TwentySomethings

LIFE IS NOT A SPECTATOR SPORT...

Life is an adventure. We’re not looking for safe. We’re looking for courageous. Our purpose in life is not to avoid the battle, it’s to engage it. You’re going to fight a fight one way or the other, so you might as well fight the good fight. We want you to become culture creators, not culture consumers; to be proactive, not reactive; to lead the leaders, influence the influencers, shape the shapers, and move the movers.

Your twenties are the most important decade in determining the trajectory of your life, where your most strategic friendships and connections are formed. Relationships that help determine the direction and quality of your life. This is generally when you finish school, start your career, become financially independent, get married, and start a family. We want to help you navigate these turning points and make wise decisions so that your twenties are a season of preparation instead of regret.

At Highpoint we want to see you mature, fulfill your potential, and embrace this season of life. This is likely the first time you’re not under parental or school authority, and you’re learning to become your own leader. At the same time, it’s important to understand the value of living under the authority of the local church and embrace a life that’s sold out for God. Our TwentySomethings ministry serves to connect you with community and take you deeper in your relationship with Christ.

 


WANT MORE?

 

Want More? is a stripped-down worship and teaching environment especially for you. We're inviting all TwentySomethings to join us for a 6-week series taught by Chris Conlee on De-Weirding the Holy Spirit. From this environment, we want to help you develop friendships and connect with five friends.

Invite your friends, and mark your calendars for the following Tuesdays: May 2 // May 9                                                                                                                   


SMALL GROUPS + SOCIAL EVENTS

 

Email us for more information about small groups and our next social event.

 

       

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