Young Adults


If you're a young adult (age 18-35 years old) looking for a friendly and casual place to develop great friendships, explore your faith, and make a positive difference, we invite you to come and join us. 

Young Professionals 

The St. Paul’s Young Professionals group is a great, casual way to connect with other young adults who are at early stages in their careers. At our monthly gatherings, we explore ways to grow confidently in our work lives, learn how to conduct business ethically and with integrity, and we discuss ways that faith can inform our goals and practices.
 
As our group continues to expand, we hope you can join us on the last Thursday evening of each month - and feel free to bring a friend! Join our Facebook group to connect with other young professionals and stay informed on the latest events!
 
Upcoming Young Professionals Nights: January 31 - "Do's and Don'ts of Personal Branding"
 

Spirituality on Screen -Watch "Paul: Apostle of Christ" on January 10

What does ‘fulfillment’ look like for me?
What can I change about myself, and what do I simply need to accept?
How should people with differing worldviews interact with each other?
 
Come and explore the answers to these questions through the lens of popular films.
 
Spirituality on Screen is a fun night out, offering young adults a chance to hang out, watch a free movie with some snacks, and look at important current ideas through the lens of popular film. We'll explore ideas like human fulfilment, justice and peace (and how they are achieved), as well as spirituality and what role religion should play (or not play) in our lives.
 
Join us on January 10 to watch "Paul: Apostle of Christ" from 7-9 p.m. in Cody Hall.
Upcoming Spirituality on Screen: April 10 - Jesus of Montreal
 

Young Adults Gatherings

Upcoming Events:

February 14 at 7 PM: Anti-Valentine's Pub Night at Wasted Youth

March 14 at 7 PM: Bowling at Danforth Bowl

May 9 at 7 PM: Games Night at Snakes & Lattes (Annex Location)

June 13 at 7 PM: Restuarant Night (Location TBA)

 

Join a small group

Small groups set aside time from busy schedules to enter into a welcoming community, where you learn about faith through engaging the Bible together and praying with one another. It’s a place where you develop real friendships while you grow deeper in a relationship with Jesus.