In a season of transition and discovery, we hope that we can walk in this journey together as young adults. Here you can find any and all ways of getting connected within the 20-something community of Ann Arbor Vineyard. We exist to be a body of people which does not exist for itself, but for Christ and the world; creating room to question, breathe, grow, become, & go.
What to Expect
We don’t know what your expectations are when you walk into a church. We have people coming to Ann Arbor Vineyard from all over the religious map, as well as people who have never stepped foot in a church in their lives. So, wherever you are coming from and whatever your past experiences with church have been, we want to redefine what church could be like for you.
Here’s what you can expect from us:
Our faith is honest
We don’t pretend to be perfect, but recognize that Jesus is the only one who is. So we are honest with ourselves and honest in our search for God through the difficulty and the joy of life.
Our people are real
We know life isn’t easy all of the time; we experience it ourselves on a regular basis. We don’t gather to put on a mask and be something we are not—we exist to be real, to be ourselves, and be the unique selves as we have been made. And so we are diverse, both in body and in thought.
Our God is alive
We don’t gather to learn about who God used to be, we gather to encounter the living and active God of today. We invite God’s Holy Spirit to move in our lives and regularly pray for each other in our services.
Need a Ride?
If you would like to join us on Sunday mornings, we have a shuttle which travels between campus and the church. We will be leaving campus around 9:15AM and you can expect to return near 10:45PM. Just make sure to let us know you’ll be joining us so we know to look out for you!
If you have any questions concerning getting a ride feel free to contact our church office by email, or by calling (734) 477-9135.
Acceptance, comfort, purpose, courage, joy, sharing grief, receiving encouragement, refinement, strength, support, depth, and a good perspective…these are the things that we get when we engage in authentic community with others. It is certainly possible to know truths about God and others without active engagement, but wouldn’t approaching life together be a better experience?
Feel free to contact Life Group Coordinator if you are interested in any young adult small group activity with the vineyard.