girls is a Christ-centered non-profit character development youth ministry program for girls ages 5-18, dedicated to its mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community, and country. AHG programming focuses on six program emphases: Life Skill Enhancement, Girl leadership, Teamwork, Character Development, Social Development and Spiritual Development .
The cost to join AHG is $26 for national membership, $20 for troop dues, plus the cost of the uniform and badge book. For families with more than three girls there is a cap on AHG registration at $60. Several parents also become a registered adult member which is $26. All leaders have taken Protecting God’s Children, have the AHG child safety training. KEYS and AHG background check. The cost varies from returning girls depending on if the girls leveled up and/or need a new uniform. The badge book is bought once and used for the rest of their AHG career.
The Facts for American Heritage Girls in the Catholic Church
A Catholic AHG Troop operates under the auspices and authority of its Chartering Organization (i.e.: parish), molding the ministry according to the Roman Catholic Church teachings & traditions. Catholic AHG Troops are encouraged to celebrate the fullness of the faith, while equipping girls with leadership skills, teamwork, and character development to live their faith. The AHG National Catholic Committee supports existing members who are part of a Catholic AHG Troop, as well as the Catholic AHG members not in a Catholic AHG Troop, ensuring that all Catholic AHG members are growing in their faith.
Epiphany CCD registration for the 2017-2018 school year begins on August 21, 2017.
Pick up your registration packet in the parish office (Mon.-Fri. 8:30a-3:30p), or at the CCD booth in the parish hall on Fellowship weekend August 26-27.
- 1 child - $150
- 2 children - $250
- 3 or more children - +$50 for each additional student
There are no sacramental fees for Confirmation or First Communion
All classes are held at Epiphany School.
For questions, please contact our CCD coordinator, Mary Ellen Kiley.
High School Youth Ministry
Starting August 27th, Teen Connect (TC) nights are every Sunday beginning with the 5:30PM Mass followed by dinner at the old convent. We will then have a large group presentation based on Matthew Kelly’s Decision Point book followed by small group discussion, ending at 8pm.
4:12 The area youth ministries are all collaborating to have large monthly gatherings for all the youth in the Bloomington/Normal area. These are the 4:12 events. The name refers to Timothy 4:12. “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.”
Upcoming Retreats and Trips
Watch for upcoming retreats and trips.
To stay posted on upcoming events, follow Epiphany Student Ministries on Instagram and Twitter @Epyouthministry. You can also sign up for our youth ministry newsletter!
For more information, contact Sheldon and Kristen Bane (volunteer coordinators) @ firstname.lastname@example.org