We are a member-directed Christian church with a truly inclusive philosophy, a progressive theology, and a passion for serving the community. We strive to be a joyous spiritual home, welcoming and valuing people, embracing God’s word, and enriching lives. 

The church is located in the heart of Ann Arbor, adjacent to the U of M central campus. We feature excellent musical programming, including the renowned Wilhelm Organ. A choice of Sunday services includes traditional, contemporary, and even a brief communion service. We welcome and embrace all who would like to join us in fellowship.

Warming Shelter Sign-Ups

As we feel the cold weather outside, we are in the process of preparing to open our daytime FCC Warming Shelter on Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays in February. Again this year, we will be using the Sign-up Genius to fill our volunteer, food, and supply needs. The Sign-up Genius really simplifies the whole process, and we hope you will take advantage of it.  Any help you can give us will be so appreciated! Thank you so much for your never-ending generosity! To volunteer to donate food and supplies please press here. To volunteer during the shelter please press here.

Our Mission

We are a beacon of God’s love, hope, and Christian freedom.

About Us

On March 23, 1847 there was a group of 48 Christians whose strong opposition to slavery set them apart in their church missions. Believing that God created all equally and that all are seekers and not holders of truth, they founded The First Congregational Church of Ann Arbor. Following their legacy, our mission is to be a beacon of God’s love, hope and Christian freedom.

Click the here to read FCC’s December 11, 2016 Resolution Reaffirming Our Commitment to Inclusion.

Click here to read FCC’s Mission Vision and Core Values. 

Click here to read FCC’s What is Congregationalism. 

Please feel free to contact webmaster@fccannarbor.org with any website questions.
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