Young Adult Ministry
(def): ministry with persons ages 18-35
Single, married, college age, working, with and without children, on their own or living at home. Often this ministry happens at the gym, on FB, twitter, and even in a local congregation as adults explore their beliefs and wade into life. If the Disciples of Christ are a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world, then it will be this age group who give voice, hands, and finances to an emerging way of being a Christian and a member of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the 21st century.
The Young Adult Ministry Team is part of the Commission for Children, Youth, and Young Adult Ministries. This group began conversations and dreaming in the spring of 2011 about the future of YA Ministry here in Oklahoma. What is possible, probably, and what can we be doing together? Are you interested in helping shape and lead a weekend retreat, study trip, or mission experience? Would you like to connect to other DOC YA groups near you? Get connected to a local DOC congregation.
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Sept 1-8, 2018
This trip utilizes the International Affairs Seminar design to offer adults (21 and over) a study opportunity in Washington DC and New York City. Trip leaders: Jeff Champeau (FCC Norman), Rev. Courtney Richards (Harvard Ave CC Tulsa), and Rev. Brandon Johnson (FCC Lawton) will guide participants on this adventure in community and study on the topic of reconciliation. Trip participants can anticipate an educational experience, deep conversations, and time to experience two of our Nation’s cities. A complete itinerary is in process.
In Washington DC the trip will include:
- Smithsonian Museums
- Holocaust Museum
- “Sheer Madness” at the Kennedy Center
- Full-Day Classroom time on the study topic
- Capitol Tour
- Free Time to Explore DC
In New York the trip will include:
- 9/11 Museum & Memorial
- A Broadway Show
- Half-Day Classroom time on the study topic
- Free Time to Explore New York
When a cost is announced we anticipate two pricing structures:
- An inclusive rate that includes: air transportation, train transportation DC to NY, 3 dinner meals, hotel accommodations (single room for added fee), 2 shows, ground transportation, classroom time, and entrance fees.
- A standard rate that includes: hotel accommodations (single room for added fee), 3 dinner meals, train transportation DC to NY, 2 shows, ground transportation, classroom time, and entrance fees.
A preliminary itinerary and information flyer will be available Oct. 1, and we anticipate registration opening on December 1. For more information and questions contact Rev. Michael Davison.