Sunday Classes

The Bible with Rev. Ed Koster

Sundays at 5:00 p.m. (formerly at 9:30 a.m.)
Zoom Link: (Meeting ID: 865 4514 4620)

The Rev Ed Koster is teaching a course on the Gospel of Mark, touching on the unique features of this earliest of the gospels. His class explores the major themes and the underlying connections to the other New Testament gospels. Each week the class will take up a section or chapter of the Gospel with a presentation, discussion, and time for questions and answers. For more information and to receive the study materials for each week, contact Rev. Ed Koster at


First Friends

Sundays at 11 a.m. via Zoom
Meeting ID: 854 1581 3175

First Friends is a fellowship group that uses Christian materials. All are welcome! 

Exploring The Faith

Sundays at 12:15 p.m. via Zoom
Meeting ID: 897 0788 0133

“Why Jesus’ Jewishness Matters to Christians”

January 17 - February 7 - Rev. Deborah Forger, a former First Pres Resident Minister, will lead sessions highlighting the first-century Jewish world in which Jesus was born and why Jesus’ Jewishness matters to Christians. We learn about Jesus as a figure in history as a first century Palestinian Jew.

Journeys Book & Bible Study

Journeys Book & Bible Study will meet via Zoom on the second Thursday of the month. Contact Rev. Frazier ( for more information.

Men's Study Group

Friday, January 15, 8:00 a.m.
Zoom: Meeting ID: 926 3227 1384

Every other Friday morning, a group of men meets from 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. to read scripture, pour over a good book, and discuss practical, down-to-earth matter of faith. In 2021 the group will meet on the first and third Friday of the month, beginning January 15, continuing until May. This winter, the group will read From Judgment to Hope: A Study on the Prophets by Walter Brueggemann. The book presents an examination of three important prophetic figures: Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel. All men are welcome! Books are available in the Church Office for $15. Questions? Contact Rev. Jay Sanderford, or (734) 662-4466, ext. 340.

Presbyterian Women: Stay Connected!

PW Moderator Ginny Bell continues to send out timely information in email blasts. We invite all women of the church to be added to the email list by contacting Ginny (

Social Justice Group

Are you passionate about climate change isssues? First Pres is forming a Social Justice Group which you are invited to join. Contact Rev. Sanderford ( for more information.


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.