Witnessing Justice: A Commemoration Service
for the Anniversary of 8 Slain Peace Advocates in El Salvador Event details: When: Saturday, November 15, 2104 5:30 pm – Dinner catered by Pilar’s Tamales ($6-$10 suggested donation)
- To RSVP for dinner, please email email@example.com 7:00 pm – Interfaith Commemoration Service
Where: St. Mary Student Parish 331 Thompson St. Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Kindly remember in your prayers our members and friends who are sick and/or shut in.
Pastoral Care Emergencies
If you have a pastoral emergency, please contact Glenda Horvath, 734-482-5619.
Immigration Ministry (WICIR)
For information about what's happening and if you are interested in learning ways to help with this issue, please contact Margaret Harner at 734-483-3464 or through WICIR, Washtenaw Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights, www.facebook.com/WICIR.
Press statement urging the President to use his authority to stop deportations until CIR has a humane path to citizenship in place.
Time to renew your Kroger Community Rewards registration. If you have been registered (will show church's name at bottom of your reciepts) go to www.krogercommunityrewards.com and click "RENEW". If you have not been registered, go to Kroger.com, register your frequent shopper card number. Then link to the community rewards site and register with our church. Our number is 83263, or you can find our name in the drop down list. This is a simple, worth-while fundraiser so BE SURE TO REGISTER. Any questions contact Barbara Garland, firstname.lastname@example.org, 734-662-5803.
No matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.
Our church is a small congregation of determined and open-minded individuals committed to honoring God and the presence of God in each of us (All of Us). If this is your first time here and you would like to know about us: who we are and what we believe, get to know us through our news, worship, prayer and Missions.
We are an Open and Affirming Congregation. We hope your visit to our website will be a pleasant one and that you find what you are seeking here with us.
We trust that you will find us to be warm and inviting and a community open to people of different cultures, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and religious beliefs. If you are looking for a place to worship, join us for our Sunday morning service which begins at ten o’clock.
Worship Place & Time
218 N. Adams
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Sunday (10:00 AM)
Fellowship time after service.