Peer Ministry

The Office of Mission and Formation relies on student involvement and leadership to facilitate its various programs in faith, justice, and service. Each peer minister is formed to be an intentional disciple of Jesus Christ.
Each year, the Office of Mission and Formation invites students to apply to become Peer Ministers through an application and interview process for participation in our Peer Ministry Classes.
The Peer Ministry Program at Belen Jesuit is composed of high school students trained to accept the role of spiritual leaders among the student body. They assist in the planning and execution of various liturgical activities throughout the year and lead retreats for each grade level. They are committed to building up the Body of Christ at Belen Jesuit in their formal roles as student servant ministers and informally by their good example in daily student life.
Students in this group go through a formative program in conjunction with the Peer Ministry Classes to develop skills as servant leaders in the area of peer & pastoral ministry; i.e., evangelization – faith witnessing, peer support and group facilitating. 

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    Br. Hunter D'Armond  , S.J. 

    Interim Dean of Mission and Formation
    (305) 223-8600
Peer Servant Leaders at Belen Jesuit hold the highest level of responsibility, from coordinating student faith-sharing experiences to peer immersion experiences in pastoral and service programs throughout our community, along with assisting in the development and coordination of Mission and Formation programs. Peer Ministers are expected to act as servant leaders and “Men For Others" as intentional disciples for Christ!
Love manifests itself more in deeds than in words."
 - Saint Ignatius of Loyola
500 SW 127th Avenue, Miami, FL 33184
phone: 305.223.8600 | fax: 305.227.2565 | email:
Belen Jesuit Preparatory School was founded in 1854 in Havana, Cuba by Queen Isabel II of Spain.  The task of educating students was assigned to the priests and brothers of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits), whose teaching tradition is synonymous with academic excellence and spiritual discipline.  In 1961, the new political regime of Cuba confiscated the School property and expelled the Jesuit faculty.  The School was re-established in Miami the same year, and over the next decade, continued to grow.  Today, Belen Jesuit sits on a 30-acre site in western Dade County, only minutes away from downtown Miami.