20's & 30's Singles

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Young Adults Sunday Mornings

  • YA 1 (30+ thru 45) – 9:15, Collins Building, Lower Level, Room 5
    YA 2 (22 thru 30)
    – 10:45, Collins Building, Choral Hall


Travis Cook
Minister to Singles

The Park Cities Baptist Church Young Adult Ministry is a community of unmarried adults in their 20s and 30s that is learning how to follow Jesus every day. Like the larger body of believers at Park Cities, our efforts to pursue Christ on a daily basis revolve around four principle ideas.

Worship – Weekly

Our young adults worship together with the rest of the Park Cities crowd on Sunday mornings in five different services. We also participate in helping to lead worship by fulfilling roles as musicians, greeters, ushers, and choir members. (http://www.pcbc.org/worship)

Connect – Weekly

On Sunday mornings we also have Connect Groups where our young adults can get to know others in a similar life stage. These two Connect groups (times and locations listed above) are our primary hubs for getting involved in small groups, service projects, and our events and activities. This is also where we spend time discussing what Scripture teaches, and how God might be asking us to apply those same Scriptures to our everyday lives. One of the most important parts of these times together is the opportunity to grow together as a community and learn more about each other.

Serve – Regularly

Approximately once a month our young adults participate in serving our city and our world through various projects within our 1:8 Missions Initiative. These projects are usually focused on one of our long term missional partners (Vickery Community, Mercy Street Dallas), or one of our church members who just needs a helping hand that day. We are also active outside of Dallas. In 2014 our young adults took two separate mission trips to Guatemala and were a part of the Love Delhi trip to India.

Multiply – Lifestyle

Part of following Jesus everyday means telling other people about what he does in your life. This comes through spiritual conversations, mentoring, and our rapidly multiplying small groups known as GO Groups. The Young Adult ministry has gender specific small groups that meet regularly to talk about what God might be saying, how each person is going to respond, and who they're going to tell about what God's doing. This becomes a way of life for the people in our community who begin asking these questions every day.