Young Adult Ministry

Reaching out to young professionals, young families, and others in their 20s and 30s.

Young Adults at BPC

At BPC we are committed to connecting people in their mid-twenties to mid-thirties (single, married and those with families) to each other and the entire church community through mentoring, life groups, and special events in order to see spiritual transformation and growth.


Grab a bag of chips, your favorite guac, and come watch the game with your friends! We’ll watch a little football, eat a lot of snacks, and let the kiddos play! Childcare will be provided so the kids have fun activities to do while parents hang out. Please feel free to bring a snack, appetizer, or drink of your choice and we’ll provide pizza. Party starts at 3:00 — don’t be late if you want to see the kickoff! Please RSVP so we know how much pizza to order. We’ll see you there!

813 Whispering Winds Ln.

Questions? Contact Beth at 530-518-9050.








We want our young adult community to have multiple opportunities to connect with God and experience deep and meaningful worship through all of our worship services as well as other concert and worship opportunities.Our strategic service for reaching out to our young adults is the Bidwell One Thirty One service.  We also have a strong and growing community of young adults at our traditional and contemporary services.








We look forward to creating relationships with one another through a variety of events, gatherings, and opportunities that will bring together our young adult population.


Our young adults deeply desire to have a faith that impacts the world.  As a response, we work to provide a number of ways to serve through local service opportunities, Bidwell ministry leadership, and glocal mission partners.







We simply want our young adults to grow in their faith. We will be rolling out a number of ways to get people connecting with their faith and others. Small groups, triads, mentoring, Bible initiative classes and more will all provide different modes of connecting with their relationship with Christ.

From time to time, we meet up at Argus Bar + Grill to discuss some of the hard questions of life, so be thinking about what you might like to bring to the table. What are the issues or topics that we should be wrestling with as a community of faith? Perhaps we will come to a common understanding, perhaps we will have some lively debate as we consider how we reconcile scripture to our lives and world!