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Genesis Grounds Fall Clean Up

Genesis Grounds Fall Clean Up

October 25, 1 to 4 p.m. Our glorious Michigan fall is upon us.  While we may dread the winter, the color and fragrance of a brisk fall day are a blessing to be treasured. Every year we ask congregants to celebrate spring & fall by spending a few hours tending to...

Remembering All Saints on November 1

Remembering All Saints on November 1

During our Morning Prayer service via Zoom on Sunday, November 1, we will chant the names of those who died in the past year (click here for the list). To add a loved one, please provide name and pronunciation to Karen by email (karen@saintclareschurch.org) no later...

Trick or Treat

Trick or Treat

St. Clare's youth group will host a trick or treat event on November 1, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the circle drive. Kids from the church are welcome to come trick or treat with us.  If you would like to donate candy for this effort, please contact Christine Cook or...

Prayer Vigil

Prayer Vigil

On Monday, November 2, our St. Francis Chapel will be open for personal prayer or meditation the day before our country's election day. Please only 1 person or household in the chapel at a time. We'll have hand sanitizer available; please wear a mask.

Service of Remembrance

Service of Remembrance

On Monday, November 2, we will hold a 7 p.m. service via Zoom for All Souls Day, remembering those whom we have loved and lost. Death in the Christian tradition embraces the tension of grief and celebration. We celebrate that those we love who have died are with God,...

Outdoor Eucharist Services in October

Outdoor Eucharist Services in October

On October 17 we will hold a 4 p.m. outdoor Eucharist service on the grounds at St. Clare's. Attendance will be limited to 40 people at each service, and you must sign up in advance to attend any of the services. Sign up here. Add your name to the waiting list if the...

Mass On the World

Mass On the World

Thursday, October 15 at 7 pm St. Clare's will hold a Zoom service using an adaptation of the essay Mass On the World by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, a French priest, philosopher, geologist and paleontologist. Finding himself in remote areas of the world without benefit...

2nd Wednesday Book Club

2nd Wednesday Book Club

The book selected for our October 14 Zoom meeting at 7:30 is Afterlife by Julia Alvarez. The choice for November is The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson and for December, Three Things about Elsie by Joanna Cannon. Two books...

2020 CROP Walk

2020 CROP Walk

46th Annual Ann Arbor Crop Walk (Virtual) on Sunday, October 11. 25% of all money raised in our community will support local food assistance programs75% will go to worldwide efforts supported through Church World ServicesVisit www.crophungerwalk.org/annarbormi to...

Canceled: Virtual Tailgate

Canceled: Virtual Tailgate

The campus ministry MI/MSU tailgate planned for October 10 has been cancelled. Campus ministry can always use financial support, so please visit their websites to contribute to their ministries. Michigan-Canterburyhouse.orgMSU-canterburyspartans.org Kelly Scheu,...

Blessing of the Animals

Blessing of the Animals

On Sunday, October 4, our Morning Prayer service will include a special blessing of the animals in the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi. All of God’s creatures are welcome to join us for Morning Prayer! That afternoon, you can bring your pet(s) to St. Clare's between 2...

Vote on August 4

Vote on August 4

Michigan's Primary Election will be held on Tuesday Aug. 4.  Regardless of your political position, hopefully you feel that the democratic governance of our county is best driven by a population exercising their right to vote, and more importantly, their Informed...