Young Adults - "Koinonia"
"Koinonia" is a Greek word used often in the New Testament that means "community" or "intimate fellowship". As a group of young adults striving to live out our faith in Jackson, this is what we strive for--living in intimate fellowship with fellow believers, encouraging each other and pushing each other to live in the footsteps of Christ.
Anyone from the age of 18 to 39 is how we define "Young Adult" at PCJH. If you are in this age range, we invite you to connect with other young adults at PCJH through our various gatherings!
Koinonia on Wednesday Nights
Every Wednesday night young adults gather around three distinct fellowship opportunities. Please join us for any or all of these weekly events!
Community Dinner at 6:15pm
Worship at 7:00pm
Post Koinonia Hang Out 8:45pm
Dinner is served at 6:15pm in the Fellowship Hall. The food is often better than what you would find in most restaurants around town. On a typical Wednesday night there are about 150 people from all walks of life who gather to eat together around tables. It is a great chance to simply meet people and enjoy one another's company. Dinner is provided free of charge, but donations are appreciated.
Young adults gather for worship, music, prayer, bible study and discussion in the Matthew Room at 7:00pm.
Post Koinonia Hang Out
Every few Wednesday nights, a group of us migrate to popular spots in town (such as Sidewinders and the Snake River Brewery) after Koinonia. We hope that this can serve as an opportunity to continue forming friendships with each other, meet other young adults, and to serve as a light to the greater community of Jackson!