Young Adult Ministry

Young adults (ages 18-39) are warmly invited to join our parish’s young adult ministry (YAM)! Married, single, discerning, students, professionals, converts/reverts, cradle Catholics, and any young adults interested in learning about the Catholic faith are welcome.

​ABVM Young Adult Ministry’s purpose is to create a home for young adults (18-39) to grow in the Roman Catholic faith, build Christ-centered community, and serve God and those in need.

As of August 2021, our Wednesday 7pm meetings are hosted both in-person and online through Zoom. For those interested in coming physically, join us from the church’s crying room; park either on the street or church lot, then enter from the church’s northeast entrance on Orange Grove. If you would like the Zoom meeting information, please contact us from the Linktree link below. Our Wednesday activities vary week-to-week. We also host various weekend gatherings in-person (Mass, meals, socials, volunteering, etc.).

Please check out our Link Tree to engage with us and find the most up-to-date information.


Please contact our core team at for more information!


Some of our events include:

Bible study
Learning about the saints
Fellowship and socials
Prayer/evangelization workshops
Habitat for Humanity
Guest speakers
Game nights
Discussions on current events
…and much more!











Wednesday Zoom Meetings




Spiritual Resolutions




Holy Dating




On 9-19-2019, 3 married couples were invited to share their experiences with YAM members at their weekly meeting.




On 9-19-2019, 3 married couples were invited to share their experiences with YAM members at their weekly meeting.




Members of ABVM’s Habitat for Humanity ministry, YAM, and Catholic Coalition attended the dedication of Habitat’s Lomita site in Glendale. Six families received the keys to their new homes, culminating their long journey to attain affordable housing. Thank you to everyone who has volunteered their time and talents in helping make this vision a reality.

Theology on Tap

Fr. Gerard dropped by the Young Adult Ministry planning meeting

YAM members went to Laemmle’s to watch Light of Soledad, film about St. Maria Soledad and her order, the Servants of Mary.


Volunteering with PCC’s Lancer Pantry

July 4th Celebration

Easter Sunday

Learning about Divine Mercy

Coffee and Donut

 Easter Eggstravaganza

 May Crowning

Celebrating All Souls Day & Dia de Los Muertos together

YAM at St. Andrew’s listening to Fr Douglas Bazi’s story of faith, survival, and forgiveness as a war prisoner in his native Iraq.