College & Young Adults

College Dinner

Contact Dan at: dan.edwards@good-samaritan.org
Contact Katie at: katie@good-samaritan.org

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College Age: Open Table

Wednesday Evenings (September-May)
Every week at 6:30pm the college ministry meets for a family-style dinner. When the weather permits you can find us at the "Good Sam Commons," an outdoor meeting area in the parking lot at Church of the Good Samaritan off Cedar Hollow Rd. (across the street from the Wendy's). All those of college age are welcome! Feel free to join us for dinner even if you don’t attend on a Sunday. Also, bring a friend. There will be plenty to go around.

After dinner we will gather for a conversation about the intersection of life and spirituality. Our topics have been anything from art and culture to politics. Bring your questions and your doubts.

Church

Sunday Morning
Sunday morning church is our largest gathering of college students throughout the week. Good Sam has a variety of services that you can attend including Rite I at 7:30, Chapel at 9:00, and New Chapel at 11:00. We encourage students to try out a variety of different worship styles.

College ministry at the Church of the Good Samaritan is made possible through a partnership with the Coalition for Christian Outreach. The Coalition for Christian Outreach (CCO) partners with churches and organization with the goal of transforming college students to transform the world. As CCO staff, Dan and Katie have an intentional presence at Eastern University and West Chester University, although Good Sam is the home of college students from all kinds of different colleges and universities. 

Young Adult Camping Trip

Young Adults

Tuesday Nights
Every week at 7:30 the young adult (post college) group meets at the "Good Sam Commons," an outdoor meeting area in the parking lot at Church of the Good Samaritan off Cedar Hollow Rd. (across the street from the Wendy's). This is a space for you to spend time in fellowship with your peers. Often conversations turn to scripture and a discussion on a variety of topics centered around the intersection of life and spirituality.