Welcome to Young Adult Ministries!
St. Michael’s Young Adult Group is a gathering of Catholic peers for authentic discussion and prayer. We welcome all Young Adults between the ages of 18 and 35, whether you are single and married, in college, out of college or already in the work force, to grow with us in faith.
We meet at St. Michael’s the Archangel Church, located at 19099 E. Floyd Ave., Aurora, CO 80013.
For more information, contact Amber at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit our Facebook page. Check the Facebook page for event details, or sign up for Flocknote for e-mail updates.
For specific events and studies the Young Adult Group can be split into two distinct groups to help better connect Young Adults with other Young Adult Catholics in the same life stage as themselves:
- College & Career
- Committed, Engaged & Married
To Follow Along with Our Bible Studies at Home, Log in to Formed!: https://formed.org
Meetings are held from 7:35-8:45 p.m. on the Stage in Syrianey Hall
6th: Prayer Night We will kicking off our regular programming with a prayer night in honor of the Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord.
15th: The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Instead of meeting on Tuesday this week, we will be going to the 7:15 p.m. mass together in honor of the solemnity.
20th: Imposing Morality We will begin our “Who Am I To Judge? Responding to Relativism with Logic and Love” series with Session One, focusing on the social climate that we find ourselves in today. Find our group on Formed to follow along online if you are unable to make meetings!
27th: Virtue & Friendship Session Two of our Relativism study will go into grounding oneself in personal growth and communities of virtue.
Due to the Parish Center being completed around this time, please be aware that locations and times may change. Please check your Flocknote or the Facebook group for the most up to date information.
3rd: Real Freedom, Real Love We will be looking at the difference between the secular definition of freedom and the true definition of freedom.
10th: Social TBD
17th: The Art of Living We will discuss the lost “art of living”, as well as how to find good mentors in order to help build yourself into the best version of yourself.
24th: Engaging Moral Relativism We will discuss how dialogue with those we disagree with has the goal of sharing healing and hope, rather than winning an argument, and how to have dialogue that is open, honest and respectful.