Are you a young(ish) adult looking to connect with others in Ann Arbor? Twenties and Thirties of Ann Arbor (T2A2) is a great way to meet people and build community! Join us for a Wednesday evening hangout, discuss faith-related questions in a Sunday small group, and/or engage in service and justice-making opportunities as your schedule allows.
For some graduate students, T2A2 provides opportunities to connect with others in a low-pressure environment outside their respective academic fields. Others appreciate that T2A2 is a community where people from different life paths come together to grow spiritually through Bible study, conversations about life, and service opportunities.
What Do We Do?
- Serve the community through organizations like Habitat for Humanity, Circles, and Feeding our Neighbors: Stadium Food Rescue.
- Meet for small group on Sundays at 3:00 p.m. to discuss faith-related questions and grow with one another spiritually.
- Meet on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. to hang out and catch up.
Are you in your twenties and thirties, looking for friends and faith? As you are settling into your fall routine, consider setting aside two hours on Sundays to fellowship, snack, pray, and study scripture with the T2A2 small group. This fall, we will be studying the book of Acts about the early days of the Church. No need to prepare ahead of time or bring anything besides a Bible or Bible app. We meet in person outside on Sunday afternoons at 3:00 p.m., practice physical distancing and wear masks. As the weather gets colder, we might decide to stick it out in person like the hardy Midwesterners we are, or switch to Zoom. Interested in learning more or getting on our mailing list? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email Chris Wahl, Haley Brown, and Resident Minister Amy Ruhf at email@example.com for questions or to join our email list. Feel free to contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org with pastoral care needs as well.