Young Adult Ministry

Young Adult Ministry
While we do not currently have an active young adult "group," all young adults are welcome and encouraged to participate in all aspects of parish life. If you are looking for specifically young adult gatherings, here are a few our young adult parishioners enjoy!


Join young adults (ages 18 to 35 years old) from around the Archdiocese of Detroit, for food, community, and engaging speakers on matters of faith. For the latest event information, be sure to check out the Detroit Catholic Young Adults Facebook page.

For more information, you can email, follow them on Twitter at @aodyacm and Instagram at @detcya, and connect with them on Facebook!


Tap Into Life is the Young Adult Ministry of the Solanus Casey Center. Join other young adults to learn more about Blessed Solanus Casey and what his life has to say to all the realities that young adults live through today. All age 18-34 are welcomed! Find out more at



The mission of Young Catholic Professionals is to encourage young adult professionals to Work in Witness for Christ and help driven, Catholic professionals in their 20s and 30s connect with one another and grow in their Catholic faith. To find out more about the Detroit chapter and their events, please visit


If you would like to organize a young adult outreach or event at St. Jane Frances de Chantal, please contact Debbie Mazur at or 586-977-8080 x. 107.



Debbie Mazur

Christian Service & Adult Formation Coordinator 

(586) 977-8080, ext. 107
This is the webpage for the young adult ministry on the AOD website

Facebook group:  Detroit Catholic Young Adults
Various young adult groups and ministries in the Archdiocese will post information on upcoming events and opportunities for young adults on the group wall

Twitter:  Detroit Catholic Young Adults or @aodyacm 
Currently used to promote the young adult events sponsored by the Archdiocese and to share other inspirational or educational content for Catholic young adults




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