Contact:

Christine Sloat
sloatc@sage.edu


 
 

 Young Adults of Corpus Christi

Welcome to the Corpus Christi Young Adult Ministry!  We are a social group of young adults between the ages of 20 and 40 focused on growing together in faith, family, and service of community in Saratoga county.

We meet regularly at Corpus Christi Church in Round Lake, NY.  We hope you take some time to look around and see what our ministry is up to and we hope to see you at one of our events soon!

Blessings in Christ,

Young Adults of Corpus Christi


RECENT EVENTS:

Lent 2014 Living the Eucharist

Use the "Contact" tab at the top of the webpage to request information about the Young Adult Living the Eucharist Group that will meet weekly through Lent.




Click here to go to the Young Adults of Corpus Christi webpage




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Join a conversation with other young people about where faith and real life meet.

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We know you’re busy. If your community is like most parishes and campus ministries, resources are limited. Money is tight, staff is stretched, and adding new responsibilities to your job description is not a possibility. Unfortunately, outreach to young adults (20s and 30s) often gets short shrift at a time when – countless studieshave shown – ministry to young adults is needed more than ever. Perhaps you’ve been approached by young adults about starting a ministry. Maybe you’ve just seen a new young face in your assembly and realized you don’t have anything to invite them to. Or perhaps your parish has made a concerted effort to reach out to this missing demographic.

The fact is ministry to young adults is notoriously difficult because:

  • Young adults are still highly transient.
  • Competition for their time and attention is fierce.
  • They are not typically “joiners” of church groups.

These challenges are actually an invitation to conceive of Young Adult Ministry in a completely different light.