Congregational Life Ministries
Agape is geared mainly towards young adults, both singles and couples. Biblical/topical study and discussion take place, as well as occasional planned or impromptu social events throughout the month.
Contact: Jocelyn Schiller, 913-6931
Tuesday Night Dinners
Greetings! If you are a college student or young adult newly arrived in Ann Arbor, please come and join us on Tuesday nights for dinner at the Lindquists’ home, 315 Orchard Hills Dr.
The Lindquists and other “moms” prepare dinner each week for all you hungry, busy people. It is a time for good food, fellowship, and a moment for relaxing from your busy world.
Dinner is served at 7 pm, but you can come anytime after 5:30 pm to help set up the tables and chairs. The only requirement is that you park on the side of the road that the house is on (right side ). We would love to see you!
Meetings: Tuesday Any time after 5:30 PM, Dinner at 7 PM
Contact: Mary Lindquist, 663-4851
Ministries for Adults
Coffee Break is an opportunity for women, including internationals with all levels of English ability, to study the Bible in a small group. It includes a program for children from infants through 5 years old. There are two choices of meeting times. Both meetings are held at the church.
Learn more about Coffee Break…
Do you like food? How about eating with others and enjoying some Christian fellowship? If so, and you are 18-30 (give or take), please join us for lunch after the 11:15 service.
Whether you are a student or in the working world (or both!), we’d love for you to join us for Soup Group. No need to bring anything, except an appetite and a desire to connect with others.
Room 22 in the hallway past the kitchen.
Sundays, twice a month
If you know you’re coming, please RSVP to Kelly Van Ee firstname.lastname@example.org
Even if you don’t RSVP, please come!
Men’s Bible Study and Fellowship
Enjoy a Bible-based study along with a light breakfast of coffee, bagels, and cream cheese!
Wednesday mornings, starting after Labor Day
6:30am to 7:30am or 8am to 9am
Come when you can – no registration
Contact: Dave Cummins at email@example.com
Thursdays throughout the year
10am to 11:30am
Dinner Circles is a ministry that involves groups of 6-12 adults who gather together for food and fellowship. Each dinner is at a different home with a different set of attendees, but consistently there is great food and the opportunity to make new friends.
Contact: Wayne & Ann Van Zomeren, 757-6574
Fellowship Groups include many small groups made up of adults of all ages, single or married. The groups meet regularly in members’ homes to pray, sing, study, laugh, support one another, and grow spiritually. Meet new friends and establish lasting relationships.
Meetings: Scheduled by participants
Contact: Phil & Laura Boonstra, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 883-5855 or 883-5953
Friendship Ministry is a non-denominational program designed to provide loving support and fellowship for young people and adults with special needs. We meet twice each month at the church for a time of singing, Bible instruction, prayer, and just plain fun. Students and their teachers benefit from one-on-one relationships.
Meetings: 1st and 3rd Thursdays of every month from 7:00 to 8:30 PM.
Contact: Roy Glover, 327-3677
Contact: Wayne Van Zomeran, 340-3587
An informal gathering of men for pick-up games of basketball at the Ann Arbor Christian School gym.
Meetings: Tuesdays 8:30-10:00 PM
Contact: Chris Van Ee, 604-3340
Adult Sunday School
Adult Sunday School provides educational classes that strengthen our walk with the Lord. Classes take place at the church, and include Bible studies and discussions of current issues, led by church members and guest speakers.
Meetings: Sundays 10:15-11:05 AM
Contact: John Bush
More about current and past classes …
For the past several years our Family Ministry leaders have been helping us explore new ways of being a multi-generational community of faith. CONNECT nights bring together all ages.
Read more about CONNECT…