We are the young adults of GWFCI; this is a diverse mix of college students, young professionals, married couples and much more, simply committed to growing and doing life together in Christ Jesus. The youth ministry is where most of our current Pastoral leadership grew from so join us as we discover what it means to be a lifelong follower of Jesus Christ and show love and hope to the world around us.


We love the word Engage! For some reason it evokes that feeling in you to get up out of your seat and do something . . . to be active, to get involved, to get moving!

Our desire is for Young Adults, ages 16 and up to be active in the pursuit of who God is, who they are, and how their lives can make an impact on their world and those around them. We all know that it starts with a decision to choose to get ENGAGED!! (And no, we are not talking about finding that special someone".although it has happened.) Rather, it is a decision to discover God, ourselves, and connect with others. We truly desire for you to engage in all that we have to offer at our churches. From our youth meetings where we get to have fun and meet some new people, study the Bible, form close relationships as we wrestle through life together, and lift one another up in prayer.

The Statement of Engage is for Young Adults!

(To Engage God, Engage Self, and Engage Others)

1. ENGAGE GOD: God created man and has been constantly pursuing him ever since. The Bible says "We love Him because He first loved us"(1 John 4:19). Or put it this way, "We Engage Him because He first Engaged us." There was nothing we did to earn this love and yet, "..God shows His love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us" (Romans 5:8).Out of this great love in what God did for us; we earnestly seek to Engage God in all of who He is!
2. ENGAGE SELF: At some point in our lives, everyone comes across the desire to discover who they are and most of those self-defining decisions are made between ages of 16-30. The questions of "Who am I?" and "What am I here for?" begins the process of Engaging Self. We strongly believe that the answers to those questions can be found as we Engage God through studying the Holy Bible. The more we Engage God; themore He reveals to us who we really are!
3. ENGAGE OTHER: When we Engage God and begin to discover who we really are, we find that God does not want us to live life in isolation, but rather in community. We strongly desire to Engage others so that everyone feels as though they arepart of the family of God and can share in the community. As we Engage God we also discover that we are to Engage others with the love of Christ so that in turn they may Engage God, Self, and Others!