Worship Ministries

Worship Ministries

Want to give of you time and talent? St. Johns offers a wide variety of ministries and we are constantly in need of volunteers. You can choose to volunteer for an hour or become an active member of one of our ministries. Below you’ll find a brief description of each, along with contact information for the committee chair. Please contact him or her directly if you wish to learn more! Thank you!

11 and Woodward Concert Series

The 11 and Woodward Concert Series brings professional musicians from a wide range of genres (jazz, blues, classical, bluegrass, etc.) and offers concerts to the public at a low cost. It allows St. John’s to be a welcome space at a major crossroads for the region. Many volunteers are needed to make these events happen. The revenue from this project is designated to a special building fund (i.e. saving for a new roof). If you are interested in volunteering four or five times throughout the year, please contact Claudia Osborn.

Contact: Claudia Osborn 248-677-3944  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Acolytes

The acolyte ministry is a team of youth and adults who assist clergy during our worship services. Duties of the acolytes include leading the procession/recession while carrying the cross, carrying torches, assisting clergy in preparation for the Eucharist and assorted other duties. We are always looking for new acolytes so if you are interested in serving please contact Dan Martin.

Contact: Dan Martin 248-672-4067  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Adult Formation Ministry – Recruiting chairperson now

The Adult Education Committee identifies and develops programs of educational interest to all St. John’s adults. We alternate formats, times and topics in order to cover as many areas of interest as possible and to make adult education available to everyone’s schedule. We are actively recruiting a chairperson for this ministry to schedule a planning meeting three or four times a year, to coordinate announcements with the office (for placement in bulletins, flyers, etc.). If you feel you might be called to this ministry, please contact Beth Taylor at 248-546-1255.

Adult Education Committee Members:  Askari Asanti, Elizabeth Moon Carter, Bradley Carter, Barbara Heath, Ann Johnson, Barbara Jones, Mark Jones, Jessica Worden-Jones, Deborah Niemer, Rev. Tim Spannaus, Rosemary Spatafora, Rev. Scott Steiner, Rev. Beth Taylor.

 

Altar Flower Delivery – Recruiting one person for the fourth Sunday of the month
Every Sunday after the 10:15 service, the flowers on the altar need someone to wrap them up and distribute them. We hand out flowers to a host of different people: we give them to people in church that Sunday who placed altar memorials and tributes, or to visitors. We especially like to give flowers to those who can visit someone in the community who is homebound, in the hospital, hospice, or rehab. This ministry allows you the opportunity to give flowers to anyone to brighten their day, and thus yours as well. It is a terrific ministry for the volunteer who has little free time. Volunteers are scheduled once every month. If you would like to join our team, or if you would like to try it once to see if you would enjoy it, please contact Jennifer Bartleman.

Contact: Jennifer Bartleman 248-541-5697  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Altar Guild

The Altar Guild assists in worship services by setting up for Eucharist, baptisms, weddings, funerals and memorial services. They ensure the bread and wine and chalices, etc. are in place and ready for each worship event. Duties include caring for the altar hangings, linens, candles, and communion supplies. Most members are assigned one weekend a month (Saturday morning and Sunday after church).

Contact: Maryann Le Comb 248-649-1229  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or Joyce Morey 248-765-9747  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Altar Memorials and Thanksgivings Messages (Flowers on the Altar)

This ministry provides an opportunity to honor your family and friends by arranging for a memorial, tribute or thank you message. Your message is published in the Sunday bulletin with your memorial, tribute, or thanksgiving message on your requested date. There is a suggested minimum donation of $25.00, but any donation is appreciated. Donations cover the cost of the altar flowers each Sunday. Donations are payable to St. John’s Episcopal Church (flower memorials listed on the memo line) and can be dropped in the offering plate, or mailed to the church office.

