Young Adults at Bethesda
Bethesda Young Adults are a multi-cultural group who gather for community, celebrations and personal growth.
The term 'Young Adults' actually encompasses three core groups of individuals, Postsecondary Students, Graduate Students and Young Professionals. If we're being picky (which we are not usually) Young Adults most commonly refers to a group of individuals aged 18-30 years of age.
Bethesda YA provides the ability for everyone within this age bracket to find opportunities to connect and thrive while studying or working in the St. John's area. You'll see that we accomplish this through small groups, events & outings, YA cafes, Bible studies, and more.
The main thing, is you come as you are.
Memorial University Campus Sunday Bus
We know that attending postsecondary comes with a whole lot of difficult changes, so we provide a bus to and from Memorial Campus (stopping at the Chemistry Building and McPherson College at 11:00a) to help interested Young Adults attend the 11:15a service. The bus returns students to MUN at the conclusion of the service (approximately 12:40p).
Young Adults Small Groups
We provide small group opportunities specifically for young adults. If you are interested in being a part of a small group, contact our groups director Ralph Cann (firstname.lastname@example.org) or complete a small groups form.
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Young Adult Dinners
Our Young Adult dinners happen on a Sunday in September and again early in the New Year. These dinners are an opportunity to connect with other young adults, hear about upcoming opportunities and enjoy a delicious and free meal.