College is a great time to make one's faith one's own. First Pres College stands on the corner of college and church for the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University, and Washtenaw Community College. First Pres College is building Christian community one person at a time.
We are a growing ministry heading in a new direction as a UKirk ministry. We have deep roots going back over 100 years.
2016-2017: Over the past year we have become a registered Campus Ministry with UM, met weekly on UM campus (to discuss faith questions, sometimes sing, sometimes hear faith stories from members), traveled to Belize to work with San Pedro Anglican School, shared faith, and talked about hopes for the future. It has been a year of grace and gratitude. Congratulations to our graduating seniors and thank you to everyone who dedicated time to make this year a success!
Peer Minister Job Opportunity
As a large, dynamic congregation in a world-class university city, First Pres Ann Arbor, Michigan, seeks an energetic Peer Minister/Intern to provide leadership, build relationships with students, share the love of God in Jesus Christ with young disciples in innovative and meaningful ways and work with a ministry team in Youth and Family Ministries and Campus Ministry.
Peer Ministers serve as leaders in ministry among communities of young people—including middle and high school students, as well as undergraduate and graduate students in metro Ann Arbor and on the campus of the University of Michigan. Peer Ministers actively work each week for the integration of young people into the life and ministry of the First Presbyterian Church by building relationships.
Peer Ministers serve the Campus Ministry and the Youth & Family Ministries Programs of First Presbyterian Church in alignment with the priorities, duties and tasks of ministry with young disciples, students, young adults and families.
The position focuses on assisting in the daily work of the church’s Campus Ministry and Youth Ministry. It will provide experiential learning for work in vocational ministry. This position that extends approximately ten months during the school year, usually from late August through May. The position can be extended by mutual agreement.
For more information view the Peer Minister Position Description (pdf).