Young Adult @ Saint Paul's

Beyond the youth group experience but not quite setting up playdates for your kids, there's a period of life that still desires community, care, and challenge. The young adult ministry at Saint Paul's UMC seeks to make known the love of Christ in precisely these areas of life. All are welcome who seek to grow as individuals, in community, and by faith.

The “Young Adults @ Saint Paul’s” meet every Tuesday evening (7:00) at Red Eye Café to simply release some stress and be refreshed in community.  Come on by anytime to be with some great people who share in your life experiences too.

Wednesday evenings, 6:30 p.m., room 304 - Are some of the ways in which we give causing more harm than good?  Are there more "biblical" ways of giving than others?  What is the ultimate goal of giving to those in need and how can we best accomplish that?  Our next study utilizes Robert Lupton's book Toxic Charity: How Churches and Charities Hurt Those They Help (And How To Reverse It).  Come on out and be part of the conversation.


Break Bread (or whatever) Together!

Biblically speaking, a lot of important things happen over the dinner table.  That said, the Young Adults @ Saint Paul’s has decided to partake in the spiritual practice of, well, eating.  You (and your young adult friends, from the church or not) are invited to an extremely fun evening at Table 23 on Friday, November 10 at 7:00 p.m.  Come hungry - for fellowship and for amazing southern style cuisine.

Click here for directions. 


For any questions feel free to contact Pastor Matt Kern -

Of course we’re on Facebook! You’re invited to join the group page to keep up-to-date, to connect with one another, and to keep that sense of community going through your school and work week.

Click here to subscribe to the regular Young Adults @ Saint Paul’s e-newsletter!