Believers and seekers grow in community together

Besides House Groups, there are also other small group opportunities for growth, as we are committed to growing in Jesus in community with one another, oftentimes around food!

Men’s Bible Study

Enjoy a Bible-based study and stimulating fellowship along with a light breakfast of coffee, bagels, and cream cheese!
Wednesday mornings, year ‘round
6:30am to 7:30am or 8am to 9am
Come when you can – no registration
Contact: Larry Gruppen at for information on what we are currently studying and how to join us via Zoom.

Women’s Ministry: Journey Together 2021-22

Invitation to All Women!

Women’s small groups started a new book in January! We will be studying Open and Unafraid: The Psalms as a Guide to Life by David Taylor. The Book of Psalms is one of the most consequential books for the Church and Taylor welcomes us into its beautiful & varied landscape. Open and Unafraid focuses on the Psalms’ most significant themes as they play out in both our private and public lives. Come join us for this exploration of scripture and community.

Groups meet on 2nd/4th Monday evenings (starting Jan 10), 1st/3rd Wednesday mornings/evenings (starting Jan 19), and weekly Tuesday mornings. If you are interested in joining, please contact Kellie Steen (

Craft Group

Thursdays throughout the year in the fellowship hall. A time to gather around a table to do hand work and share life together.
10am to 11:30am

Soup Group

(on hiatus during the pandemic)
Do you like food? How about eating with others and enjoying some Christian fellowship? If you are in your 20’s, give or take, please join us for lunch after the 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.
Sundays, twice a month at 12:00, Room 22 in the hallway past the kitchen.
If you know you’re coming, please RSVP to Kelly Van Ee
Even if you don’t RSVP, please come!

Tuesday Night Dinners

(on hiatus during the pandemic)
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. 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. We would love to see you!

Meetings: Tuesday any time after 5:30 PM, Dinner at 7 PM
Contact: Mary Lindquist, 663-4851

Dinner Circles

(on hiatus due to the pandemic)
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.