Coronavirus & First Pres

We strongly recommend everyone who is eligible be fully vaccinated and boosted.  While the spread of the Covid 19 virus is decreasing in our community, it is still contagious and there are many among us who remain at risk or who are in close contact with at-risk individuals.  We will continue to wear masks and follow other precautions for now as we gather inside the church building.

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Staying Connected...

  • We are deeply concerned for the health and well-being of our First Pres members and friends, and all our neighbors in Ann Arbor, Washtenaw and Detroit
  • We are connecting in-person, online, on the radio and via Zoom
  • We listen and respond to phone, text and email messages
  • Our distinctive ministries of worship, music, Christian formation, congregational care and mission continue to operate to serve our community and members

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Our Faciliities

The First Pres facilities are now open for people to visit, Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Friday 9:00 a.m. to 12 p.m.  Members can now use their FOBs to get in between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. every day.  Everyone is expected to wear a mask when inside the building.  Reserve 

Pastors and program staff are available by phone, text or email. Should you need to reach us, simply call the church (734) 662- 4466. 

Funerals & Memorials

We are now hosting funerals and memorials.  Everyone is expected to wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status.  Livestream is available upon request. Please contact Rev. Melissa Anne Rogers for more information.


We are now hosting weddings in our Sanctuary!  At this time, everyone is expected to wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status.  Livestream is available for a fee. Please contact Rev. Melissa Anne Rogers for more information.

Recommendations for Everyone!

WASH your hands. Hand sanitizer is good, but good handwashing is better! Here’s a great video that shows how: To know how long, sing Happy Birthday twice before you rinse. Also, count how many times a day you wash your hands. Three? Ten? Thirty? The number doesn't matter as much as your awareness of how often and when you're doing it. Here's what's recommended:

  • whenever you come into your home (first thing)
  • after using the restroom (of course!)
  • before eating
  • after sneezing or coughing (if possible - here's where hand sanitizer comes in handy).
  • any other time you're moving in public places and have the opportunity.