Young Adults

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There are lots of opportunities for service, worship, and fun times at St. Bart’s, not least with the Young Adults group! But what exactly is a young adult? What is our theme for 2022/23? The answers run together: Unsettledness. Contemporary young adulthood is defined by constant upheaval. We face changes in career, place, relationships, perspectives, and an awareness that our lives will continue to be driven by change, be it ecclesial, economic, or environmental. St. Bart’s Young Adults is a space where people can be in a state of upheaval in community. There will be several opportunities to meet this fall/early winter in ways both active and contemplative.

Tuesday Evening Prayer will now be at 6pm and will be specially geared to young adults exploring their faith in the Anglican tradition. We will also embark on an exploration of the Anglican plainchant tradition in the Canadian Psalter. There will be three opportunities this year for Young Adults to answer the question “What does it mean to be Unsettled?”

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Here’s our schedule for Fall/Winter 2022/23:

  • Tuesday, June 28th: Pub Night, House on Parliament, 8 – 11pm
  • Tuesday, September 27th: Evening Prayer & “Thoughtluck” (& Potluck) 6pm/7pm
  • Saturday, October 8th: Urban Hike, Leslie St. Spit, 8am
  • Tuesday, October 11th: Young Adults Evening Prayer with Meditation, 6pm
  • Tuesday, October 25th: Young Adults Evening Prayer with Meditation, 6pm
  • Tuesday, November 22nd: YA Evening Prayer w/ Meditation, St. Cecilia Potluck & Board Games, 6pm/7pm
  • Wednesday, December 21st: Decorating Party & Carolling, 11am-4pm
  • Friday, January 6th: “We Three Kings” Epiphany Potluck

Please feel free to invite anyone who may enjoy these events!

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If you are interested in connecting with St. Bart’s through any of these events or activities, or if you have any questions, you can contact Thomas McCallum at youngadults@stbartstoronto.ca.


Quotes

On a previous Quiet Day:
“The talks were amazing, and the time spent in Eucharistic adoration. I went into the day feeling quite tired and came out feeling very refreshed.”

On a previous Autumn Hike:
“I greatly enjoyed the hike: I am not a parishioner, but a friend of the parish, since my home church is S. Thomas’s. I appreciated the simple structure, leaving time for fellowship, but with time set aside for worship at the centre”

“The food was amazing and I really enjoyed singing Sext at lunch.”

“I loved our hike. It was a perfect day. I signed up because I’ve wanted to do it for a while, and this seemed the perfect opportunity. I enjoyed everyone’s company and appreciated the thought that went into organizing the day”


Please feel free to invite any fellow young adults who may enjoy these events!

Interested in connecting with St. Bart’s through these events or activities? Questions? Contact Thomas McCallum at youngadults@stbartstoronto.ca.

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Photos from an Autumn Hike