Or, if you live in the San Diego area, here are some direct links to great fellowships in the area.
Calvary Chapel Vista
Coastlands Church (San Diego)
Horizon Christian Fellowship (San Diego)
Many of us are members of Generation X, or the Post-Modern Generation (age 18-35), a major generation which has been largely overlooked (and sometimes frowned upon) by the traditional church. The church (i.e. the body of Christ) is made up of generations in movement. Once one generation has passed, the next will be left to carry on the torch. What will be the legacy of this generation as witnesses for Christ? Check out these San Diego fellowships aimed at discipleship of Gen X in a spiritually alive, Christ-centered, and culturally relevant way.
Flood (San Diego)
You see, many churches of today have either turned entirely away from the Truth, or so saturated it with their own man-made traditions that they no longer have the proper focus. Man makes up his own traditions and wants "religion", but God gives grace and freedom from sin and wants a relationship with us. True Christianity means a freedom from the bounds of sin and constrictions of religion, it is simply a personal relationship with the One who loved us enough to send His Son as the ultimate sacrifice to pay the penalty of our crimes. One we accept what he has done for us and realize the magnitude of his mercy, we can do nothing but worhip him back. It is by accepting and acknowledging His gift to us, the sacrifice of His Son so that we do not have to pay the penalty of our sins, and realizing how unworthy we are, that we begin this relationship with Him. It is as easy as accepting the gift, and asking Him into your life to lead and guide you. He promises to always be with us, and He will. As you become closer to a friend by talking, you also become closer to God by talking to Him, and this is prayer, spending time alone with God, our Friend. Another way to get to know the God of the Universe and your personal Friend, is by spending time reading His Word, the Bible. If you think about what he has done for you, you can do nothing but thank Him, and this is what worship is all about. This, is what being a Christian is all about. One requirement, accept the gift. The rest are guidelines for growth. If it is so easy, what is stopping you?