“Being a believer requires community and fellowship.” - John Wesley

Adult Groups

Adult Groups are a critical component of the life and ministry at FUMC Ann Arbor.

Many adult groups meet weekly or bi-monthly and foster space for prayer, friendship, intentional service, and deep connection with other members of the church. Each small group is different, and its members take responsibility for organizing and determining what they will do during their time together. Each small group leader has support from church staff and multiple resources to choose from. Interested in joining a small group? Email a small group leader or email Debbie Houghton Today!

Adult Faith Formation

Adult Faith Formation classes meet monthly and are open to all on a drop in basis. If you have questions or you are interested in leading a class or are looking for a specific topic, be sure to contact Debbie Houghton (debbie@fumc-a2.org).

Ministry Teams

Teams with a clear purpose and vision that typically exists for a specific task for a limited period of time.  Ministry teams work collaboratively with staff to steward and implement FUMC’s vision.

Adult Small Groups

Adult Small Groups (approx. 6-8 participants) foster space for prayer, friendship, intentional service, and deep connection with other members of the church.

Supportive Groups That Nurture Our Community

Providing companionship and support for different stages and transitions in life.

Service Leadership

Typically tactical and a great way to share your interest in becoming more engaged in the church, local, and global community without requiring a long term commitment.

Connection Groups

Great spaces to meet new people and form relationships with others in the church who share similar interests for friendship, support, activity, and prayer. Size and meeting frequency varies.

United Methodist Women

The United Methodist Women is a nationwide organization. Here at FUMC Ann Arbor the UMW has various programs throughout the year.

All women are invited to participate in these times of fellowship, worship, and learning.