The Diocese of Phoenix is excited to offer a website to the young adult communities of our parishes. There are many great opportunities throughout the valley for young adults to become active in their faith. Many of our young adult parish groups are open to all singles and married couples in their 20-30′s. The many parishes and young adult organizations throughout the Diocese offer different avenues to get involved in young adult activities – spiritual, social, and service. There is something for everyone!

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East Valley

The Franciscan Renewal Center, Scottsdale/Paradise Valley Young Adult Alpha meets Thursday evenings at 6:30pm for dinner. Talk at 7pm, followed by small group discussion until 8pm. No pressure. No charge. No meeting Thanksgiving. Concludes with a weekend retreat at the Franciscan Renewal Center, December 9th-11th, 2016. Ages 18-39 encouraged to join! Visit Website: to register.

Catholics in Action (CiA) @ St. Anne’s Parish, Gilbert We meet every Thursday from 7-9pm, with the exception of the second Thursday of every month. Meetings begin with Holy hour in the main church followed by dinner and formation in the JPII room. Ages 18-35 are welcome! Young adults can expect opportunities to grow in knowledge of the Catholic faith, serve others, form friendships and to deepen their prayer life. For the most up to date information create an account on The City at our website Follow us on Facebook: Catholics in Action

Central Phoenix

Young Adult Faith & Fellowship (YAFF) We recognize the need for community for young Catholic adults in their 20s and 30s. We decided to make a group that would meet the needs of our age group. We are also open to ANY suggestions about what you would like to do… dinners, community volunteering, Bible studies, etc. Please feel free to share your ideas with us! 

If you can’t come to one of the events, stay posted on Facebook: for upcoming events. We would like to meet at least once a month, doing various activities.


St. Raphael/Our Lady of the Valley Parishes Arise Young Adult Ministry gather for prayer, sharing, and community building activities every first Thursday of the month, from  7:00 pm to 8:30 pm at St Raphael Hibner Hall. Find us on instagram:olvstr_youngadults and/or Facebook.

Contact Leah Johnson at (602) 938-4227  x17 for more details.

West Valley

St. John Vianney Parish young adult ministry with David Portugal. More information at

Across the Valley

Young Catholic Professionals Phoenix                               (YCP Phoenix)  Group meetings all around the Diocese of Phoenix. Group meets Every third Tuesday of the Month for the Executive Speaker Series, Networking Happy Hours once a quarter, and retreats twice a year. Young adults in their 20’s and 30’s are welcome. Young adults should expect a professional environment to network, hear from seasoned speakers, and learn about how to “work in witness for Christ.” For more information go to our website: or find us on Facebook: ycpphoenix

Blessed is She (Southwest Region)  This group exists for us to grow in community with our fellow sisters in Christ 18 years and older. We can chat life, Blessed is She devotions, what we’re making for dinner, how we are being filled by His Word, how we wish we were being filled by His Word, and everything in between. Please feel free to add anyone to our Facebook  in the Southwest Region. It can be a sister, enemy, friend, cousin, etc. Let’s all grow with Him, alongside each other. Want to meet in real life? Find a Blessed Brunch near you at our website

Catholic Singles Community. Experience this wonderful retreat with other single Catholics! Retreats take place periodically throughout the year.

Our God Spot Young Adults Group with Sal Davi meets across the valley multiple times a week. Connect with young adults through and

Northern Arizona

St. Germaine Young Adults Group, Prescott Valley. Connect with Deacon Dale Avery for more information at (928) 772-6350.

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  • When does your group meet? What ages are invited? What should young adults expect?