The Diocese of Virginia Office of Christian Formation celebrates and supports our campus ministries for young adults.
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St. Mary's Arlington
"St. Mary's, Arlington has a 20s and 30s ministry made up of parishioners, friends and students who come together for fellowship in faith through monthly supper and book clubs as well as social outings and service opportunities. Newcomers are always welcome!" Check out their Facebook page.
Northern Virginia- Four Provinces
"Young adults from the northern Virginia area gather at the Four Provinces in Falls Church on the second and fourth Mondays of the month for fellowship and theological discussion." Join the Facebook group for more info.
Richmond - Grace & Holy Trinity
"Young adults (ages 21-40) from Grace & Holy Trinity, Richmond meet once a month for dinner and conversation. We are an engaging and active urban congregation offering worship in several styles. Our other programs include outreach opportunities within Richmond and internationally, Bible and spirituality study groups and the Episcopal Campus Ministry in Richmond. We usually meet at a restaurant and Grace and Holy Trinity pays for appetizers and each person buys their own drink(s). We would love to have you worship with us and join us for a young adult gathering." Visit us online at www.ghtc.org or on Facebook “Grace and Holy Trinity Church.”
WHO ARE THE YOUNGISH ADULTS?
Our youngish adults are St. Paul’s churchgoers in their 20s through 40s who get together and worship, fellowship, and share in community together. https://www.stpaulsrva.org/youngish-adult-ministry
Winchester - Christ Church
"Third Place, Winchester is the young adult group of Christ Church, Winchester that refers to that place which serves as an "anchor of community life that fosters and facilitates broader, more creative interaction" (Ray Oldenburg, The Great Good Place). Third Place gatherings are opportunities for graduate students, young professionals and 20-30 somethings can congregate to make new friends and build new relationships without the pressures of having to join a church or a group." Contact Melissa to find out more.