We are working to create a home by building peer communities in all of our parishes throughout the Archdiocese. To this end we have five goals that guide our work:
Provide a leadership formation program that recruits, forms, catechizes, energizes, and equips young adult leaders to form peer communities.
Create archdiocesan and parish environments where young adults are valued and invited.
Invite young adults into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.
Assist the diverse young adults of our archdiocese in discerning their mission in the world and integrating that mission into their work, family, and community life.
Maximize the potential of existing and emerging technologies to reach out to young adults and connect them to one another and the Church.
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ADSF YAM Communities
CALIFORNIA CHINESE CATHOLIC LIVING CAMP (CACCLC)
CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY
COLLEGE OF SAN MATEO CATHOLIC CLUB (CSMCC)
MOST HOLY REDEEMER
NEWMAN CLUB OF SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY
NOTRE DAME DES VICTOIRES
OUR LADY OF MT. CARMEL
ST. BENEDICT’S YOUNG ADULT GROUP AT CORPUS CHRISTI
ST. PETER/SAN PEDRO
ST. TERESA OF AVILA
STAR OF THE SEA
We are an authentic Catholic community all in our 20s to 40s. We enjoy prayer and adventure. Once a year the group goes overseas on pilgrimage. This past year we walked the Camino de Santiago. There are ongoing events such as a film series showing Vatican films every second Saturday of the month at 6:30 pm. Serving the only Latin Mass in the San Francisco Diocese, we are a diverse group.
Come join us at Holy Happy Hour! Tuesdays at 7 pm.
The Young Adult Catholics (YACs ) of St. Teresa was formed in the summer of 2018 to strengthen the community of young adult parishioners of Saint Teresa. YACs provides an inclusive platform for parishioners to share perspectives on Catholicism, ask difficult questions about their faith, support one another, and socialize outside of the church setting. YACs gets together on Sundays between 11:30am and 12:30pm in the Parish Hall. Come join us to meet people like you, who have questions about their faith, hope to learn more, and want to be part of a great community on Potrero Hill.
Contact us: [email protected]
St.Teresa de Avila church: http://stteresasf.org
We are the Young Adults at St. Raymond (Menlo Park). We glorify God through fun social events and come to know God better through friendships rooted in Christ. Some of us attend the Youth and Young Adult Mass on Sunday at 6pm and semi-regularly grab dinner afterwards. We also meet on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month from 7:30-9:00pm in the parish hall.
Please contact Michael Cheng [email protected] for more information.
We offer a wide range of opportunities for a diverse community in Saint Raphael parish and Marin County. We focus on exploring our faith through fellowship, service and communication. We offer both Spanish and English speaking groups. Our goal is to have fun while sharing our love for our faith.
St. Raphael Parish, 1104 Fifth Ave., San Rafael, CA 94901
The St. Peter’s Young Adults Group is a new group that caters to the Spanish speaking community. We serve ages 18 – 40. We’ll be meeting every other Friday at 7pm at St. Peter’s in San Francisco. The meetings will consist of a prayer – catechesis – social to:
1) Help the young adults separate themselves from the world spiritually and find some peace and quiet in order to speak with God.
2) Learn more about the faith and why we believe what the church professes while defending the faith and applying it to our daily lives.
3) Help the young adults to form long lasting relationships with others in the group and having Jesus at the center of it all.
Please take note that as the this group is located in the mission district, the majority of the group and sessions will be mainly in Spanish. We will try our best to be as bilingual as possible. All young adults are Welcome!
El Grupo de Jóvenes Adultos de San Pedro es un grupo nuevo que se dedicará a trabajar con la comunidad Latina entre las edades de 18 a 40. Nuestro grupo comenzará el viernes, 15 de agosto del 2014, a las 7PM y nos juntaremos en San Pedro cada 15 dias.
Las reuniones consistirán de oración, catequesis, y eventos sociales para:
1) ayudar a que los jóvenes adultos se despeguen del mundo, adquiriendo un sentido de paz y silencio, para así poder tener una comunicación con Dios.
2) aprender mas de nuestra fe; saber el porque creemos en las enseñanzas de la iglesia católica; saber como defender nuestra fe.
3) crear amistades sanas y duraderas entre los miembros del grupo.
Esperamos poder crear un ambiente acogedor para todos los jóvenes adultos. Tengan en cuenta que este grupo está localizado en el distrito de la Mission, por lo tanto, la mayoría de nuestras reuniones serán en español, pero trataremos de que sea lo mas bilingüe posible.
¡Todos son bienvenidos!
St. Peter/San Pedro Parish, 1266 Florida St., San Francisco CA 94110
We are a community of single and married Catholic adults in our 20s and 30s who come together to grow in faith and friendship through edification, fellowship, spirituality, and service. We’ve been around since 1989 and currently have over 400 active young adults in our community…not counting you once you come and check us out. Subscribe to our weekly email, the most comprehensive digest of what’s coming up; check out our calendar; and jump on our Facebook page to get even more plugged in. For everything else, get in touch with us at [email protected].
