Young Adult Ministry

Young Adults (those in their 20s and 30s) face a unique phase of transition and self-discovery. Many are seeking connection in a community of substance, one that is based on faith in Jesus Christ. First Presbyterian provides opportunities for examination and to engaged with other people. We do so by providing programs, events, and a larger community that foster a sense of belonging and understanding. In a world that is often chaotic, FPC’s Young Adult Ministry seeks to welcome all who are looking for something different and sustaining.

To help with that, we provide opportunities to connect with each other and to a larger community where you can enjoy social activities, study, and service.

Want to get involved?

Below is a list of our current Bible studies and groups. We also offer quarterly social and service opportunities.

Young Adults on Wednesday

Wednesdays | 6:30 p.m. | Member Homes

This is an open study and social group for young adults (early 20s to mid-30s.)  Gatherings include guided and open discussion, reflection, and connection to one another.

Parents of Young Children Bible Study

Wednesdays | 8 p.m. | Zoom

A Bible study designed to work around the schedule and demands of parenthood. This group meets via Zoom after most children’s bedtimes. Topics include the study of scripture, open discussion of theological topics, and personal faith in parenting.

Presbyterian Women Circle 14

Occasional meetings | Times vary

Join in fellowship with women in their 20s and early 30s.

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