Sunday Classes

The Bible at 9:30 a.m.

The Bible at 9:30 will study three things this year: How the Bible came to be; Galatians; and Ezra-Nehemiah. Class meets in the French Room/Library, and all are welcome. Bibles and name tags are provided.

Note: Class will not meet on December 29.

First Friends at 9:30 a.m.

Come for spiritual growth, learning, fellowship and support for couples and individuals. To find out more about this group and to view the schedule, visit our First Friends page.

Sundays at 11:00 a.m. - Exploring the Faith

Real Poverty Solutions: Broke, Hungry, Homeless in Ann Arbor

December 8 - 22
Many of our neighbors are often hungry, lack affordable shelter and cannot pay for basic needs of food, shelter, health care, education, transportation and healthy relationships. Knowing the good work and effective programs of our local mission partner organizations helps us bridge the gaps, support the caring projects of many individuals and organizations and be engaged at some level. Learn more about how First Pres is actively engaged with a variety of outstanding partner organizations.

  • December 8 - Ellen Schulmeister, Executive Director, Alpha House
  • December 15 - Derek Miller, Executive Director and & Frankie Moore, Development Director for CAN, Community Action Network

Mark Your Calendar - Upcoming Classes!

Sunday, January 5: Role of Women in Presbyterian & Reformed History, Theology, and Practice
Dr. Amy Plantinga Pauw, Professor of Doctrinal Theology at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, will lead two sessions focusing on the role of women in Presbyterian and Reformed history, theology and practice. The discussions will be of interest to both men and women of all ages who are hopeful about the role of the church in family life and in the world today.”

January 12 - February 23: Ministry to the Marginalized: Facing the Challenges of Dementia and Mental Illness with Hope
Come to learn more about dementia and mental illness, the particular challenges faced by those with these brain disorders and their families, and what churches can do to help.

 

Additional Reading and Study Groups

Other small groups, such as reading groups and bible studies, are also available. For more information visit our Small Groups page.