Young People’s Ministries, comprising dual emphases on Youth Ministry and Young Adult Ministries, strives to create connections in ministry and fellowship among members of each age-group so they can grow together in Christ, as they discover empowered, fulfilling lives grounded in faith.
We focus on faith formation, principled leadership development, mission engagement, communication, cooperation and advocacy. In the process, we seek to cultivate unconditional love, self-worth and peer support among young people, and to foster their social activism for peace and justice. We draw our inspiration and ideas from the diverse experiences of youth and of young adults who are active in their churches and communities. View and download Our Mission
Diana Esposito is a new intern working part-time with Young People’s Ministries Coordinator David Piltz until April 2016.
She is completing her field education requirements as a student at Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, pursuing a Master of Arts in Religion, specializing in Youth and Families. She is also a certified candidate pursuing ordination as a Deacon. Diana directs Christian Education at Ardmore UMC.
She will assist David in Young People’s Ministries and also in his work as part-time campus minister at Drexel University, her alma mater.
Wednesday, Dec. 2, 7 PM – 9 PM
Arch Street UMC (55 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107)
Want to make a difference in the world, but don’t know where to start? Curious about service opportunities for young adults? Come learn about the Global Mission Fellows program over Christmas cookies and hot chocolate!