One of the first books of its kind addressing how young adults are living in an intentional community in the Episcopal Church. Offers an example of how the church can be relevant to young adults, based on a highly-praised national model Each chapter includes questions for individual and group reflection Young adults (18-30) are searching for a church that demands their involvement, whether it is in mission, worship, theology, or daily life. They want a church that is relevant and offers a vision of the Divine. This book places the church in context with consumerism, freedom of choice, war and terror, and the impact of technology now dominating the worldview of young adults. Drawing upon the proven success at St. Hilda s House in New Haven, CT, this book provides stories and narratives from young adult interns, who are involved in its mission and ministry."