Ann Arbor Mennonite Church (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

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The Ann Arbor Mennonite Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, began in 1966 from a nucleus of Calvary Mennonite Church (Pinckney) members who lived and/or worked in Ann Arbor. The congregation initially met in the Ann Arbor YM-YWCA.

The congregation became part of both the Indiana-Michigan Conference of the Mennonite Church (MC) and the Central District Conference of the General Conference Mennonite Church.

In 1975 a group separated from the church to form the Ann Arbor Mennonite Fellowship in a desire for a less structured congregation.

Bibliography

"New congregation--Ann Arbor." Gospel Herald 59, no. 24 (21 June 1966): 560.

Rich, Elaine Sommers, ed. Walking Together in Faith: The Central District Conference, 1957-1990. Bluffton, Ohio: The Conference, 2003: 75.

Additional Information

Meeting Address: 2566 Arrowwood Trail, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105

Phone:

Website: https://annarbormennonite.wordpress.com/

Denominational Affiliations:

Indiana-Michigan Mennonite Conference

Central District Conference Conference

Mennonite Church USA

Pastoral Leaders at Ann Arbor Mennonite Church

Name Years
of Service
Daniel Slabaugh (1921-2020) 1966-1986
Chibuzor Ozor 1986-present

Membership at Ann Arbor Mennonite Church

Year Membership
1970 17
1980 15
1990 20
2000 7
2007 7
2020 12


Author(s) Samuel J Steiner
Date Published March 2022

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Steiner, Samuel J. "Ann Arbor Mennonite Church (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. March 2022. Web. 13 Jul 2024. https://gameo.org/index.php?title=Ann_Arbor_Mennonite_Church_(Ann_Arbor,_Michigan,_USA)&oldid=179065.

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Steiner, Samuel J. (March 2022). Ann Arbor Mennonite Church (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 13 July 2024, from https://gameo.org/index.php?title=Ann_Arbor_Mennonite_Church_(Ann_Arbor,_Michigan,_USA)&oldid=179065.




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