We are college students and young adults each on our own faith journey. We gather together to extend grace, celebrate and encourage one another, navigate the stresses of life together, and ultimately deepen our relationships with Jesus. Join us Tuesday nights for incredible teachings on identity and Galatians, authentic time in small groups, and some sweet social and serving events.
We meet every Tuesday at 7pm at the Peninsula Covenant Church in the worship center Basement. This Winter and Spring will will be going through a series on identity and a series on the book of Galatians.
Network Events are designed to provide a fun and encouraging space to get to know others in the greater college & twenties community, as well as be a place where we can authentically worship God and grow in our relationship with Jesus.
NETWORK SMALL GROUPS
Small groups are the groups that meet weekly on Tuesday nights as part of our Network Events. We will have a message or experience about identity or Galatians and then split up into men’s, women’s or co-ed small groups. You will get the chance to meet with the same people each week to encourage and walk alongside one another. You can easily join a small group at any point.
Tuesdays @ 7pm in The Basement
(down outside stairs between worship center and children’s building, then right)
Jan.17 The Truth about our Identity Part I
Jan. 24 The Truth about our Identity Part II
Jan. 31 Worship Night
Feb. 07 Galatians: Overview with Gary Gaddini, Memorization Verse: Gal 5:1
Feb. 14 Valentine’s Party, Mem Verse: Gal 1:3-4
Feb. 21 Galatians: Grace, Mem Verse: Gal 2:20
Feb. 28 Service Project, Mem Verse: Gal 3:3
Mar. 07 Galatians with Kerry Vanderberg, Mem Verse: Gal 4:7
Mar. 14 St. Pat’s Day Experience, Mem Verse: Gal 4:8-9
Mar. 21 Galatians: Gospel Freedom, Mem Verse: Gal 5:1
Mar. 28 Galatians: True and Lasting Change, Mem Verses: Gal 5:22-23
Apr. 04 Social Event, Mem Verse: Gal 6:2
Apr. 11 Galatians: Freedom b/c of the Cross, Mem Verse: Gal 6:14
Apr. 18 Break
Apr. 25 Break
May 02 Identity: Old Self/New Self
May 09 Identity: Lies about identity and coping
May 16 Identity: Truths about identity and new action
May 23 Identity: Living out Identity
May 30 Break
June 6 Break
June 13 or 20 Kickoff
Luke Wilkerson, College & Twenties Pastor
Luke has been a part of PCC since 2002 and is married to his beautiful wife Aubri. Luke embraces the nuances of our postmodern and millennial culture and is driven to help young adults live authentically and thrive in faith and community. Luke also holds a masters degree from Fuller Theological Seminary and is a practicing Marriage and Family Therapist intern. His profession in psychology flavors his pastoral work.
Aubri Wilkerson, Small Group Leader
Aubri Wilkerson is a passionate young professional with a heart to see women know their self worth and strength. She co-leads our young professional women’s small group and works at Peninsula Covenant Church. She is always up for a coffee date and wants to get to know you by being a listening ear. Feel free to connect with her to meet up or find out about the the group.
Hannah Dawley, Small Group Leader
Hannah is a firm believer that growth happens in authentic community and desires to contribute to this kind of community within The Network and her women’s small group. She would love to get to know you more through life-giving conversations over good coffee. Feel free to contact her to meet up or learn more about the group.
Norm Bún, Small Group Leader
Norm is a man that highly values authenticity and accountability. His passion for living out his faith in an open and real way is quickly seen in his leadership and lifestyle. Norm is married to his lovely and talented wife Candice and they have a baby boy, Perí. He also serves as the Early Childhood Coordinator at PCC.
Steven Rozzi, Small Group Leader
Steven tries not to take himself too seriously while valuing authenticity. He is a deep thinker (especially when coffee or beer is involved) and part-time Dungeons & Dragons enthusiast. His passion is to live alongside spiritual folk as they engage deeply with their communities and the social issues of the day.
Caitlin Walter, Small Group Leader
Caitlin Walter is a young professional who desires to see others find their worth and identities in Christ alone. As an engineer working in a performance driven industry, she has a unique perspective on what it looks like to have a sincere faith alongside a fulfilling career. She enjoys listening to and learning people’s stories and would absolutely love to get to know you over a cup of fancy, over priced coffee. Feel free to contact her to meet up or learn more about her group.
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College & Twenties Pastor