Contact: Christine Sharp 248-705-0136  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Bread Baking Ministry

We offer gluten-free bread so that all may share one bread. Take a moment to look in the bulletin on a Sunday, see who made the bread, and thank him or her. We always welcome new bakers. If you need help the first time you bake, or aren’t sure whether you can bake the bread, call me and I will be glad to help. It is not a yeast bread recipe, so if you can bake anything, you can make St. John’s bread.
Contact: The Rev. Tim Spannaus, Deacon 248-559-7282  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Book Club

This program meets occasionally (watch for announcements and flyers) to discuss a book. Sometimes the group meets in conjunction with Adult Forum, and sometimes it stands alone. If you have a Book Club idea or would like to host a discussion, simply call the office to schedule one.

 

Card Ministry

The card ministry writes and sends birthday, anniversary, get well and sympathy cards with a blessing to members of our parish each month. In 2015, we sent over 673 cards to members of the parish as signs and symbols of our care for them. This ministry meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 10:00am (for about an hour) in the church Library to write, address and stamp the cards. All are welcome; you may also donate cards and stamps.

Contact: Kathy Kustowski and Gloria Brown 248-583-1550

 

Children and Youth Formation

Godly Play is a Montessori program for children ages 4(ish) through seven (around 2nd grade). The curriculum is based on the worship format for the Episcopal Church, including a feast to represent the Eucharist. The classes begin at 10:15am and children join their families in church for the celebration of the Eucharist. The class is biblically and liturgically based and allows the children to learn the stories of the Bible, to see themselves in the stories and to ‘wonder’ about God could be saying to us through them.

Contact: Anjela Freeman 248-545-3091 a This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Connect is the Sunday School class for our third to fifth grade children. The Sunday morning classes begin at 10:15 am service and end with the children joining their families for Eucharist. Each child receives a Bible; using scripture, the children explore connections with the stories each week. It also gives the children time to focus on building relationships with their friends, to talk about the things that matter in their lives and connect their experiences to God through creative activities.

Contact: Timi Wittig 248-506-6781  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Youth Group 

We have two groups, one for Middle School and one for High School. The youth are the first to receive communion and then join their leaders on the 3rd floor for Youth Group, which ends at 12:15pm. 

Ages 12ish and up (6th – 12th Grade/Two Groups):

  • Group 1 – ages 12 – 14 or (roughly 6th – 8th grade)
  • Group 2 – ages 14 and up (roughly 9th – 12th grade)

Contact: Sr. Elizabeth (Lizzie Anderson) 734-474-3379  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Christmas Legacy Tea

In December, members of the parish are invited to a tea to see old friends, to make new friends, and to reminisce about the gifts of parishioners in years gone by that allow for our ministries and programs today. This program was sponsored by the Planned Giving subcommittee of the Finance Committee. If you are interested in helping with this event in 2016, please contact the office at 248-546-1255.

 

Church History and Archive

Church history is a ministry that collects, stores, and occasionally displays historical material concerning St. John's.  There is quite a bit of material already in our archives. We are currently looking for people to re-form this committee. If you have an interest in history, archives, and display, please call Mary Fairman.

Contact: Mary Fairman 248-399-6088  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Closers (and Openers Too)

This is an elite cadre of ninja-like individuals who, following intensive drills and training, hold the mission of every 6 weeks or so, taking roughly 40 minutes of their time after the second Sunday service (and occasionally other parish events) to assure the building is locked and secured.

Contact: H. Michael Falconer 248-217-4670  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

New to You’s Corporate Mission Committee

The purpose of the Corporate Mission Committee is to aid with various types of outreach programs. Funds for the work of this Committee come from profits of the New to You Resale Shop. In 2016, the New to You Resale Shop gave over $5,000 to the Corporate Mission Committee. This enabled St. John's to help in the support of many local organizations and programs. Members of this committee are appointed by the rector, and we meet two to three times annually to make its decisions.

Contact: Rosemary Spatafora 586-431-5527  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Craft Night

This program meets occasionally (watch for announcements and flyers) to craft together. Sometimes the craft is selected ahead of time and directed by an experienced artist. Other times, participants bring the craft of their choice and simply spend time together as we work with our hands. If you have a Craft Night idea or would like to host a craft night, simply call the office to schedule one.

