St Barnabas' Young Adults

 

Recent Goings-on

 There's been quite a bit on recently. Most notably we've started gathering together for a potluck meal before our evening service once a fortnight - because who doesn't need to eat! Contact the office 3517064 or check out our Facebook page for more details!

Recently some of the St Barnabas young adults headed over to Akaroa  for a retreat. Below are a couple of photos of what we got up to.

Photo credit: Rena Hamilton

Photo credit: Nigel Yeoh

Welcome!

Kia ora e hoa! If you are a school leaver or student or worker in your twenties then you've come to the right place. There is a lot going on for young adults here at St Barnabas. If you would like to know more then have a read of this page or contact Rev. Mary Minson in the office on 351 7064.

Young Adult Groups

Sometimes we just want to dig deeper, find out more of what it means to be disciples that step out in faith! That’s something we encourage at St Barnabas and that's why a young adult small group could be the place for you... come along to hang out, eat, explore the Bible and see what it means to follow Jesus today.
Our young adult small groups are...
SYA This group for young adults meets every Tuesday 7pm in Fendalton.  
Life @ 91 This group meets every Monday at 7pm in Hilmorton. 
Both groups usually spend the night kicking around the disorientating emotional, theological and practical dimensions of entering young adulthood and we'll give you real deal helpful insights on how God can make your year awesome!

 

'Antioch' Contemporary Evening Service 

On Sunday nights at 7pm in the church hall we meet together to sing God’s praises, hear from Scripture and grow in Jesus, pray together and have time together over supper. This is Antioch, a contemporary Anglican service which is aimed at young adults, but open to anyone. Come with your questions, come with your burdens, come with your expectations (whether low or high), come as you are - but come expecting to engage with God and his people as we meet together and encourage one another.
We alternate weekly between communion and he karakia e te pō, have guest speakers, and worship in a variety of different styles. Visitors are very welcome! Contact Rev. Harry Newton on 351 7064 for more info.

Photo credit: Harry Newton

Photo credit: Harry Newton