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Hey does anyone know any churches where alot of young adults go? Im new in town and want to make some christian friends. Not fussed over denomination..
Thought id give it a shot...as Ive tried searching everywhere on the net but nope.
I've sent you a PM Bbelle (just because I don't like giving out details about my "real" life on the net ;) ).
Isn't St Marys in the city, a big one for the young ones??? Last I heard it was. Have no idea anymore, stopped going to church a few years ago now!
Where abouts in the city?
Not to sure, but right in the heart of brisbane city.
It will be in the phone book under Catholic Churches.
Kenmore Baptist I think has lots of young adults. I dont go there, but have heard that.
Thanks so much guys! Ill check em out
God bless xo
I think you're right Becca, and I think Ashgrove Baptist does too - it certainly did the one time I went there :)
i've heard gateway baptist is good. i know a couple of ppl there, but not sure of all the details. i think it's on mt gravatt-capalaba road.
Our church, Rivercity at the Gap has heaps of young adults, as does Northside Christian Church at Everton Park:)
LOL Lucy, all those "young adults" at Ashgrove are now,um not soooooo young hehe!
Does that mean I'm not young either? :crying: :laughing:
LOL, well, yeah, I was going to say.....they are all OUR age now:eek:
I go to Bray Park Community Church on the north side. I love it there! We've got a great playgroup on Tuesday mornings, pretty big kids church, nice bunch of young adults too. Next to Genesis Christian College.
CITIPOINTE COC its a amazing church check out there website
You will just love this church there are 3 services everysunday loads of exciting guest speakers and home groups you will never be bored!
i've been going there 2 weeks now & i've met HEAPS of young ads. tho the church is HUGE (i prefer small, homely churches ;))
they have 2 young ads groups: 18s - 25s & 26s - 35s. tho i don't think they have all that many activities for them yet, they do have homegroups every wednesday night... & they hang around at the church's cafe after the sunday night service for a coffee, etc...
We recently went to what was essentially an open day at a non denominational church located at Kelvin Grove "hub" (sorry I can't remember the technical name - it's in the centre of the uni) called New Hope Brisbane. I've heard their pastor speak on the radio (family FM - I can't remember the tune in numbers) as well , and they seem to have lots of young people and young families. When I first moved to brisbane I went to the AOG at Mt Gravatt, and the Gateway Baptist, New Hope "seemed" the same. If I was to go each week I feel comfortable there, but unfortunately we just go Christmas, Easter and sometimes in between..
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