20s & 30s was created for young people at Reach to experience real faith, friendship and fun.
If you’re anything like us, you’re used to your friends coming and going around here. In this transient region, it often feels like you’re starting over — and starting over alone. We’re exhausted trying to figure out who we are and where we’re going — all while trying to find our people. It seems like we’ll never not feel behind.
Amidst it all, it’s hard to care about following Jesus. At work and at home — the inadequacy, comparison, and anxiety all compete for our attention and distract us from what really matters. Culture is often dragging us away from exactly where Jesus wants us to go. How do we pursue real faith instead of settling for the bare minimum just to get by? What’s the point? Is it even worth it? In 2023, we need real faith and friendship more than ever.
So that’s what Reach 20s & 30s is going after: real fulfillment in Jesus, and real belonging with one another.
1st + 3rd Tuesdays — 7:00-9:00pm
1st Tuesday: Outings
3rd Tuesday: Gatherings
Faith — Consistent, bold pursuit of authentic love for Jesus.
Friendship — Like-minded Jesus-followers to walk through life and faith with.
Fun — Simple time spent together around food for joy and memories.
HELLO! If you’re reading this, I genuinely hope we get to meet! I get to currently express my love for God through serving young adults (20s & 30s), Reach Interns, and college students. THE DREAM.
I’m passionate about pastoring, teaching, writing, dreaming up ideas, equipping, and mobilizing people to get into the Scriptures and live on mission. I’ve led college students since 2014 while working for The INN college ministry (2017-2021), serving as a missionary on The World Race (2016-2017), and earning my Masters through my graduate studies at Seattle University (M.Ed in Student Development Administration, 2016). I started at Reach in July 2021, and I feel so honored to call this place home!
Other fun facts: I was born and raised in Orange County, CA, I have Celiac’s disease (gluten-free foodie!), I’m a proud Azusa Pacific University (’14) grad, and I love adventures (traveling, skiing, camping, hiking, + playing monopoly deal).