 

Daytrippers

This group organizes outings for adults (example: Tour of the Fisher Building, lunch at the White Horse Inn in Metamora). Participants generally meet at the church on a designated day/time for an outing, carpool, share an educational or social experience, share lunch (Dutch treat), and then travel back to the church. Watch bulletins and e-newsletter for announcements. If you have a suggestion for an outing, please let us know.

Contact: Linda Tucker 248-200-9530  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Eucharistic Ministry

Eucharistic Visitors and Ministers are trained by the deacon. Both visitors and ministers are confirmed communicants in good standing. The Eucharistic Visitor is licensed to take the sacrament to members of the congregation who due to illness or infirmity are unable to be present at worship services. The ministry of Eucharistic Visitors and Eucharistic Ministers is a pastoral and sacramental expression of the church that is the Body of Christ. Our EV’s are devoted, enthusiastic and do an outstanding job. 
The Eucharistic Ministers are trained to administer the sacrament (the bread or wine) to persons during the Holy Eucharist. All Eucharistic Ministers and Visitors participate in refresher training on a regular basis. Watch the bulletin for training dates.

Contact: The Rev. Dcn. Tim Spannaus 248-559-7282  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Finance Committee

Serving in an advisory capacity to the Rector and Vestry, the finance committee works to ensure the long term financial health and stability of St. John’s and take on ad hoc finance related assignments as requested by the Rector and/or Vestry from time to time.

Contact: Kelly Mankin, Chair 248-632-1052  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

First Sunday Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club plan, prepares and serves breakfast on the first Sunday of most months for St. John's parishioners. This is one of the major fellowship gatherings of the parish. If you have never come, please join us. Free will offerings are collected to off-set our food and kitchen supply costs, and our goal is always to be financially self-sustaining. Volunteers are always needed to assist with food prep (for an hour or so on a Saturday), set up, and clean up/dish washing (about an hour on a Sunday).

Contact: Scott Bruns 248-591-7348  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or

Keith Freeman 248-217-2252    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Garden & Grounds

Outside Gardens and Grounds works one Saturday a month to keep the gardens weeded, soil, compost and mulch added, annuals and donated perennials planted, arborvitaes treated, storm damaged limbs removed, window wells cleaned, weeded and pea gravel added, bus stop walls cleaned, concrete swept and trash emptied every month, sidewalks and parking lot, weeded and swept. Your help is needed please consider being a part of this ministry to keep our grounds beautiful.
Contact: Barbara Thornton 586-776-4630

 

Greeters

The role of the greeters at St John's (working with the ushers but with a slightly different focus) is to greet people coming to church for the first time, to help them connect to people and spaces in the church, and to help introduce them to people during Coffee and Conversation. If you are interested in helping, please let us know.

Contact: Lynne Muth 203-912-1983  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Healing Ministry

Healers anoint people with oil and pray for healing at the Eucharist on Sunday mornings, at the Thursday Healing Service, and for special services. If you discern a call to this ministry, please speak to one of the clergy. We also offer a Service of Healing with Eucharist on Thursdays at 11:00am in the Chapel. All are welcome. This year, we have added an Intercessory station in the West Transept. Worshippers on Sunday morning are invited to write their prayers of intercession and place them in a prayer bowl. These prayers are read aloud in the Healing Service on Thursdays.

 

Kitchen Cleaning Team

The Kitchen Committee helps keep the kitchen in good working condition and supports the efforts of the many groups who use it. Parishioners are welcome to use the kitchen. Because we have many vendors who now lease the kitchen (several each week), we ask that all who use the kitchen leave everything as you found it clean and organized neatly.  The only items to be tossed are leftovers. Kitchen clean up days (deep clean) are scheduled a few times each year, and all are welcome to join us. Watch for dates and sign-up sheets.

