A Young Adult Group Led by Young Adults
Who: Those in their 20s & 30s. Single, married, with/without kids.
Day: Thursday, August 3, 2017
Time: 7 P.M. to 9 P.M.
Where: St. Aidan Church Building - Bixman Hall
Speaker: Caroline Dirkes
Topic: Going All In (Come & See Night)
RSVP: 734-425-5950, or email: email@example.com
We all long to be known, to be supported, to have an identity. Unfortunately, vibrant Catholic young adult communities are scarce, but their importance both to the individual and the parish cannot be understated. This type of community requires and produces disciples who have encountered Christ and eagerly accepted His call to go make more disciples. The young adults at St. Aidan are ready to go deeper, and that’s why we are excited to partner with i.d.9:16.
i.d.9:16 (www.id916.com) exists to form young adults into intentional disciples of Jesus Christ. The goal is to provide within the parish an environment of growth and formation that will empower and encourage them to become more active participants in parish life. The first step in developing this new ‘community of missionary disciples’ is the monthly Disciples’ Night. The first Thursday of every month, we will gather together for Evening Prayer, dinner, and a talk on what it means to be a disciple.
Feel free to come late, or leave early as your schedule requires. If you plan to eat dinner, be sure to pre-register by calling the office or e-mailing the team.
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