Our middle school EDGE youth group offers a variety of activities and themes to help our young people grow in their faith. We engage in games, small groups, talks, spiritual activities, and share our testimonies in order to help our young people grow in love of Christ and His Church.

EDGE meets on Tuesday evenings from 7:00-8:30pm in Moran Hall. All middle school teens are welcome and encouraged to join us!


Parents, please sign up to bring snacks for our EDGE nights here.


Check out some photos from our EDGE program:


Our middle school JUMP Saturday is a service project ministry that meets one Saturday a month to serve our community through a variety of in-house and local projects.

This is a parent-and-me program where parents get to serve along with their teens.

Following our service project, we eat lunch together as a community, then have fun at a social activity such as bowling, mini golf, etc.

Please check out the Faith Formation calendar or scroll down to our Sign Up Genius links to check out our monthly events.

Parents, all forms you will need to participate in JUMP Saturdays are linked below.


Registration forms for middle school programs are available for download:

Cover Letter for Edge & Jump Saturday
Cover Letter for Edge & Jump Saturday - Spanish


Nikki Murch, Youth Programs Director

Susy Cano, Faith Formation Admin Assistant

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Volunteer with EDGE


If you are in high school we need your help!

Consider joining our peer ministry team, a group of high school students who are active in their faith and give back to their community by volunteering as a EDGE peer minister. As a peer minister you get to be a part of a team who work really well together to run the EDGE youth group.

Peer ministers do all the planning and run the EDGE nights, they:

  • -Plan EDGE nights as a team
  • -Give talks and testimonies
  • -Lead small and large group discussions
  • -Lead games and activities
  • -Create slideshows and environment decorations for the night

Not to mention they are great role models for our middle school teens!

Will it fit into your schedule?

Peer ministers have planning meetings on Tuesday evenings from 6:00-7:00pm in the youth room which lead into our EDGE nights from 7:00-8:30pm.

Being a peer minister is not only a great way to get involved and give back to your community, but it also trains you for some real-world skills like public speaking, group leadership, teamwork, adaptability, interpersonal communication, event planning, and so many others. Not to mention it looks great on college and job applications.


Contact Nikki Murch, EDGE Coordinator at nmurch@srcdublin.org or 925-574-7410