First Thursday Each Month | 7 pm | A200
Join us for dinner and great discussion with other singles
For childcare email firstname.lastname@example.org
30’s Life Groups
Saturday at 7:15 pm | Room B202 | Brown/King
Sunday at 11 am | Room A105 | McDowell
PARTY @ THE POINTE
January 26-27 | During your Life Group | Lake Pointe Church
January 30 | 6-8 pm | Lake Pointe Church
SUPER BOWL PARTY
February 3 | 5-9 pm | Lake Pointe Church Rm W300
Thursday, Feb 7 | 7 pm | Room A200
Join us for dinner served at 7 pm, devotional at 7:30 and a small group discussion after. Childcare is available! Just email email@example.com by Wednesday at noon to reserve your child’s spot. If you can’t be at dinner you are encouraged to still join us at 7:30.
We offer the opportunity for young adults to build authentic relationships that share each other’s challenges and excitement. Community is about more than just affinity, it is about finding a place where you are known. That is why we have life groups that meet weekly, as well as a large gathering of all the life groups every Thursday.
Growth is becoming more like who God created us to be. By studying God’s Word together and talking about its implications for our daily lives we seek to encourage one another in growing closer to God and to the church. There are smaller groups within each life group called growth groups where you can be even further sharpened by friends.
We are passionate about offering the opportunity to learn and explore the great purpose for our lives. We do this by offering opportunities to lead and serve locally, nationally, and internationally. We do not have to have our whole lives figured out to have a huge impact on the world; we just have to be willing to serve a purpose bigger than ourselves.
MEET THE COLLEGE & YOUNG SINGLES PASTOR
When I returned home, after four years of honorable service in the Marine Corps, I had grown apart from all of my friends. I started going to church with my grandparents, but I would just sit in the service and then go to lunch with my family. Thankfully, my Grandmother knew I needed Christian community, so she pestered me about going to the college ministry until I relented. It was uncomfortable at first. I was afraid I would have nothing in common with the people in the ministry. I am so glad my Grandmother encouraged me to go. The people in that college group pushed me to discover my passion for ministry. I met my wife, Heather, in that group of friends, and now we have three children together. The challenges of leading in that community stoked my desire to learn and grow into my pursuit of a Master’s Degree in Ministry from Criswell College. It is because of the transformative impact of that college ministry that I now have such a passion for calling young adults into community, growth and purpose.