Who is a “young adult”?


We define this loosely – participants might be in their 20’s, 30’s, or early 40’s. Some of us have children and some of us don’t. Singles, marrieds, and those in committed relationships are all welcome. You'll find young adults on the church council, welcoming visitors, singing and playing music, serving on committees, and actively contributing to the church and community.

Young Adults in Service




First Trinity’s Young Adults are members and friends who gather for fun, fellowship, learning, and service. Activities have included bowling, barbecues, informal parties, and volunteering. Young adults are active participants in First Trinity outreach activities including the Food Pantry, building with Habitat for Humanity, and volunteering with Lifeline Partnership. There are lots of opportunities to contribute!



The Young Adults are an important part of service projects such as trips to West Virginia in October 2007, rebuilding flood-damaged homes. In 2008 and 2011 many of First Trinity’s Young Adults took part in a Habitat for Humanity service trip to El Salvador. Locally, young adults serve breakfast to the homeless, resurface playgrounds, support Lifeline Partnership and Community Family Life Services and more!


If you would like more information, or to be placed on our email list, contact Young Adult Coordinator Katie Chatelaine-Samsen at ftdcyoungadults@gmail.com