Contact: Bette Ann Wright 248-434-7308  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Lectors

Lectors (lay readers) read assigned passages from the Hebrew scripture and the New Testament from the Bible each Sunday and at special services. A lector also leads the congregation in the reciting Psalms and in the Prayers of the People. Teen-agers and adults who feel called to this ministry are welcome to participate. Typically, each lector reads one time each month. If you are interested in being trained to be a lector, please contact the deacon.

Contact: The Rev. Dcn. Tim Spannaus 248-559-7282  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Liturgical Arts Team

If you are interested in creating altar decorations, vestments, banners and other textiles for use in enhancing our worship, please let us know.

Contact: Collette Pariseau 248-895-7282  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Liturgy Planning Team

The Liturgy Committee advises the rector in planning and evaluating worship services. The goal of the committee is to create liturgical expressions that are outwardly focused (draw our hearts to the needs of the wider community and welcome the newest participants into our worship), dynamic (a combination of tradition and innovation, always fresh), participatory (inviting and accessible to seasoned Episcopalians and people new to our tradition, meeting people from the widest range of backgrounds and ages). We use a comprehensive bulletin to print the text and some music for worship. We draw our prayers and music from a variety of resources within our Anglican tradition. Members of this committee are appointed by the rector.

Contact: Rev. Beth Taylor 248-546-1255  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Maintenance Committee

The Maintenance Committee is responsible for light/medium maintenance in and around the Church, as well as managing contract maintenance. 2015 was a very busy year for the Committee. Our team continued to fix sinks/toilets, paint, tended the parking lot, and light repairs in many areas.  Additionally, we completed our typical seasonal tasks such as cleaning gutters/downspouts, replaced boiler filters, replaced light bulbs/ballasts, supported SOS set-up/tear-down and pre-/post-greened the church for the Holiday season. The Maintenance Committee is made up completely of volunteers, so if you are interested in helping to serve please contact us.

Contact: Tim Morgan 248-399-3260  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Memorial Gifts

The Memorial Committee is a group who meet on request to review and authorize items to be purchased from restricted funds donated to the church in memory of a loved one. This group is appointed by the rector.

Contact: Nancy Horner 248-545-2321

 

Music Ministry


The St. John’s Music Ministry is primarily concentrated on providing music leadership for our services of worship, working closely with the Clergy to help provide a cohesive understanding of the scriptural readings appropriate to the day. With the Chancel Choir at its center, it presents or leads service music, hymns and organ/piano/instrumental/vocal and choral music as needed. In addition to the volunteer Chancel Choir—a group of approximately fifteen adult singers—instrumental soloists and ensembles within the parish, as well as hired musicians, help provide music for the variety of services, weddings, funerals and feast days throughout the year. Musical leaders direct a 15-minute sing-along session called “Sing!” in the East Transept on Sunday mornings between 10AM and 10:15. These sessions offer a chance for children and adults who are present before the service to participate in learning new songs that will be used in worship in coming weeks. It also encourages the overall singing participation within the congregation. The Chancel Choir meets for rehearsal on Thursdays from 7:30-9P and briefly before services on Sunday, at 9:45A.

Rob Styberski, Dir. Of Music/Organist

 

New To You Shop

In the fall of 1980, the New To You Shop was established by the Vestry at the recommendation of Ruth Ewing to raise money for missions and to reach out to the community. The purpose being to supply low cost clothing and articles, offer an opportunity for profitable recycling of usable clothing, etc., and to use the profits to aid other ministries of the church while providing an inviting and hospitable atmosphere welcoming all people. It takes the work of many to make the magic happen at the shop, so please be in touch if you might have some time to volunteer. 

Contact: Kathy Williams 248-546-1722   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Newcomer/Welcoming Committee

The Newcomer/Welcoming Committee is a group with a twofold task:

We provide materials and avenues for people who are new to the congregation to connect with the church (pew cards, a Welcome Brochure, a Guest Book). We follow up with visitors with phone calls and/or letters and welcome them to connect more deeply to the church. If you have ideas or want to serve on the committee, let us know.

