Frassati Graduate Students and Young Adults
The Newman Center experience doesn’t just end with graduation! Join the Frassati Graduate Student & Young Adult group to keep your faith growing!
The Frassati Group runs programs made just for graduate students, recently graduated, and young working professionals - programs ranging from small groups and lectures to social events and retreats. It’s a great way to stay connected to a faith community, make close friends, grow in faith, and have fun!!
Young Adult Mass
Frassati Grad/YA along with the Blessed Sacrament Young Adults co-host a monthly young adult Mass, followed by dinner and fellowship. The Mass takes place at 5:45PM on the first Sunday of every month, and the social is afterwards in the parish hall. Dates for the following year are:
- December 7
- January 4
- February 1
- March 1
- None in April - Happy Easter!
- May 3
- June 7
Frassati Small Groups are a great way for young adults from 21 to 35 to build a closer, more tight knit community centered around the Catholic faith and common life experiences. Our current small groups are:
- Men's Groups
- Women's Groups
- Bible Study
- Letters of the Popes: A teaching small group
- Books and Beers: Philosophy and pints
- Salt of the Earth: A group learning about Catholic social teaching
- Feminists and Lemon Twists: A group open to men and women alike about women and the church
Saturday Night Alive
Saturday Night Alive is a monthly event for all young adults in the greater Seattle Area. Spend an hour in Eucharistic Adoration followed by a social hour (sometimes with live music!). And for the 21+ crowd, an after party at Murphy’s Pub in Wallingford.
Our next Saturday Night Alive is September 20th, 7pm at a special location: St. James Cathedral (more info on the Facebook event here)!
Pencil in the dates for the rest of the year, and we hope to see you there!
- November 15, 2014
- December 20, 2014
- January 17, 2015
- February 21, 2015
- March 21, 2015
- April 18, 2015
- May 16, 2015
- June 20, 2015
The Frassati program is governed by a council which helps to plan events and retreats, as well as decide the direction for the program to go. They are very friendly people, so feel free to introduce yourself if you see them! If you have ideas for events or programs that you would like to see, we would love to hear about them! Email them to email@example.com.