Ann Arbor Friends Meeting
•1420 Hill Street Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 • (734) 761-7435 •
Meeting for Worship: Sundays
9am (7:45am 3rd Sundays), 11am
Meeting for Worship for Business:
3rd Sundays, 9am
Office: M-F, 9am - Noon
Clerks' Contact: aafmclerks@gmail.com or
734 665-0131 (c/o Susan Hartman)             



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Welcome!

Quaker HouseQuakers believe that there is that of God in every person. In this spirit, we welcome all people regardless of age, race, differing abilities, gender identity, and sexual orientation.

Ann Arbor Friends Meeting is an unprogrammed Meeting affiliated with Friends General Conference. Our Meetings for Worship are held in expectant silence, without a program or pastor. Each worshiper seeks to listen to the spirit of God within. If that spirit brings to any of us a message that seems clearly to speak to the condition of others, we may rise to give that message as vocal ministry.

Visitors are welcome at either the early or the 11am meeting for worship. The early meeting usually has an attendance of about 20, and tends to have little vocal ministry. The late meeting may be attended by as many as 100, and often has more vocal ministry.

Children are invited to join their families in meeting for worship. Children attending 11:00 meeting may choose to join other children and volunteer adult leaders for the various activities of First Day School (Sunday School), which begins at about 11:20.


Clerks: Lisa Klopfer and Susan Hartman

Highlights of Announcements for August 2014

[Click on "Monthly Announcements" on left for announcements highlighted below]


    Combined Meeting for Worship at 10:00, August 31

    Reading & Discussion, August 10 & 24

    Final Summer Fun Day at Friends Lake, August 10

    Property Work Party, August 16

    Proposed Policy for Protection and Safety of Children and Youth



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