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Single Adults

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Connect and grow with other single adults at the Ridge

If you call the Ridge home, we want you to have people you are connecting with relationally and growing together spiritually.

We currently offer three group environments specifically for single adults, all of which meet at our Bee Cave Campus. These groups are open to anyone, at any of our campuses, and are great environments to connect and grow with other singles in the greater Austin area.

Single Adults Groups

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DivorceCare

DivorceCare is a group of welcoming, caring people who will walk alongside you through one of life's most difficult experiences, led by those who understand what you're going through and want to help.

Single Adults Team

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  • Anna Powell

    Anna Powell

    Anna was born in Houston, and even though she was mainly raised in Virginia, she still claims to be a Texan at heart. Because, once a Texan, always a Texan. In 2017, she moved back to Texas, but this time, to Austin. Since then, she has made beautiful friendships and has gotten her Associate's Degree in Business Administration. She is newly married to her husband, Will, and they love to host, cook, and giggle together. When Anna is not at work, her soul is refreshed by loved ones, good food, inspiring books, movie nights, nature, and creativity. She also finds such joy in supporting and loving others.

  • TJ Morelli

    TJ Morelli

    TJ and his wife, Rachel, have been attending Austin Ridge since 2001. They have three kids, Jake, Emma, and Thomas. TJ grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and went to college in New York at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Upon graduation, he served as an Engineer Officer in the U.S. Army. After separating from the service, he ran a business for over 13 years before coming on staff at the Ridge in 2010. TJ finds great joy in seeing people go from ‘black and white’ to ‘color’ as it relates to how they view Jesus, their vocation, and the marginalized both in the city and around the world. He and Rachel love being involved in ministry at the Ridge and feel blessed to be a part of the amazing things God is doing here and in the community.