Calling All Young Adults!
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Young Adults Journeying Together
Young Adults is an active and lively community from all walks of life. Young Adults is a grassroots community. An all-inclusive congregation of egalitarian leaders, centered around providing relational service opportunities as well as a plethora of engaging activities. Our focus is on post-college to mid 30s, providing a place to grow in community and get connected with one another. If you have ideas and want to shape an aspect of a burgeoning community at UPC, come find us and get started.
We have a very active Facebook group where our feed and events listing will keep you up to date with the latest Young Adults is doing.
Events and Activities
Tuesday Nights at UPC
Tuesdays, 7pm, Knox Parlor (UPC meeting room across from the Sanctuary doors, first floor)
Join our weekly gathering for connecting with other young adults, worshiping together, sharing life (and a few laughs), and praying together. This gathering is made up of open discussions, guest speakers, pub nights, and summer BBQs. We also create opportunities to serve together in Seattle, connect in small groups, and enjoy lots of fun get-togethers beyond this weekly gathering. All are welcome.
Around the Table
Young Adults' Book Club, Around the Table, is the space for those who wish to dig deeper in a challenging literary circle and explore topics such as social justice, history, theology, and philosophy. Tablers meet a designated coffee shop the week before every first and third Sunday of the month.
The topics of these groups are entirely based on interests of our community. In the past we have covered books such as: Strength to Love by MLK, Letters from a Skeptic by Greg Boyd, Discernment by Henri Nouwen, Knowledge and Christian Belief by Alvin Plantinga, Zealot: the Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth by Reza Aslan, and the Cost of Discipleship by Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
Come join us, we love insightful and engaging perspectives. The only requirement is to come equipped with quotes from the book that you thought were interesting, perplexing, and wish investigate further.
UPC offers an enormous amount of opportunities for small groups, please check out the small group page for more information to connect with a small group.
We are engaged in relationships of service with organizations such as Urban Impact. We also come alongside UPC in their service opportunities and community activities as well. Join our Facebook group to get the latest service opportunities.
View our current events for young adults.Join our Facebook page