Young Adults

Young Adults Learning Serving Fellowship

Want to find friends who understand the issues and challenges life is setting before you? Join men and women in our 20s and 30s as we navigate our faith and world. Whether you're single, married, new to Charlotte or a longtime Covenant member, this is your place to land.

Take part in social events, small groups, recreation or Bible study. Click here to read the most recent e-newsletter and join our mailing list. Follow us on Facebook here.

- Ian Clark
Pastoral Resident

Learning

  • Deep Dive Questions

    • Stay tuned
  • Small Groups
    • YA Women’s Group - Tuesday evenings 
      1st Tuesday and 3rd Tuesday at Amelia's on Park Road, 7-8 p.m. Join Eleanor Sojka, Ashley Holland, Ally Hunter and Sarah Lipsey for conversations and outings.

      YA Men’s Group  
      1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 7 to 8 p.m. Join John Lipsey and Austin Flynn for good conversation at Dilworth Grille and other nearby establishments.

      YA Women’s Group - Sunday evenings 
      Mostly women in our 20s and 30s who gather for friendship. Led by Jessica Patchett.

      YA Couple's Group
      We have multiple groups available for couples! Contact us if you are interested in getting involved

      The Path, Young Adult Women's Small Group
      Looking for, but not quite sure where to find, the best fit for fellowship with young adult women? Join us! 1st and 3rd Tuesdays in Parlor at 6:30 p.m. Led by: Ashlee Anderson and Robin Goodson. 

      Tuesday/Thursday Uptown Lunch Bible Study
      We’ll now offer the same study on Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon at Foundation for the Carolinas (220 North Tryon St.). Jessica Patchett and Ben Mallicote lead on Tuesdays. Jessica and Ian Clark lead on Thursdays. We’ll start with the book of Romans.

    • New In 2019!
      We will be launching a group for Engaged & Newlywed Couples. Are you interested in helping us to get started? Contact us to learn more!

Serving

  • Room in the Inn provides shelter to our neighbors experiencing homelessness during the Christmas season. Our church is one site which is providing food, shelter, and community. This is such an important opportunity to share Christ's love during the Christmas season.

  • Ministry Mornings: We periodically engage in small-scale (but high impact!) service projects on Saturday mornings. Contact us to hear more about upcoming opportunities!
 

Fellowship

  • Advent at CovenantFirst Sunday Brunch January: We'll meet in the Fellowship Hall following worship - or you can just meet us at the restaurant - stay tuned for details.

  • Young Adults Christmas Party: Tuesday, Dec. 18 at 6:45 p.m.
    All are welcome for food and drink at the Ferone house (2800 Wamath Drive).

  • Covenant Running Club: The Covenant Running Club is now open to walkers too and is operating on a revised winter schedule. The club meets on Thursday evenings at 6:20 p.m. Each gathering begins with prayer and an inspirational message, and concludes with an optional time of fellowship at Dilworth Neighborhood Grille. All ability levels and ages are welcome!

  • Winter Retreat: Our annual retreat, held Jan. 18-20 over MLK weekend, is a chance to grow in faith and friendships. We are planning to rent a cabin in the NC mountains.

 

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Many groups pause during the summer. Please email Sally Jackson in the Ed Wing to find out about our summer schedule.

Presbyterian Women is among the most active and longest standing organizations at Covenant. You can find a circle, or small group, most any weekday to enjoy Bible study, book discussions and fellowship. Covenant offers 16 Presbyterian Women circles to meet every need.

Weekday Lunch (Tuesday-Thursday, 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.)

Most weeks, we offer a nutritious and delicious lunch in our Fellowship Hall. Bring a friend or work colleague to enjoy good food and fellowship – open to all.

Lunch includes soup, salad bar, entree, side, dessert and drink for $7.