Mission Trip

This year, the Circle of Life Youth are attending the Catholic Heart Work Camp’s Mission Week in Wichita, KS from July 15-21, 2018. Registration is $375+transportation, food, etc. for a grand total registration of $500/person.

Click here for the 2018 Registration Packet

All forms and $100 deposits are due by Friday, March 23 @ 3pm.

Please mail forms and checks to St. Athanasius, c/o John Sohl, 5915 Outer Loop. Louisville, KY 40219. Write in the memo line of the check “CoL Mission Trip”. We have 10 spots for youth and 4 spots for adult chaperones available, so act fast!


Participants are required to help serve at group fundraising / community events such as:

  1. The Crescendo Talent Show – Fri-Sun, April 27-29, 2018
  2. St. Athanasius & St. Luke Picnics – June 8-9 (St. A) & June 15-16 (St. Luke)
  3. Vacation Bible School – June 18-22 @ St. Athanasius

Contact John Sohl: 502.428.6757 or circleoflifeyouth@gmail.com

CHWC’s Mission & Vision

To share the love of Christ as we serve the neglected, brokenhearted and the marginalized in any way needed. Equally, to inspire participants to live as disciples of Christ through serving others as a way of life; and to foster the Catholic Faith of each participant through the sacraments, prayer and involvement in social service.

Catholic HEART Workcamp is about SERVICE, CONNECTION and LOVING OTHERS. It all started in 1993 in Orlando, FL with 100 participants and has grown to over 13,000 serving in 2018. CHWC provides parish youth groups, teens and adult leaders service opportunities to restore homes and HEARTS, feed the hungry, lift the spirits of children, bring joy to the elderly and disabled and offer assistance while partnering with social agencies. Their aim is to provide nothing short of amazing Catholic Mission Trips! Each Workcamp is equipped with a summer staff, director, manager, musician, nurse and priests to celebrate Mass/confession.

It is a youth friendly Christ centered Week of caring for others. Catholic HEART Workcamp faithfully and enthusiastically serves the Roman Catholic Church and its teachings and is an excellent opportunity to “love the least of these”.


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