Adults and Young Adults

Adults and Young Adults at St. Jude’s

We meet regularly to socialize, study, and support each other’s spiritual journeys. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, some of our Adult programs are currently on hiatus, though many have changed to online-only. We welcome visitors to all our activities!

Adults and Young Adults at St. Jude’s (current programs)

Covenant Groups meet regularly for deeper personal study and relationships. The groups discuss the Bible, support one another on their spiritual journeys, pray for each other, and socialize. Many of these groups are now meeting via Zoom.

Young Adults meet monthly to build community over meals, games, documentaries and discussion, and more.

Sunday Bible Study: A lively gathering of adults reading, studying, and discussing books of the Bible with clergy. Our last bible study ended at the end of June, but look for the announcement of the next series here.

Special Seminars happen at various time. Our latest series was with John Buenz, former Rector of St. Jude’s on “Living in Difficult Times”. To watch the recordings of this series, click here.

Adults and Young Adults at St. Jude’s (on hiatus)

Sunday Community Forums: Held on scheduled Sunday mornings 9:15-10:15am in the Parish Hall, our community forums highlight a variety of topics. To listen to the most recent forum or older forums, click here.

Wednesday Book Group meets from 1-2pm to discuss (roughly) one book a month using critical and scholarly literature on Christian theology, scripture, and ecclesiology as a springboard for contemplation of their own faith. Brown bag lunch optional.

Library resources are available for lending, with select items offered in the Parish Hall and a full selection in the Farmhouse. Search our offerings here.

Parent Support Group meets Thursdays 10am-Noon in the Farmhouse. This group helps when you are “never alone but always alone.” Children are welcome.


20920 McClellan Road
Cupertino, CA 95014
(408) 252-4166

Youth group and Mentors having lunch together in 2017.

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