The College & Young Adult Ministry is a vibrant and growing community at North Avenue Presbyterian Church. This ministry invests in the lives of students and young adults in Atlanta with lively Bible studies happening throughout the week, service projects, seasonal retreats, mission trips, and community events. For more information, contact Rev. Jeff Meyers at or ext. 202 or check out the Young Adult Blog.


Our Young Adult Retreat has already happened this year, but stay tuned for more details for next year’s retreat.



College Ministry

Koinonia @ Georgia State Students meet for Bible study and pizza on Thursdays from noon to 1 p.m. in University Center, room 225 on the GSU campus. E-mail college ministry intern, Sam Yenn-Batah, at for more information.

Young Life College College students from the metro Atlanta area meet at Georgia Tech at 7 p.m. on Thursday nights for fellowship, discipleship, and leadership training. Contact college ministry intern, Carolyn Tye, for more info at

Westminster Christian Fellowship @ Ga Tech We partner with WCF to provide fellowship and ministry opportunities. Events include Tuesday night dinners, late lunch at a local restaurant on Wednesdays, and a meal for international students on Thursdays. For more info e-mail WCF Director Lance Crimm at

Developing Global Leaders (DGL) Join us on Sundays from August–May from 4:30-5:30 p.m. for leadership and discipleship training by Randy Eberhard. This group will also participate in weekly ministries around the city and summer mission trips. Interviews are still being conducted for the DGL program. E-mail Jeff Meyers at for more information.


Bible Studies

Sunday School meets at 10 a.m. on the fourth floor (Room 411) outside the Gym. Join us for teaching and discussion. Past topics have included Faith and Work, Theology and Art, Gospel of John, among others. Suggest an idea or get more information about the College & Young Adult Class, by contacting Jeff at

Tuesday Evenings @ 7:30 This Bible study meets in homes of participants (around the metro-Atlanta area). In addition to weekly Bible study, this group of young adults is also committed to serving together at least twice month in urban mission opportunities.

Wednesday Evenings @ 7 The group meets in Room 316 at 7 p.m. for Bible study—many of the young adults in this group volunteer together as a community on a regular basis as well. Feel free to come early for dinner at 6 p.m. ( $6) and is served in the fourth floor Dining Room.

Thursday Evenings a group meets at 7 p.m. every other week in different homes around the city. Email Jeff to find out where they are meeting this week.


Volunteer with the young adult mentoring program that aims to connect NAPC young adults with recent immigrant high school students that mutually build each other up. There are opportunities to be a regular mentor or to volunteer and host our monthly events (e.g. Thanksgiving dinner, career panel and discussion, southern etiquette class, etc.).

Jeff sends out a weekly email with up to date information about upcoming events, classes, and service opportunities (many of them not listed above). Email him to get on the list to receive the email.


Community Events

First Thursdays On the first Thursday of every month the ministry hosts a community event to meet and hangout with one another. Check out the upcoming events at the Young Adult Blog.