YOUNG ADULTS



Thursday Night YA Group   

Thursday Nights

6:30pm | Gates open for BYO Dinner

7pm  | Worship and Bible Study


Are you between the ages of 18-30? Looking for community? Harbor Trinity's Young Adults (YA) Ministry aims to be a space for our young adults to grow in their faith and belong to a community of like-minded peers who encourage one-another in their faith. 


Every Thursday night, starting at 7pm, we gather for worship and Bible study upstairs in HTC's Youth Room. We incorporate a relevant bible study series that spark meaningful conversations as a group. Prior to all of this, the young adults are encouraged to meet to bring dinner to fellowship together. In addition, on the last Thursday of the month, we have a SOCIAL day that is themed (ie: movie nights, games nights, sushi nights, etc).


For more info, email our Young Adults Pastor at jamie@harbortrinity.org

UPCOMING EVENTS


YA Christmas Serve Day

Thursday, December 8th, Fullerton, CA

HTC Young Adults loves Operation Christmas Child and this year, we want to open opportunities to volunteer at the processing center for Operation Christmas Child!


Sign up is required. After registering below, you will additionally need fill out a waiver form from Operation Christmas Child sent via email!


Meet at HTC at 6pm

Done at HTC at 10pm

We all ride the Church Van together!


Can only come later? Meet us the processing center at 4200 Bonita Pl. Fullerton, CA. Please coordinate with Pastor Jamie or Maria.


REGISTER TODAY


Important Note:

Regarding dinner, vendors may be there (last year there was Chick-Fil-A) but please feel free to eat before OR bring your own dinner as well! We can also always do a late night dinner if we decide to!

RECENT EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

YA Fall Retreat 2022

What's not to love about fellowship in the mountains? This fall, our Young Adults ministry experienced an awesome weekend in Hume Lake making new friends and strengthening old ones! Check out our video below!

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REACH 2021 Catalina

First ever mission trip for our Young Adults group to Catalina Island. Check out our highlights for the 11 young adults that served a local church, the community and the city!

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RESET 2021 - The GAP Winter Retreat

For 21 young adults, it was high time for a RESET.


Over the last weekend of February, we ventured up to the mountains of Hume Lake (our favorite place), and worshipped, hiked and sled down icy slopes. We also learned the big idea of only God can RESET our life by giving us a new heart, grant us to REPENT of sins that oh so separates us from Him, and ultimately REST in what He's already done.

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MEET THE COMMITTEE


Here at the GAP, we believe that we are one in Christ with a vision to seek His honor, truth and community. Our leadership structure is peer-led where our own young adults lead different committees with different responsbilities, all for the same goal.

  • Jamie Flores

  • Young Adults Pastor


    Originally from: The Philippines

    Instagram: @heyjamieflores

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  • Charlie Flores

  • Co-head

    Shepherding Committee


    Originally from: United Kingdom

    Instagram: @charlotte.e.flores

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AND WE NEED YOU!

To grow in every way possible, we believe responsibility and leadership should be shared among a core group of individuals ready to take the GAP to the next level. There will be Three Committees that will usher the growth of GAP under the oversight and leadership of the Young Adults Pastor. The Three Committees are:

The Socials Committee

Led by Christian Villareal, the Social Committee's responsibility is to make socials fun for anyone attending, engaging to create community vibes and easy to invite new people for the socials at the end of each month. Likewise, members of this committee will be responsible for the social media of the GAP so that people can see what we do and be inclined to join.


The Services Committee
Mostly behind the scenes work, the Services Committee is led by Levi Horne, and is what makes GAP a great place to worship during the other Thursdays of the month. Responsible for our weekly Worship Services, as far as set up, tear down and the general atmosphere of our meetings. Additionally, the committee is responsible for any other service opportunities in and outside our group.

The Shepherding Committee
The heart and soul of the GAP, the Shepherding Committee is co-headed by Charlie Flores and David Neal and exists to demonstrate a heart for the flock of God. Primarily responsible for the shepherding within the GAP through prayer, support systems and even celebrating birthdays, the Shepherding Committee is also responsible for shepherding into the GAP by making sure anyone entering feels welcomed every meeting.


INTERESTED To JOIN a COMMITTEE?

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