Dinner and bible for young adults
Monday Evenings: 6-8:30pm; May - August
Location: Young's Home; 12 Huntley Pl., Lancaster
Facilitators: Becky Young, Laurie Muscato, Carolina Jackson
Dinner and Bible, or DaB as it is often referred to, is for college and career age, single young adults who like to eat, hang out and play games, and think about what God has revealed in the Bible and how it affects our lives. Expect engaging discussions on the hard questions you often face at college or in the work place.
This group is designed to meet the needs and address the questions facing young adults both at work and school. Whether you're a long time believer or still unsure, this is the place for you to dig deeper and gather answers to the tough questions; the facilitators look forward to meeting you where you are at.
The group meets weekly on Monday evenings from mid-May through mid-August, when students tend to be home from college. There are also special events throughout the year including Honeoye Lake, 4th of July float building, camping trips and other peer-planned fun events. A Thanksgiving Eve Party and Christmas Eve Party are also organized around the holidays. From September through April young adults are encouraged to participate in biweekly small groups.
This summer's study is titled "But Why?".
It probably wouldn’t take you a lot of time to identify questions you would want to ask God, but would it surprise you to know that God has a few questions for us too.
This summer we will be looking at the questions God has for us and the questions we have of God. The very idea that God enters into dialogue with us through his Word is an astonishing truth. It separates Him from all the other false gods and makes him worthy of our praise.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call or text 716-698-0405. Stay connected with weekly reminders and updates on Facebook (search for DaB in groups), GroupMe and by text.