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Young Adults

Connect with a community of young adults—single and married—as we do life together. We have multiple opportunities for Bible study each week and gather regularly for service projects and social activities.

Young Adult 1 consists of single and married young adults in their 20s and 30s. This group meets in room 317 of the Adams building at 10:00 for Sunday Morning Bible Study.

Young Adult 2 consists of married young adults in their 20s, 30s, and 40s, most of whom have children. This group currently meets in room 315 of the Adams building at 10:00 for Sunday Morning Bible Study.

Sunday Mornings

  • Young Adult 1

    Location: Adams 317

    Leader: Stacey Getz, Josh Hall, Funmi Ojetayo, Laura Summerlin

  • Young Adult 2

    Location: Duval 303

    Leader: Seth Ablordeppey, Nate Adams, Matt Bouck, Lea Marshall

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Meal and More

Get to know other women of all ages and stages at FBCTLH. Meal & More is a way to gather in small groups and participate in three months of “life” together. The first month, your small group will meet for a meal. The second month, your group will share an adventure together. The third month, you’ll carry out a service project of your group’s choosing. It’s real life — a meal and more! The third cycle begins in September. Sign up today by visiting

For more information, contact Joy Stein (x131).


Truth matters. In a world where ideas have profound consequences—personally and globally—we seek a reason to believe that can stand the test of reality…and our everyday lives. Come together with other young adults (singles and marrieds; 20s, 30s, and early 40s) for a weekly Bible study that meets you where you are on your faith journey.

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Week at a Glance

sun9:00 am
Traditional Worship Service
sun10:00 am
Sunday Morning YA Bible Study
sun11:15 am
Contemporary Worship Service
wed6:00 pm
Adult Bible Study
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