Contact: The Rev. Beth Taylor 248-546-1255

 

Nursery/Cry Room

The St. John’s Nursery is located on the lower level, across from the entrance to Jatho Hall (at the bottom of the stair closest to the chapel), and is open to children aged three years and younger. (Children aged 4 and above are welcome to join in our Sunday School programs.) The nursery is open beginning at 9:15 (so that adults may participate in Adult Education classes) until the end of the 10:15am service. The children are cared for by Nursery Attendants, Michele Coletti and Nicole Smith.

A ‘Cry Room’ is located on the second floor, next to the Choir Room, across from the Library. While we love and welcome babies and children in church (including their sounds and wiggles), you are welcome to bring babies and small children up to the soundproof cry room. There you will find toys and books for the child while you will still be able to hear and see the service.

Please call the office with any questions about these programs or spaces.

 

Oblation Presenters

Oblation presenters bring forward the bread and wine for communion on behalf of the congregation. To present oblations, you carry the bread and wine down the aisle to the altar to the waiting acolyte. Our youngest members particularly enjoy this responsibility. Sunday school teachers and ushers may ask you to present the oblations on any given Sunday. All are welcome to participate.

 

Open Hands Food Pantry

Open Hands Food Pantry, which operates on the lower level of St. John’s, has been a valued ministry of St. John’s since 1982. In terms of the number of people served, it is the largest food pantry in Oakland County. The food pantry is open to serve those in need most Mondays from 12:30pm to 2:45pm and most Saturdays from 9:30am to 11:45am. Open Hands not only provides food items to our guests, but also distributes toothpaste, shampoo, detergent, soap and toilet paper – items that our guests cannot purchase with food stamps.

Open Hands is a volunteer-driven ministry, and is funded by donations by individuals and community organizations. The pantry is always looking for volunteers! Contact us at (248) 546-1255 or visit www.openhandspantry.org.

Contact: Bruce Donigan 248-547-1850  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

or Jan Warren 248-912-7838  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Open Hands Garden

The St. John's Garden ministry was established in 2015. Its primary purpose is to provide fresh food for Open Hands Food Pantry. A Steering Committee oversees eight 4’ x 8’ raised beds. This year we implemented a seedling start project, installation of a rain water harvesting system, signage to better identify the garden and engaged with the Open Hands guests to better address their needs/desires for fresh produce. Many volunteers needed!

Contact: Dennis Spatafora 248-544-4504  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Prayer and Meditation Group

The Prayer and Meditation Group meets on Mondays at 6:30 in the library. We read from various sources, and silently meditate for 20-30 minutes. We listen to music or a guided meditation during this time and focus on our breathing with the intent to meet God. All are welcome and if you haven't meditated before we will help make you feel comfortable doing so. It is a drop in group so there is no pressure, come when you able.

Contact: Lee Ann Morgan 248-506-0943  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Security Team 

Once the building is secured at closing, an alarm system monitors for any motion within the building and notifies Guardian if motion is detected or entrances are breached, and will contact the police and notify designated parishioners that an alarm has been tripped. The Security and Alarm committee also supplies access codes to those who open and close the building along with employees of Mon-Ami Daycare and employees of companies that rent our kitchen facilities. Tim Morgan and Chris Moran co-chair this team.

Contact: Chris Moran 248-545-1678  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

South Oakland Shelter (SOS)

St. John’s hosts this traveling homeless shelter for one week each year. St. John’s volunteers cook, drive, supply meals and snacks, spend the nights, and do the laundry. Volunteers also read books to the children, play the guitar and led sing-along’s, share movies on DVD, or provide a listening ear. The leadership at SOS tells that it is great to work with St. John’s as well. It takes many hands to provide all the work for SOS. Please consider helping us in October 23-29, 2016.

