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Young Adults

Get Involved. Be Known. Make a Difference.

Posterity will serve him; future generations will be told about the Lord.

Psalm 22:30

Being a Young Adult today can be challenging and also exciting.  Redland Baptist Church offers a variety of Young Adult Activities in a casual and fun environment where Young Adults can connect with others while learning about Christ and how the Bible provides guidance for decisions and situations young adults are confronted with daily.

Try us out! Young Adult Sunday School called “Community” meets in the Recreation Outreach Center (ROC) on Sunday’s.  We also host a Thursday night Bible Study in the Youth House and several times a month, we hang out to play games in the ROC on Saturday night.  So, if you are college age, in your 20’s or 30’s, you are invited to get involved—be known—make a difference.

Here at Redland, we know firsthand that Young Adults bring vitality to a variety of ministries—they serve in Children’s Ministry; they lead worship on the Praise Team, sing in the Choir and play in the Orchestra; they participate in Mission Trips; they serve as Deacons; they mentor Youth; they are involved—they make a difference in the life of our church.  Be part of something bigger.

Community Meetings

Sundays 9:40pm-10:40pm

We look forward to meeting you!
Join us in the ROC on Sunday mornings for a Group Bible Study centered around topics that affect us the most.

Thursdays 6:30pm-9:30pm

Join us in the Youth House as we delve deeper into the gospel and how it applies to our daily lives. Studies change regularly. We look forward seeing you there!

Young Adult Bible Study

Community

Our Young Adult Community (college age and singles age 18-30’s), meets for Bible study and prayer on Thursdays, 6:30-9:00pm in the Youth House.
Join us for our study on Guardrails – Avoiding Regret in Your Life by Andy Stanley. In this six-session study, you will be challenged to stop flirting with disaster and establish some personal guardrails.