Our Young Adults Ministry, called Café, is for men and women in their 20s and 30s. Our vision is to connect them to God, the church, the community and each other. At the heart of Café are the 200+ people who meet weekly in small groups with a desire to grow as disciples of Jesus. There are plenty of opportunities to join in service together with our once a month Saturday service projects, monthly welcome dinner, social events, and large groups.
We are currently studying the book of Romans (a series that began 5/14). Paul wrote this letter to the Romans about 30 years after the world had changed forever. And about 25 years after his own world was turned upside down by the resurrected Jesus on the road to Damascus. The life, death and resurrection of Jesus took place on the far eastern side of the Roman Empire—in the quiet and back-country hills of Judea in Palestine; far away from the central power and importance and busyness—the Hub—of Rome.
In his 25 years of ministry, Paul wrestled with the same questions we do in ministry—and you do as a Christian— “What is the “good news” of Jesus Christ? Why do people need to hear it? How can they experience it? What will it mean for their future? And what does the good news have to do with everyday life?” And Paul answered these for the Roman Christians in this letter—and we now are the beneficiaries and recipients of this letter since we have similar challenges in our living the Christian life today. Join us on Tuesdays or Wednesdays!
Tuesday nights at 6:30 PM, starting with community time and worship followed by small group Bible studies at 7:15 PM. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Café Early20s (21–25)
Wednesday nights at 6:30 PM, starting with community time and worship followed by small group Bible studies at 7:15 PM. Email: email@example.com
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Large Group Fellowship
On the first Tuesday of every month, we gather for Large Group Fellowship—our contemporary worship service that addresses issues that are relevant to our needs and concerns as young adults in the Boston area. We’re a group that thrives on fellowship and having fun, and we try to create an atmosphere in which anyone can feel at home and learn more about their faith. Our social events range from weekend retreats to bike rides, ski trips and Red Sox games.
You can also get to know Café veterans and other newcomers at our monthly Welcome Dinners, which take place at 7 pm on the Friday following the monthly Tuesday night Large Group fellowship. Just meet us at the church and bring your T pass. We’ll take you to the house of a Café member and provide dinner. It’s a casual evening of food, fun and fellowship.
Service and Outreach
Another major component of Café is our service ministry. This is our opportunity to share the love and grace of God to our neighbors in Boston. Join our Care and Connect ministry on the third Saturday of every month at 8:30 am for service opportunities. We meet at the church and serve a variety of organizations like food pantries and homeless shelters. You’re also invited to stay for a free lunch at the church after our time of service together! If you have any talents in communications, hospitality, event planning or other areas, we also have plenty of opportunities for you to serve.
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John Chung, Minister of Missions & Minister to Young Adults
E: firstname.lastname@example.org | T: 617.523.3383, ext. 507