The greatest surge of freedom a person experiences is begins at age 18 and lasts for a decade or so - the young adult years. Our young adult ministry exists to support and offer guidance to those who are traversing this challenging/freeing/difficult/supercharged time of life. We believe that the only way to properly traverse these years of questions and decisions is to do it with Jesus right by your side.

For those 18-29, we have Common Ground, a community of young adults that seeks to make a difference by serving God’s purposes faithfully in this generation. We do this through our home groups, our main Tuesday night meeting, yearly retreat, missions (Kenya and Guatemala), trips, and fellowship. If you are looking for a place to grow in your relationship with God, somewhere to become family and belong, then look no further.

For those 25-34, Cultivate is a monthly meeting geared to provide similar support but geared for people who are in a slightly different season of life.

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Common Ground

Common Ground is our young adult/college ministry comprising of people between the ages of 18 and 29. We meet Tuesday nights at 7pm in a coffee house atmosphere, featuring a live worship band playing contemporary Christian music. Each week a speaker presents a scripture-based message that is relevant for today’s culture

Tuesdays in the Youth Auditorium
6:30pm Free Coffee
7pm – 9pm Common Ground

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Common Ground Messages

Common Ground Playlist

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    Home Groups

     We have several awesome college-aged home groups designed to help you become part of a tight-knit community that studies God's word, worships Him, and walks through life together. Click "Find a Group" to learn more!

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    The Emmaus Project

    Looking to go deeper in discipleship?

    The Emmaus Project is a year-long Christian worldview and discipleship program designed to draw you closer to God, study His Word with greater depth, and to prepare you for a profound and intimate life with God. Click to learn more.