Who We Are
Ann Arbor UCO seeks to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ to students at the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University, and Washtenaw Community College.
We are a community of disciples on mission. Our goal is to lead university students into a personal, mature relationship with Jesus Christ and prepare them for a life of radical discipleship. Part of the way in which we do this is by working to create a common life and culture of Christian community together. We look to accomplish all of this while working for unity among Christians from Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox traditions.
Our bi-weekly prayer meetings are on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at the Campus Chapel (1236 Washtenaw Ct, Ann Arbor, MI 48104). Check out the UCO AA Calendar for up-to-date information http://ucoweb.org/annarbor/calendar/
Angelica is originally from Detroit, MI and is the oldest of 5 kids! Angelica’s parents are both originally from Owerri in Imo State, Nigeria. Angelica graduated from the University of Michigan and studied engineering. She got involved in UCO through a north campus bible study during her freshman year. On staff, Angelica is responsible for always bringing the hype and being really excited about things. She enjoys hot coffee, good conversations, sweet smelling flowers, dancing to Nigerian music, and going on adventures!
Will, originally from Georgia, has lived in Ann Arbor, Michigan since 2008 when he entered the University of Michigan’s School of Music. He graduated with a degree in Audio Production and Engineering, as well as an Electrical Engineering Degree from the Engineering department. Will has served on and off in Ann Arbor over the past 4 years. When not helping with evangelism on U of M’s campus, Will enjoys the outdoors backpacking and running, along with writing and playing music. Will made his first full commitment with the Servants of the Word this past August.
David Dolsen graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in Computer Science in 2015. Instead of pursuing a career in the tech industry, David spent a year in the Philippines reaching out to college students through a sister organization of University Christian Outreach. After his year abroad, David returned to lead his home chapter of UCO in Ann Arbor. David enjoys running, going on backpacking trips, and discovering the secrets of Ann Arbor. He is excited to continue following the Lord alongside his best friends and helping more students come to know Jesus Christ.
Bridget Bonenfant is from Redford, Michigan. She recently graduated from Grand Valley State University where she studied English Literature. This is her first year on staff for UCO, and is excited to see what the Lord has to do in and through her. Bridget is the youngest in a family of eleven and is an extremely proud aunt of a large bunch of beautiful nieces and nephews. She has a deep love for the aesthetic things in life. Her friends would say she has an unhealthy obsession with candles, but her track record for setting off smoke alarms is getting better. Some quirky loves include: rain ponchos, drinking hot water, whistling, and the smell of gasoline. Some more mainstream loves include: poetry, flowers, vanilla lattes, the Psalms, anything and everything that has to do with Fall, and acoustic, folky music.
Sarah has been serving for UCO since September 2010. She got involved while studying English Literature at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver where she is originally from. Sarah has experienced so much truth and freedom through UCO and she wants to pass that on to other women. She is now completing her Masters of Library and Information Studies remotely through UBC while working for UCO Ann Arbor. She and Andrew Davignon were recently married and Sarah is enjoying decorating their new home. She also enjoys reading, playing games, and baking!
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