Have a request? Please fill out the Announcement Form in Connect: Bulletin Board Announcements

Hope for Life
Lutherans for Life Regional Conference

Ft. Wayne, Indiana – September 16

LFL conferences offer a wonderful opportunity to meet local, state, and national LFL leaders; the LFL national office team—AND FOR ALL OF THEM TO MEET YOU!

Click Here to view more info. Or contact Ruth Menge.

40 Days For Life Ann Arbor Fall

The 40 Days For Life Ann Arbor FALL CAMPAIGN will kick off on Sunday, Sept 24th with our very popular Jericho March and Kickoff Rally beginning at 2 PM. The Fall Campaign runs from Wed. Sept 27 through Sunday, Nov. 5 with the Prayer Vigil taking place daily from 7 AM until 7 PM outside of Planned Parenthood, 3100 Professional Dr. To sign up for an hour or more at our prayer vigil, please go to: www.40daysforlife.com/annarbor. Please plan to join us for one or more laps of our Seven Sunday Interfaith Jericho March, which will take place every Sunday afternoon during the campaign. Life Chain will take place on Sunday, Oct 1st. Additional details to follow. For additional information please contact Sandie at 734-657-1936 or plan2pray@gmail.com.


Pittsfield Charter Township’s Department of Public Safety is seeking a highly motivated, self-directed, and caring individual who, under the direction and supervision of the Public Safety Community Coordinator, will be responsible for crossing Ann Arbor Public Schools’ Carpenter Elementary school students at Packard Rd. and Dalton Ave. The Crossing Guard will use a traffic control device to stop traffic to safely cross the students. The candidate will be provided training, a stop sign, vest, and rain gear. This is a part-time position, approximately two work hours per day (8:00-9:00 a.m. and 3:30-4:30 p.m.), Monday through Friday, during the public school year (Sept. to June), excluding school holidays and non-school days. Specific hours are set by the Community Coordinator and may vary according to demand and workload. Training, rain gear, and materials provided. Successful completion of pre-employment physical, drug-screen and criminal background check required.

For more info click here.

Saint Joseph Mercy – Health Systems

Volunteers Needed

We are looking for friendly and customer service oriented individuals who will help us in our mission to serve those in need. You must be compassionate, motivated to help others, and ready to commit your time to a good cause.
We have a number of open opportunities at our St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor Hospital including

We are looking for friendly customer service oriented volunteers to assist our patients and visitors with finding their destinations within our Ann Arbor hospital. This position is for individuals who are outgoing, energetic, driven to help those in need, and respectful. Standing and walking is what you would be doing a majority of the time as this position is all about wayfinding and getting patients to where they need to go.
Shifts available:
8AM-12PM or 12PM-4PM Monday- Friday

This program is a unique way that we show compassion for our patients, their families and even our hospitals staff. If you have a dog that is friendly, patient, confident, gentle and enjoys human contact this is the opportunity for you. First, your canine will need to be certified through Therapaws Inc., and then be processed as a volunteer through SJMHS volunteer services office.
Shifts available: 7 days a week.

If interested please visit our website for more information and to fill out an application at:


Or call us at 734-712-4164

We have a number of open opportunities at our St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor Hospital including

Open Enrollment at Washtenaw Christian Academy:  WCA is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 school year. Our vision at Washtenaw Christian Academy is to prepare and equip servant leaders to positively impact a world in need of Christ.  It is our constant prayer that our efforts will provide students (and families) who are developing the character of Christ so they become citizens of excellence for the glory of God.  To that end we employ a classical Christian education since it purposefully seeks to cultivate wisdom and virtue as we nourish the souls of the students on truth, goodness and beauty so in Christ they are better able to exercise self-control in order to know, glorify and enjoy God.  Their ability to listen respectfully, think critically, reason logically, and communicate persuasively serves our students well as they become adults who express contentment and gratitude as they volunteer their time and service, donate to charitable organizations, and retain a commitment to their faith.  To enroll go to: www.washtenawchristian.org/admissions or call our office at (734) 429-7733.