St. Dominic Parish, 2390 Bush St., San Francisco CA 94115
This San Francisco group is for any single or married young adults between the ages of 18-39. This is a Catholic young adult ministry but we welcome all young adults regardless of their faith. Our mission is to provide a safe and comfortable environment where young adults can openly share, learn, and/or experience their faith and spirituality. We encourage young adults to explore their faith and develop their spirituality by catering to the needs of each individual through faith sharing, social justice events, fellowships, sisterhoods, brotherhoods, and youth/young adult masses.
St. Andrew’s Young Adult Ministry came into being a few years ago when many of our members grew out of the youth ministry at our parish and wanted to start a group that would help us continue growing together in faith. Although many of us have known each other for years, we also love welcoming new members and having people join our community. In general, we have faith sharing meetings on the first and third Sundays of each month from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall in addition to one fellowship or community service event each month.
Examples of our past events include serving at the SF Food Bank, passing out sandwiches to those on the streets of San Francisco, singing karaoke together, and having a bonfire at Ocean Beach. Our faith sharing meetings focus on topics related to being a young adult and living out our faith in this world. At times we have guest speakers come in, including the pastors of our church.
We also sit together each Sunday at the 12:30 p.m. Mass and have young adults serve in the choir and as Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion and Lectors.
Please join us if you want to form friendships built on faith or if you just want a great place to discuss relevant topics!
Meet other young Catholics in their 20s and 30s! We have a Christian Life Community that meets on the first Thursday of each month for prayer, faith sharing and fellowship! We also have monthly drop-in gatherings for Young Adults looking to connect, recharge and build community. Check out our bulletin or contact Natalie Terry for details at [email protected].
St. Agnes Parish, 1025 Masonic Ave., San Francisco CA 94117
The Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church Young Adult Group welcomes all young adult men and women of our community, from 18 to 40 years of age, to come together to share and grow in Catholic faith and spirituality.
Through prayer and worship, faith formation and discussion, community service, outreach, and fellowship, we hope to strengthen and enliven our faithfulness and commitment as young adults to God and the Catholic Church, sharing God’s love and the Good News with one another and our communities.
Email us at: [email protected]
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish, 3 Oakdale Ave., Mill Valley CA
The Young Adults Group at Notre Dame des Victoires is active in parish life. In addition to gatherings twice a month to discuss Scripture and once a month for a social event, the young adults at church are involved in a variety of activities from volunteering in the community to spending time together in the spirit of friendship. Some young adults serve as Eucharistic Ministers at Mass while others spare time to decorate the Church for Christmas and Easter Seasons or to prepare dinner for special events in the parish hall. They give time to help the poor and go on retreats together to understand our shared faith better.
Although the Group meets regularly, it is informal in its character. We are always looking to see new faces and hear new ideas. If you would like additional information about the Group, please contact the rectory.
Notre Dame des Victoires Parish, 566 Bush St., San Francisco, CA 94108
Newman Catholic Club at SF state is a Catholic community where students can come together and grow in faith, ask questions, build friendships, and much more. We help balance school work, social life, and faith as we walk our own journey. Together with the Verbum Dei Community we plan on campus masses, social events, and scripture bites or talks. With the Verbum Dei we have been able to go to retreats and volunteer in our community. We share the desire that with these experiences we can build a world that can get us closer to Jesus in the Gospel.
Located in the Castro, we are a group of young adults in our 20s and 30s who come together to celebrate our faith in an inclusive community at Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. Our meetings revolve around various spiritual, social, vocational, and personal themes that pertain to our faith formation. We actively seek opportunities for spiritual growth through faith sharing, participation in the parish’s sacramental life and contributions to the greater Bay Area community. Together, we seek deeper understanding of our faith through community, spirituality, fellowship, and service. YA meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm. Please contact [email protected] for further questions.
Most Holy Redeemer Parish, 100 Diamond St., San Francisco, CA 94114
CSM Catholic Club is a club that aims to help members define, refine, and achieve their religious goals. Through discussion, prayer, games, and volunteering, Catholic Club will guide you to build community, learn about the word of God, and discover yourself.
Young Adult Ministry (YAM-e) works to foster the total personal and spiritual growth of each young adult in the parish by drawing them to responsible participation in the life, mission and work of the faith community. The group welcomes young adults between 18 and 40 years old of different backgrounds (college students, young professionals, married couples, starting parents, and many more) to join the ministry. Young adults participate in activities such as faith sharing, community service, choir, outdoor adventures, retreats, fundraisers, and more.
Our mission simply states, “To be inspired, be moved, and to grow in Christ together during a life-long journey of discovery, service, and love.”
For more information please visit our Facebook page or text/call Jose Yan, 530-219-4392.
Church of the Epiphany
827 Vienna St., San Francisco CA 94112
CALIFORNIA CHINESE CATHOLIC LIVING CAMP (CACCLC)California Chinese Catholic Living Camp (CACCLC) unifies Chinese Catholic young adults to learn about God and to live out God\’s Word, in full communion with God and His people.
CACCLC is an annual retreat organized and run by young Catholic adults who volunteer their time to make this possible. Help us spread the word. Tell your friends about the retreat and join our Facebook Group!
RECOGNIZE and EMPOWER youth and adults as full members of the church. PROMOTE and DEVELOP a spiritual environment for youth and young adults to reinforce and strengthen Christian values. BE WITNESSES in the group and proclaim The Good News.