The HCSC community has a Young Adult Ministry (YAM) for parishioners age 18 to 40ish. The purpose of YAM is to enrich the faith life of our young adult parishioners and to invite them to contribute to the larger parish community.
YOUNG ADULT BIBLE STUDY – every Tuesday at 8:00pm in the Rectory Basement meeting room (1357 East Capitol St., SE). Fellowship and learn about the bible with other young adults!
We love to hear from you! Tell us the types of activities and events that you would like to see at HCSC for young adults.
Archdiocesan Young Adult Ministry
The Archdiocese of Washington Office of Young Adult Ministry also hosts many social, spiritual and service opportunities for young adults throughout the year, including the Annual Young Adult Mass and Reception, Theology on Tap, Christ in the City, Seven Church Walk, etc. Stay connected to the most up to date news and events for DC Young Adult at Facebook.com/DCCatholic and on Twitter @DCCatholic.
Other Young Adult Resources
Are you spiritual but not religious? Looking for help with your spiritual journey? Join a conversation with other young people about where faith and real life meet on BustedHalo.com.
Busted Halo is a ministry & media outlet for young adults and powered by the Paulist Fathers. It reaches out to these “spiritual but not religious” young adults with a variety of media and ministry that helps them reconnect with faith and is proven to help them return to the community of the Church. Check Busted Halo out on facebook, twitter, youtube, pinterest and tumblr. You can also reach this via email at email@example.com. They offer:
- Online magazine for spiritual seekers
- Young adults writing about faith in culture, relationships, politics & more
- Engaging videos making the the sacraments & church teachings accessible
- Experts answering questions of faith
- Four weekly podcasts for young people on the go
- Tools for developing your personal spiritual life
- The Busted Halo Show w/Fr. Dave Dwyer – Mon-Sat – 7-10pm on SiriusXM ch. 129. Call 888-322-8564 with your questions of faith.
Nobody’s perfect, but we’re all on a journey of faith