Please take the following Peer Ministry Team Application Quiz. You will be quizzed on your knowledge of the expectations and requirements of being on the PMT. The questions are taken from the "About PMT" information in the PMT Application. You must answer every question, and you must get them all correct in order to pass. But don't worry, you can always take the quiz again if you mess up!Good luck!
...do not have to attend PMT Meetings, Youth Group, or any other Youth Ministry events.
...may choose which commitment (PMT Meetings, Youth Group, etc.) you will temporarily opt out of.
...may temporarily opt out of PMT Meetings, but you must attend all Youth Group nights.
...must attend all PMT Meetings, but you may have decreased attendance at other Youth Ministry events such as Youth Group.
Once a week.
Once every two weeks.
Once a month.
1:15 PM - 3:15 PM during the school year, and from 3:15 PM - 5:15 PM during the summer.
3:15 PM - 5:15 PM during the school year, and from 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM during the summer.
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM during the school year, and from 3:15 PM - 5:15 PM during the summer.
Welcoming new and returning people to Youth Group.
Help clean up after Youth Group is over.
Leading small groups, when needed.
Stay after for a post-Youth Group debriefing and discussion.
Youth Group, Confirmation Retreats, and 7th Grade R.E. classes.
Youth Group, Confirmation Retreats, 7th Grade R.E. Family Nights, Junior High Socials, High School Socials, and Kyrios Retreats.
Confirmation Retreats, Kyrios Retreats, and Youth Ministry social events (like Paintball, Ski Trip, etc.).
Youth Group, Confirmation Retreats, and Kyrios Retreats.
Another Team member.
Another Team member, PMT Adult, or the Youth Minister.
The Youth Minister or PMT Adult.
At least a week ahead of time, but preferably longer.
At least a couple days ahead of time, but preferably longer.
At least one day ahead of time, but preferably longer.
At least an hour ahead of time, but preferably longer.
You must have total confidence in everything you do.
You must not make public anything that someone has shared with you in private, during a Youth Ministry event or retreat, or during prayer - unless you make sure that person never finds out that you told anyone.
You must not make public anything that someone has shared with you in private, during a Youth Ministry event or retreat, or during prayer - unless it presents an immediate and serious danger for that person or for someone else.
You must keep your PMT identity a secret like James Bond.
...notify the Youth Minister in person (i.e. face-to-face), and then notify the entire Team either in person or by writing a letter.
...notify the Youth Minister, and he/she will notify the entire Team.
...notify the Youth Minister and the entire Team by writing a letter.
Nothing should distract us or others from our purpose of ministry.
The PMT is held to a high standard of fashion and style.
Dressing immodestly burns our eyes.
Everyone is called to be a priest or a nun anyway.
Dating is sinful.
It can cause a distraction to others, it can be emotional and unpredictable, and it can bring about "drama" that interferes with the Team's ability to work together.
Girls rule and boys drool.
...to be toned down.
...okay as long as they aren't too obvious.
...to be completely invisible to others.
...simply stop coming to PMT meetings and Youth Ministry events.
...contact the Youth Minister so you can discuss the possibility of being more flexible with your commitment at that time due to personal circumstances or needs.
...decrease your commitment to your school work, since God is more important anyway.
...hide from the Youth Minister because he is big and scary.
Here's an interesting quiz for you.