the bridge Young Adults
A community where young adults can connect together and experience the love of God.
the bridge Young Adults
Creating a community where young adults connect together and experience the love of God.
Each Sunday we gather at 6:30pm in The Atrium to connect with new friends and familiar faces over coffee and snacks. It’s followed by a young adult gathering from 7:00pm-8:00pm, which ends off with us back at The Atrium or in the gym to hang out and drink more coffee (cause who doesn’t love coffee!?!). We invite you to come as you are every Sunday night.
2020 WINTER Schedule
Sunday Jan. 12 – YA.NIGHTS
Sunday Jan. 19 – YA.NIGHTS
Sunday Jan. 26 – YA.NIGHTS
Sunday Feb. 2 – YA.SUPER BOWL: Unionville Arms at 5:30pm
Sunday Feb. 9 – YA.NIGHTS
Sunday Feb. 16 – YA.NIGHTS
Sunday Feb. 23 – YA.NIGHTS
Sunday Mar. 1 – YA.NIGHTS
Saturday Mar. 7 – Fluid Young Adults Gathering
Sunday Mar. 8 – YA.NIGHTS
Sunday Mar. 15 – Suspended due to COVID-19
Sunday Mar. 22 -Suspended due to COVID-19
Sunday Mar. 29 -Suspended due to COVID-19
*UPDATE* YA.SPORTS has been suspended for the month of March due to COVID-19. Please check back for updates on when we will resume sports.
Are you looking to get in shape or meet some new people over a game of basketball or volleyball? Every Monday and Tuesday night we hold a sports drop-in program in our full court gym, catering to those that want to have some fun while getting their sweat on!
Monday @ 7:00pm
- Drop In Basketball
Tuesday @ 6:30pm
- Drop In Volleyball
- Pre-registration is mandatory for volleyball. Max 24 players. To register, please join our Facebook Group.
Once a month we host a bible study where we explore scripture in a more focused and intimate setting. This is an interactive opportunity for you to not only learn scripture on a deeper level but also to be equipped in studying the bible for yourself.
YA.BIBLESTUDY begins promptly at 7pm in the Loft and usually ends by 9pm. Feel free to bring a bible, journal and a pen but if you don’t have access to one, we will have them available for you!
This year we are studying The Letter to the Ephesians found in the New Testament. It was a letter penned by the Apostle Paul during his time in prison and its his hope that, through this letter, the church would come together in unity amongst all the diversity found there.
Thursday October 10, 2019 @ 7pm
Thursday November 7, 2019 @ 7pm
Thursday January 23, 2020 @ 7pm