Contact: Jennifer Smigielski 248-770-5871  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministers provide pastoral care to those who are chronically ill, in mourning, having family difficulties, or many other situations requiring pastoral care. Stephen Ministers assist the clergy by meeting with their care receivers on a long term basis, in complete confidence, offering a listening ear and loving support. Our Stephen Ministers study topics including active listening, assertive speaking, small group supervision, telecare, knowing when to refer care receivers to professional resources, and many others. Stephen Leaders Janet Craft, Kathy Stricker and Tim Spannaus work with the Stephen Ministers providing continuing education and small group supervision.

Contacts: The Rev. Tim Spannaus 248-546-1255  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Stewardship Committee

Thank You!  We asked you to step up in 2016, and you did! The commitments you have made to the ministries of St. John’s and our service to God and our communities are allowing us to expand our ministries, to supplement our choir with 2 section leaders, to advertise, to add lighting to the front of the church, and to add an associate rector in mid-2016! Our goals for 2017 are to continue funding the staff singer and associate rector and enhance the Children and Youth Ministries, among other goals. We look forward to a successful stewardship campaign in 2017. The Stewardship Committee has a representative from the Finance Committee and the Vestry, and is appointed by the rector.

Contact: Amy Valesano 248-770-0417  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Take a Bag, Share a Bag

On the third Friday of each month, the Youth Group meets at the Church (Open Hands) at 6:00pm to pack groceries in bags. These bags are placed in the Chapel and on the stairs of the Narthex entry of the Church. If you or a neighbor or a friend can use the food, you are encouraged to take these bags of food. There is no restriction on this food. You may take as many bags as you need/want. The Youth gather after packaging the food at one or their homes for a potluck meal and fellowship.

Contact: John Burris 586-596-5037  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or

Lizzie Anderson 734-474-3379  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Teller Ministry

The goal of the ministry is to count the weekly offering, deposit the money in the bank and create detailed information that the Lay Administrator’s office uses for record keeping. The Tellers perform this service while working in pairs every Sunday. Tellers are appointed by the rector.

Contact: Chuck Tucker 248-559-7656  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Ushers

The role of the ushers at St John's is to greet and welcome people coming to church, make sure everyone feels comfortable (especially visitors), and to provide security for those attending the service.

Contact: Collette Pariseau 248-559-7282  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Vacation Bible School

Each summer an energetic group of volunteers turn the church into a wonderful adventure to explore and enjoy God’s love. Vacation Bible School is a fun-filled week where children 4 years old through 5th grade learn about Jesus and His love for us. Throughout the week, the children hear bible stories, make crafts, play games, have yummy snacks and sing songs. Many adults volunteer to teach and older teens serve as group leaders for our campers. 2015 Chairs were Kristen Swan and Kenya Swanson, joined by dozens of adult and youth volunteers. New volunteers are invited to join us! Christy Scott and Jelane Richardson will co-chair this ministry in 2016.

Contact: Christy Scott  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or Jelane Richardson 313-304-0497  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Vestry

The Vestry, made of fifteen members of the parish, are the elected leaders of the St. John’s community. They meet monthly to discern and set the vision and priorities of the congregation. They are stewards of their congregation’s property and lay spiritual leaders of its mission and ministry. Five new members of the Vestry are elected each year to serve a three-year term. From within the group, a Senior Warden and a Junior Warden are elected by the Vestry as leaders. Members of the parish may attend Vestry meetings as guests on the fourth Tuesday of each month.

 

Youth Group

This year have two groups, one for Middle School and one for High School. The youth are the first to receive communion and then join their leaders on the 3rd floor for Youth Group, which ends at 12:15pm. 

Ages 12ish and up (6th – 12th Grade/Two Groups):

  • Group 1 – ages 12 – 14 or (roughly 6th – 8th grade)
  • Group 2 – ages 14 and up (roughly 9th – 12th grade)

 

Contact: Sr. Elizabeth (Lizzie Anderson) 734-474-3379  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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