Young Adults

Check out our Sunday morning Young Adult Gatherings. Pastor Sean will be teaching. 

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FAQ's

 

Who are you? What's the demographic like?

Good question. The "young adult" category is pretty broad, and sometimes gets used as a catch-all term to include the people that don't really know where they fit right now.

Yeah. We're alright with that.

We range from recent high school graduates to early-30somethings. We're in the stage of life in which we're trying to figure out what careers, passions, relationships, and faith look like on our own terms. 

We want to embrace the best of the legacy and traditions that were passed on to us from families, churches, and cultures... and we want a space to wrestle with them as well, so that we can become unique people with identities of our own. 

What do you do?

Since we're a pretty new group, we feel free to experiment. So far, we've gotten together for parties, for times of personal development and reflection, and food and fun around a fire pit. Most recently, we've been meeting at 10:30am on Sunday mornings for a Young Adult Sunday School. We want to learn and grow as a community, and this is working for us right now. We're going to keep this going for awhile, and you are invited to join us Sunday mornings at 10:30 in Rooms 10-11. 

We promise you coffee and donuts.

Is there a long-term plan?

Plan? No, not really. Goals? Definitely.

We want to become like family. 

We want to have people to celebrate the best parts of life with.

We want to have people that we can be radically honest with about the hardest sides of life... without judgement of the need to fix each other.

We want to be the kind of people who model a life of freedom, security, and identity in Christ, so that when others are around us, they feel like they're getting in touch with Jesus. 

I have kids. Most of you don't. Is this a good thing for families?

We love kids. But you're right, at this stage, there aren't many of them around. So if we're doing a fun event in the evening, bring them! We're a relational group, and really flexible, so we'd love to make it work. 

For Sunday mornings, Cross Roads has an amazing Children's Ministry. During our 10:30am gathering, you can feel free to leave your children in very safe hands.

I have some more questions. Who can I ask?

Sean Muldowney is the Associate Pastor here at Cross Roads, and he and his wife Jenn have spearheaded this ministry. He's still a young adult himself, so he kinda gets it. You can feel free to ask him any kind of question.

Stay tuned to this page, as well as our Facebook page, for more opportunities to connect, go deep, and celebrate life together.