Friends 18+

Social opportunities for our adult members to continue to grow! We hope to facilitate friendships and experiences that will last a lifetime. Our Young Adult Network offers opportunities for young adults of all abilities in the Pittsburgh area to get involved and make new friends! 

Young Adult Network

Ages 18+

Join a few friends for a smaller gathering coordinated completely by FC friends. These hang-outs take place outside of FC are are member led!

Come volunteer in an inclusive setting with various community partners.

YAN Social Events
Events hosted by FC Alumni with the goal of bringing together adults of all abilities across our community for meaningful engagement and inclusive opportunities.

Training Tracks/FC Talks
Workshops focus on learning and sharing with others. Let’s Talk about important topics within the community. Walk away with skills to lead in communities of all abilities.

Movie Nights
Grab a bag popcorn and a friend to sit with as we kick back and enjoy fan favorite movies.


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Friendship Circle Tribute Book

Look through our 2022 and 2023  Friendship Circle memories and see what we have been up to!

Tribute Book 2023

Friendship Circle Tribute Book 2023

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Weekly Roundup: March 1, 2024

Teen Leadership Shabbaton Our teens enjoyed a weekend of connection, learning and fun for Teen Leadership Shabbaton last weekend. On Friday, they participated in a Training Tracks discussion about ableism with guest speakers Joey Murphy, Regina Sciullo, and Nick Sciullo, followed by a lovely Shabbat dinner and some games. On Sunday, as part of a Teen Workshop, we heard from… Read More

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A Glaring Omission

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