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Sundays at 5:00pm

"The Living Room" Worship Service

Our Wesley worship service will be meeting online

via Zoom each Sunday at 5:00pm during the academic year.

Our theme for the 2020-2021 academic year is "The Water of Life." Our worship, studies, and service opportunities will help us explore the vital themes of water in the scriptures and how water justice issues are key in our communities and world.


Join the General Commission on Religion & Race this September for 30 days of anti-racism. Each day we will engage in an activity that helps us to become more anti-racist in the ways we think and act. Share your progress with a picture or a reflection using #30DaysAntiRacism.


Small Group Studies

Between the World and Me

Tuesdays at 7:00pm

7 sessions

Our conversation on race will center around the book, Between the World and Me, by Ta-Nehisi Coates

Chaplain's Virtual Office Hour

Mondays at 10:00am

Contact the Chaplain for Zoom code

Grab a cup of coffee or a nice cold beverage and join Chaplain Tim for a time of conversation. 


Ask a question, stump the pastor, bring up a cool idea, or just chat about whatever you'd like. 


You can also schedule an in-person, socially distant coffee time at a nearby outdoor café.

Watershed Discipleship

Wednesdays at 7:00pm

Begins October 7

7 sessions each semester

Our discipleship/social justice study will be utilizing the book, Watershed Discipleship, in partnership with our friends at Clean Water for the World

The Awakened Life

Thursdays at 7:00pm

8 Sessions

Our spiritual formation study will be utilizing the book, The Awakened Life. Staying spiritually centered in the midst of life is essential. 

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Sunday, Oct. 11

Have you signed up for the Ann Arbor CROP Hunger Walk yet? Especially now as many are facing food insecurity due to COVID-19, the CROP Walk is an essential service to our community. The walk will take place on October 11th with a virtual send off at 2 pm. You can join the Umich Wesley Foundation team and help raise funds to provide meals for those in need at the link below.

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