Looking for Young Adult Ministry opportunities in the Diocese of Gary?

Diocese of Gary

Social media accounts to help connect young adults throughout the Diocese of Gary.

Social Media

The Diocese of Gary has a Facebook page to connect young adults. Programs of interest to YA’s are posted there regularly.


Queen of All Saints

Faith, food, drinks, friends

Young Adult Ministry

Faith, food, drinks, friends. Open to all in their 20s & 30s. Come participate in this vibrant ministry!

St. Mary, Crown Point

Young People - Young Adults Ministry

Young Adult Ministry

Our Young Adult Ministry is for young adults (ages 21 – 39).

St. Michael, Schererville

Theology on Tap open to Young Adults

Young Adult Ministry

Young adults, ages 21-39 are invited to participate in Theology on Tap events throughout the year. Find more information on their parish’s website.

Holy Name, Cedar Lake

Parish Life and Service

Young Adult Ministry

Learn how you can connect with other young adults and parish life at Holy Name. Email Matt for more information by clicking the link.

St. Teresa of Avila

Welcome! You belong here.

Young Adult Ministry

St. T’s ministers to Valparaiso University students and other local college students. They also have a growing ministry for young adults out of college. Learn more at their website.

St. Thomas More

You are welcomed here!

Young Adult Ministry

St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Munster, IN is proud and so very excited to begin this new faith journey with our fellow young adults! Join us! We’d love to have you!

Theology on TAP

Serving the finest in speakers, conversation, and faith!

Diocese of Gary

Theology on Tap is a casual forum where friends gather to discuss topics relevant to young adults, from a faith perspective.

Every month or so, we send out an email with activities and events for young adults. Click below to sign up to receive updates in your inbox.

Join our email list!

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This is open to all young adults college-aged, 20’s, 30’s



A number of parishes have included young adults in their Synod action plans, and others would also like to better engage young adults in the life of their parish.

In an ongoing desire to assist our parishes and better equip them to respond to the needs of young adult Catholics—single, married, college-aged, 20’s and 30’s—we asked representatives of the Diocesan Council on Young Adult Evangelization (then called the Bishop’s Council on Young Adult Evangelization) to participate in facilitated discussion sessions in recent months. The results of the conversations have been summarized below in two documents:

Feedback from reps on key young adult ministry-related questions

Feedback from reps on obstacles to YA engagement and suggestions for overcoming them.