Young Adult Information
The Young Adult Commission represents Disciples young adults across the life of the church. We strive to build effective communication networks, offer awareness for advocacy opportunities, and encourage congregations to prepare young adults to lead our church.
"Founded in 1935 at the International Convention of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in San Antonio, Texas, DPF began with 75 dedicated individuals, and is now one of the largest independent but integrally related organizations within the denomination. It is also the oldest existing Peace Fellowship of any denomination in the United States.
The NBA initiates ministries designed to establish and grow partnerships with health and social service supporters and providers. 130 years ago, our founders in St. Louis gathered to pray and respond in locally relevant ways to help people in need in their community. Drawing upon this rich history, NBA continues to assist Disciples to join systemic justice work with direct care and action. How can we work with young adults today to recognize needs at their very doorsteps and live a life of faithful response?
The Global Mission Intern program invites you to challenge yourself in a one to three year international mission service opportunity. As you offer yourself in service, you will also learn more about yourself, your relationship with God, and your place in God’s world. You will build relationships that will change the way you look at the world. You will be a part of a growing group of young adults who have been transformed by these experiences and will provide you a new community on return. You will come back from your year in mission equipped to provide a global perspective on issues facing the church in our hurting world today.
Disciples Volunteering assists and enhances Disciples serving community, especially through the servant missions and ministries of congregations.
The Leadership Fellows Program seeks to cultivate and strengthen participants' potential for leadership through intentional focus on Christian community, societal transformation, global awareness and leadership engagement. Students entering undergraduate education may apply to the program, which includes a scholarship, annual retreat and an international cross-cultural experience.
IRTF accompanies, empowers and supports youth and young adults to become a new generation of leaders who act to bring about greater peace and justice in our world. Each year, IRTF conducts dozens of workshops in high school and college classrooms, as well as youth groups at local congregations. IRTF hosts high school and college interns each semester. IRTF works with young people to deepen their understanding of social justice and to take action to promote positive social change.
We are always looking for volunteers & interns to help facilitate programs, help with facility improvements, and supplement staff responsibilities at Christmount. Whether you're looking to help with a camp, sling a paintbrush, wash dishes, or greet guests as they check in, we have the right spot just for you! We also have short-term Internships available for those looking for a little something extra.