The Young Adult Ministry provides a place to connect with a community of people who are also in their 20s and 30s. We invite you to join us as we ask tough questions, grow in our understanding of the person and work of Jesus, engage the Scriptures through in-depth teaching, love and serve our neighbors, and seek to glorify God with our lives. As we do this, we are blessed not only to strive together, but to participate in the multi-generational fellowship of the church family. We warmly invite you to these program opportunities:
Young Adults Class
- A weekly class that studies God’s word together. Our current series focuses on the Church Fathers. We will look at the formation of the early church through the lens of some of its leading characters.
- Sunday mornings at 11:00 a.m. in the Chapel
- Taught by Dr. Robert Norris
- A weekly class for college students. Our current series is entitled “James: Faith That Works.” In this short letter, James issues 59 commands in just over 108 verses, making it clear that real faith produces real fruit. James especially calls us to action in the areas of social justice, speech, and purity, as he warns against pride and extends God’s grace to the humble.
- Sunday mornings at 11:00 a.m., May 20 – July 29, in Room 102.
- Taught by Dave Frerichs
College Evening Study
- This in-depth study of the atonement could also be called “Big Theology Words and Why They Matter.” We will hold up Christ’s work like a diamond to examine its many facets. We will discuss the Scriptural ideas of substitution, expiation, propitiation, reconciliation, redemption, and Christ’s victory, taking time to draw out practical applications and to explore why each one of the Bible’s various images of atonement is so critical. For more information about this study.
- Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m., May 31 – July 26,
- Contact Seth Kreider for more information.