1825 - A Ministry of The Church of Eleven22

The Church of Eleven22 is a movement for ALL people to DISCOVER and DEEPEN a relationship with Jesus Christ. In line with Eleven22's vision, the purpose of 1825 is to connect 18-25-year olds to their role in the Great Commission. 1825 focuses on pointing back and plugging into the mission, vision and life of Eleven22 through disciple groups, connect events and serve opportunities.

DISCOVER: Connection to Jesus as Lord and Savior, to an identity found in Him, to the body of believers and to peers.

DEEPEN: Commitment to a life surrendered to the lordship of Christ, to the call to be an active member of the church body and to spiritual disciplines.

LOVES ALL PEOPLE: Multiplication through developing and equipping disciple-making disciples called to live on mission.

Get Connected

Is God the ONE thing that drives all things in your life? Fear living a life without purpose? This summer the 1825 ministry will work through John Piper’s book Don’t Waste Your Life, written to challenge us to live and die boasting in the cross of Christ and making the glory of God our singular passion. Study runs June 7 - August 16, 2020.

By saying “yes” to participating this summer, you are committing to reading one chapter each week and working through a few questions each day to prepare for the group discussion. Each participant will need a copy of the book and study guide. Not only will you dive deeper with God, you will find community within the 1825 ministry. Ready to get connected?


The purpose of 1825 is to connect 18-25-year olds to their role in the Great Commission. That purpose is not a someday thing, it is now. The Great Commission is not a message that you are a tool to be used by God, it is a RESPONSE that comes from first discovering and deepening a relationship with Jesus Christ and finding your identity rooted in Him!

We are called to follow the example of Jesus and we know Jesus cultivated an intimate relationship with the Father, a supportive relationship with God’s people and a compassionate relationship with the world.

There are many opportunities to serve our church and community. Where is God calling you?