Living Water is a growing congregation with a passion for sharing God’s unconditional grace with families in the northern Ann Arbor/Brighton Communities. We have a deep desire to be part of the extended community so that people will come to know Christ through us.

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University Lutheran Chapel is an intentionally student-focused community of faith. While we want all people to feel welcome, we are focused on supporting the university community in and around Ann Arbor. In worship, at the Common Cup Coffeehouse, or out and about on campus, we create a relaxed environment where students can express and explore their journey of faith.Learn More

St. Luke–Ann Arbor brings people together. On the border of Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti, St. Luke is socially and ethnically diverse, an open door to anyone who wants to know and follow Jesus better. In traditional or contemporary worship, in large group events or intimate studies, in family ministry or online discipleship, you will find a warm welcome at St. Luke!Learn More

St. Luke Lutheran Church is one congregation at three sites. We share a common goal, common vision, and common ministry lived out in diverse ways in order to reach the people and communities we serve. To be a part of any of our local sites is at the same time to be part of something bigger. We believe we are better together. We think you'll think so, too.

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What People Say

St. Luke has been a positive influence in our lives. It has changed us.
Larry, ULC
The people have an amazing, real deep relationship with Jesus. I wanted to know more.
John, Living Water
We are the hands and feet of Jesus.
Kim, St. Luke--Ann Arbor