Young Adults (18 – 24 yrs)

The young adult years can be an exciting time of personal growth and spiritual maturity. They can also be confusing, stressful and challenging. Leaving home, meeting new people, navigating the workplace, exposure to new ideas – all of these experiences will shape us as people and as followers of Jesus. Thankfully, we don’t have to journey alone.

Retreats + Small groups + Mission Trips

Young Adult Small Groups

Joining a small group is one of the best ways to get connected beyond a weekend service. There are several different small groups open to young adults! Listed here are a few for your specific age group. See Full List of Small Group Options

Campus Group 1

This is a co-ed group that meets on the York campus to study the Bible and support one another.
Non-students (18-24 yrs) are welcome to join too!
Wednesdays @ 5:30-7pm
Contact our office for exact location

Campus Group 2

This is a co-ed group that meets on the York campus to study the Bible and support one another.
Non-students (18-24 yrs) are welcome to join too!
Fridays @ 2:30-4pm
Contact our office for exact location

Guys’ Basketball Group

This is a group where young men play basketball and study the Bible together.
Fridays @ 8 - 10pm
Brookview Middle School
(beside the church)

Campus

Welcome Students!
We're just a short walk away from York University and Seneca @ York campus. It's about a 10 minute walk from Calumet and there are multiple buses that go between our church and York.

Want a ride to church? Give us a call during the week to be added to our bus pick up list.

Campus Club
We also have an official club on campus! It's called Deedz: Urban Outreach Movement. It provides students with opportunities to serve in various urban contexts such as tutoring youth in the Jane-Finch community, visiting homeless and street-involved people in downtown Toronto, and travelling to Detroit and Haiti on mission trips.

“Faith, school, work – life is a journey. It’s nice to know that we don’t have to figure it all out on our own.”