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
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Meetings are held on Tuesday nights from 7:30-8:30 p.m. in the WhereHouse
3rd: Holiday Tree Lighting Join us at the Aurora Municipal Center for their annual tree lighting and holiday celebration. Check your Flocknotes and the Facebook group for more information on carpooling and timing.
10th: Rosary Night In honor of the feasts of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Our Lady of Guadalupe we will be having a night on the rosary.
17th: Advent Party Join us in the WhereHouse for an Advent Party! Bring a treat to share, and a gift no more than $5 to exchange in a White Elephant game.
24th & 31st: No Meetings- Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
In the Month of January, we will be starting a new Scripture Study that will take us up to Lent. The study is Lectio: Philippians.
7th: Paul & The Philippians This night will focus on the early Church of Phillipi, the town’s first converts, and Paul’s reason for writing them.
8th: Partnership in the Gospel On this night, we will go through the circumstances of Paul’s house arrest in Rome, from which he writes his letter, and his relationship with the Philippians.
21st: Friendship in Christ We will continue our Scripture Study of Philippians, in which we will look at Paul’s re-contextualizing of the Greco-Roman understanding of friendship and citizenship, and how we are called to imitate Christ.
28th: Social: Ice Skating Join us at The Pond at Southlands for a night of skating, and possibly walking around Southlands for treats! Check your Flocknote or contact us directly for more information.
4th: The Mind of Christ We continue our Scripture Study of Philippians with Paul’s blueprint of how to live out a friendship with Christ.
11th: Imitatio Christi We are not called to strive after holiness in some abstract way, but to do so by imitating Christ—specifically in his sacrificial gift of self. It is a call to pour ourselves out as an offering to God, just as Jesus did on the Cross. Embracing this “loss of all things,” Paul tells us, is the only way to “gain Christ and be found in him” (Philippians 3:8-9).
18th: All Things in Christ Having described Christ’s self-offering and shown himself, Timothy, and Epaphroditus as examples of disciples who model the life of Christ, Paul now calls on the Philippians (and us) to model the life of Christ in their own lives. As St. Paul closes out his letter, we’ll see him reiterate the mindset that the Philippians will need to live out their heavenly citizenship and be true disciples of Christ in the midst of a pagan culture.
25th: Social: Mardi Gras Party Join us for a celebration of the last day of Ordinary Time before Lent! Masks optional. Check your Flocknotes for more information