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 evening 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. Catalina Esguerra, who frequently hosts group gatherings, says, “The group itself functions as a close friend and place of solidarity in my life.” Another group leader and active First Pres member, Sara McAdory-Kim, finds in the group “a sense of belonging, no matter how often you attend.” 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.
To learn more or receive updates about events, email Rev. Dorothy Parks-Piatt at email@example.com.
In 2018, we will continue our Wednesday Hangouts and Sunday Small Group. We also anticipate more service opportunities, outdoor activities, outings to Detroit, and social gatherings. Several group members will travel with the Nicaragua Mission Team to wire a school in Quebrada Honda. We look forward to welcoming new members and participating in new adventures!
Jump in on a Wednesday Hangout with a diverse group of people at a local restaurant, bar, or ice cream parlor to discuss current events, share in laughter and mutual support, or simply swap stories of common experiences.
Sunday Small Group
Come to an informal Sunday evening Small Group meeting at Chris Wahl’s house and you can talk a little or a lot with others all along the religious spectrum who are curious about the Bible and seeking spiritual growth.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or to join our email list.
You can also keep track of what's happening by liking our T2A2 page on Facebook: