The purpose of the Young Adult Group (YAG) at FPCL is to create a space for young adults in the community to build meaningful connections with the foundation of a shared faith. In addition to regular weekly gatherings YAG hosts a variety of events throughout the year encouraging participants to get to know each other as well as offer service opportunities.


Who is a Young Adult?
There is a wide age range for Young Adult Ministries and YAG is geared towards roughly mid 20s through mid 40s, and those that find themselves in transitional points in life (i.e. out of college, before kids, young kids, entering the work force, developing a career, etc.)

When and Where?
Meets at Tap 25 (25 S Livermore Ave.) on Sunday Nights at 7:00pm

How to Get More Information
For more information and how to get involved contact Tanner Roberts tanner@fpcl.us

Young Adult Group Mission Statement

The Young Adult Group of First Presbyterian Church Livermore exists for the following purposes.

Connection: creating a time and place for young adults in the community to connect and bond over shared faith. In many ways, the members of our group function as a microcosm of Christian young adult community in Livermore. We want to offer a way for Livermore’s young people of faith to discover and connect to each other.
Relationship: deepening bonds between members of the group and the church at large. We want to see genuine friendships form among those who are a part of our program. We also want to encourage our members to integrate with the larger community of First Presbyterian Church.
Spiritual growth: sharing and learning from each other as we explore deep questions of faith that are relevant to where we are, as individuals and as a community. We want to be a community that honestly engages with our faith and challenges our members to grow as a spiritual body together.


  • Connection: Our group meets weekly at 7pm on Sunday at Tap 25.
  • Relationship: We host a variety of events that give participants the chance to get to know one another. We also want to encourage our members to participate in volunteer activities with the church at large.
  • Spiritual growth: We want to host monthly dinners that give folks the chance to dive deep on theology.