Welcome to YAF!
The Waterford YAF is a group is for people who are:
- working or in school,
- living at home or living on their own,
- partnered or single,
- questioning or certain of faith,
- social or introverted
We recognize that being a 20-something can be confusing and sometimes-very-lonely time of life. It means adulting for the first time while also navigating changing relationships with parents and caregivers. It is also often a time of exploration, study, and deconstruction.
Waterford has a number of adult “coaches” who plan and guide YAF activities and are available for anything from life questions, a shoulder to cry on, a good laugh, or for when your car breaks down and you need to borrow a tool.
Current YAF activities include:
2nd and 4th Sunday waffle brunch 11:00-3:00. Come and go as fits your schedule to Emily and Micah’s house. Let us know if you have dietary restrictions and we are happy to plan accordingly.
Monthly Socials: Once a month food and activities hosted by Greg and Judy.
Neurodivergent Support Group: This is open to anyone in our group who identifies as someone with autism, ADHD, Asperger’s, anxiety, depression, OCD, or any other neuro-spicy label. Join us for one hour of conversation and support about living in a world that was not created for our brains. This group meets 2nd Tuesdays at the church and is led by Emily and John.
Game Night: Third Wednesdays from 6:00-8:30 at church. Many young adults enjoy participating in the all-church-community-boardgame-and-haystack-potluck-night. Bring a favorite board game and a haystack topping to share. Hosted by Mark and Krista.
All Church Potlucks: Our young adults love a homecooked meal and look forward to first Sunday-potlucks. Come enjoy the delicacies of the Waterford community contributions! Come hungry and bring something to share
Email firstname.lastname@example.org (she/her) for more information about YAF activities