The Young Adult and Young Family Ministry at Centerpoint Church is part of our initiative to target stages of life more effectively. We strive to provide resources, programs, and service opportunities that ensure that the needs of everyone are met.

The Young Adult and Family Ministry has growing and thriving programs for Small Groups, as well a number of gatherings and resources for parents of young children. As this ministry continues to develop, we look forward to having many more opportunities for young men and women in college as well as for young couples. We want not only to provide for your spiritual and relational needs, but also to help you grow and serve others in the name of Jesus.

One-On-One Meetings & Groups

Ryan and Alison would love to meet with you either one-on-one or in a group.

Click the button below email Ryan and schedule a time.

Small Group for Young Men

This is a group for Young Men in their 20’s and 30’s. At this time, we are going through a book titled, Twelve Ordinary Men by John MacArthur. It is a book about the twelve disciples and how Jesus used these men with weaknesses, quirks, and failures to change the world. We would love for you to join us in person at Ryan and Alison’s house or via Google meets on the second and fourth Thursday of every month at 7:00pm. Please email Ryan if you would like the address of the Google Meets Link. 

Small Group for Young Women

This is a group for Young Women in their 20’s and 30’s. Alison is leading these young woman through a program called “Woman,” based on The Book of Womanhood by Dr. Amy Davis Abdallah. This is a curriculum that focuses on establishing what biblical womanhood is, and helping each woman become who she was created to be in Christ. Meetings are the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm at Ryan and Alison’s house or via ZOOM. Please email Ryan if you would like the address of the meeting or the ZOOM link.

Small Group for Young Professionals

This is a co-ed small group for young men and women in their 20’s and 30’s. We are doing a deep dive study of the book of 1 Peter. Meetings are the first and third Thursdays of every month at 6:30pm at Ryan and Alison’s house or via Google Meets. Please feel free to reach out to Ryan if you would like more details on the location of the meeting.

Small Group for Young Families

This is a group for families with elementary age children or younger. This groups is currently in development, and more information will be made available January of 2021.


Meet the Leaders

Ryan Strange is originally from Indianapolis, Indiana, but has spent time living in a total of seven different states. Nevertheless, Indianapolis was always home for him; which is why he is still a diehard Indianapolis Colts and Indiana Hoosiers (basketball) fan. He received my Bachelor’s Degree from Taylor University and his Master of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary. His hobbies are watching a good show, reading a good book, playing video games, and spending time with his family.

When he was in college, he started out as a Bible major. That interest later turned into a passion, which turned into a calling. Every time Ryan looked elsewhere, or investigated different vocations, the door always slammed shut. There was just a point when he felt that his call was inescapable, and he surrendered to the Lord’s will.

Over the years, that call has been refined. Ryan started as a solo pastor at a church of 20, and has had various roles in other churches prior to his arrival at Centerpoint. What has remained constant is his passion for preaching the Word and for equipping believers, particularly young men and women, to be the ministers that the Lord has called them to be.

In 2015, Ryan met his wife, Alison, and they were married in February of the next year. She is truly a partner in ministry.

Alison grew up in Santa Clarita, California, a suburb of Los Angeles. At 18, she moved to New York to attend Nyack College, where she majored in Communications and minored in theatre. While a student at Nyack, Alison served as an RA and developed a passion for mentoring young women. In 2013, she was hired as the Area Coordinator of her former woman’s dorm. She later took a job at Roberts Wesleyan College as the Administrative Assistant for the Cultural Life Center where she found ways to invest in the lives of the college students who crossed her path. Since leaving full-time work to stay home with their two young children, Alison has continued to find ways serve and mentor young women, encouraging them to grow deeper in their faith and discover and live out the calling Christ has placed on their life.

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