Young Adult Ministry
Who's a Young adult?
We tend to get the question, "Do I count as a young adult?" And that's a great question! Those who are post-high school age are often thought of as "young adults," but it extends past that! Our Young Adult Ministry includes post-high school age up to 35 years old (or those who feel like they're 35)! We recognize that this definition includes a large group of people in a bunch of different life stages, but we love coming together as one group! Whether you've just graduated from High School or you're married with two children and in your career, you are welcome to be a part of this group!
Our dream for this group is to be a place where we can grow together in life skills, in our spiritual lives, and in our social lives! Sometimes being a young adult is difficult, as we're defining who we are, determining our futures, or trying to find a place to call "home". We also want to be a place where our tough questions can be discussed, even if we don't always have an answer! If you have any questions about this ministry, please contact Pastor Jonathan Hopfer, our Young Adult Pastor!
Our next study will be on Kris Valloton's book, "The Supernatural Ways of Royalty". This study will focus on our royal heritage as King's kids. We will start this small group is on Thursdays. Join us at Jonathan and Megan's house at 7pm to join us in the conversation o what it means to be the King's kids. Please contact us for directions!
We also have a group meeting on Friday nights at the Broadway Key Bank parking lot at 5pm. This "Steezin For Jesus" group is for those who would like to longboard or walk around the river and want to connect with others. If the weather is bad, we will meet at the Villa Coffeehouse on 344 Park Ave. Please contact us for more information!
Let's be honest. We love to hang out together! It's one of the things that makes studying the Bible together and praying together even better! And sometimes we build those relationships through bowling, games, and personal pizzas!
Be sure to check out our Facebook group for more information! It's a great way to get connected to what's going on and to stay connected!