Young Adults

ABOUT

Alliance Young Adults (AYA) is our young adults' ministry for people ages 18-30. Transitioning into adulthood is a whirlwind, and so many of us are on different journeys. We exist to journey with people through life stages, challenges, and spiritual growth. Life is messy and confusing, but we know Jesus is our constant companion, so let’s create a community that always points each other to Him. 

Interested in checking out Alliance Young Adults?
Visit us in Hortonville on the first Sunday of each month, 6:00 - 8:15 p.m.

GATHER nights

Our gather nights take place at Alliance Church - Hortonville on the first Sunday of every month.  Join us at 6:00 for food, a Q&A style message, and a time of worship, connect with others and discover small groups. 

Seasons:

Winter Season: January - May
Summer Season: June - July
Fall Season: September - December

Small Groups

Groups are a great way to connect with community and dive deeper into God's word. Wherever you are at in your journey, we have a group for you! Click on the group you are interested in to join.

Small Groups:

Sunday:
Men's Sports Group:

Led by Pastor Josiah Lewis at Alliance Church Appleton

Monday:
Women's Small Group:

Led by Allie Jensen at Alliance Church Appleton

Tuesday:
Co-Ed Small Group:

Led by Jared Hann & Alec Robole in Little Chute

Wednesday:
Co-Ed Small Group:
 Led by Sal & Dawn Galante in Appleton

Women's Small Group:
Led by Calry Pfeifer in Appleton

Thursday:
Co-Ed Small Group:

Led by Tom & Paula Gonzalez in Appleton

Friday:
Co-Ed Small Group:

Led by Klay & Sara Heise in Hortonville

Camp Haven

Camp Haven is a weekend retreat, May 31st-June 2nd. It's designed for young adults, ages 18-30, to find rest, community, and renewal! 

Take a break from the pace of everyday life. Experience God through His Word and His creation. Combine the spectacular scenery, limestone bluffs, spacious bays, beautiful sunsets, great friends, and you have all you need to grow spiritually with fellow believers!  Join us to make memories that will last a lifetime!

Frequently Asked Questions

Does AYA accommodate people with special needs?

God made us for a relationship with Him and others. This includes our young adults with special needs. To find out if the Young Adults Special Needs Ministry would be a suitable fit, fill out this contact form.

How can I serve in AYA?

Join our serving team! You can still attend AYA as usual while having a few extra serving responsibilities during the night. Contact our AYA Volunteer Coordinator, Helena, at [email protected] to connect.

What does a typical AYA Gather Night look like?

Doors at our Hortonville location open at 6:00 p.m. to get checked in, grab some dinner, and connect with others. Q&A messages begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by a time of community & activities. The night wraps up around 8:15 p.m.

Special Needs

God made us for a relationship with Him and others. This includes our young adults with special needs. During Alliance Young Adults on Sunday nights, young adults with special needs are partnered with peers who attend Alliance Young Adults with them. The peer partnerships allow for young adults to be supported and to experience the environment at their level.

CONNECT

Follow Alliance Young Adults on social media for the latest updates, series info, and to stay connected.

STAFF

Rev. Tom Gonzalez

Rev. Tom Gonzalez

Associate Pastor
Josiah Lewis

Josiah Lewis

Associate Pastor of Student Ministries & Young Adults
Paula Gonzalez

Paula Gonzalez

Alliance Special Events Coordinator
Allie Jensen

Allie Jensen

Graphic Designer/AYA Social Media Content Specialist