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Men's Ministry: Thursday, January 5 6:30 p.m.
 "O Come Let Us Adore Him" Join us for Eucharist Adoration, Benediction, and Song. Afterwards, all men are invited to the PAC for pizza, beer, and fellowship.

Grieving with Great Hope Jan. 13-14.
A weekend grief support workshop that offers a prayerful, practical and personal approach for anyone who is mourning the loss of a loved one. If you have lost a spouse, a child (including pregnancy loss), a grandchild, a parent, another family member or a friend, you are encouraged to attend.

"Nollaig na mban".
“Nollaig na mban” is an Irish tradition, celebrated on the Epiphany of the Lord, in which women gather in each other’s homes or the local pub for relaxation and celebration after the long holiday. Come join in this special Irish tradition, with special gifts to celebrate your hard work and dedication to your families, and learn about the Feast of the Epiphany from our Ireland-native pastor, Fr. James.

Common Conference Registration Form
Saturday, January 21 10:00 a.m.—3:30 p.m, Parish Activity Center
Contact Marty Lucas at 734.821.2125

2017 Catholic Habitat House
April 1st., - June 10th, 2017, members of St. Francis Parish along with other Catholics in Washtenaw County will be working to complete renovations on the house at: 1438 Bud Ave., Ypsilanti, MI 48198. Sign-up to work. Also, help us with fundraising. Give online by texting: H4HCatholic to 71777. Or, visit MobileCause:

Ongoing Parish Projects

Join the Parish Children's Choir
For Children in grades preK-5. Middle School and High School Youth are needed to help sing with the younger children. Practice on Thursdays at 6:15 pm in the Choir Room. Read More

Assist at Emergency Food Program  (*)
administered by Catholic Social Services at Northside Community Center, Ann Arbor, which distributes groceries and personal care items to low-income families and individuals on a monthly and/or emergency basis.

Serve a Meal to the Hungry!
Every third Friday evening of the month, prepare and serve a meal at the Ann Arbor Community Kitchen.

Sustainability Project
Join us as we are connecting faith and ecology, creation and climate. Learn More


St. Francis Parish Career Network
See ways to help unemployed Parishioners

Stephen Minister Training - APPLICATION.
Stephen Ministers are listeners providing distinctively Christian confidential care for people going through difficult times. 

Service Project Opportunities
Looking for service ideas and contacts in our community

For More Information contact our Parish Office at or 734-769-2550.

Parish Forms

Parish Registration or Registration-Español

Join the Parish today! Read More

Change of Address
Change address, email, or contact information

Sunday Offering Direct Debit
Make Sunday contributions electronically with direct debit transfer. Read More

Your Gifts: Your Works
(Previously known as Time and Talent)
Share your gifts and works - help create a strong community of faith. Read More

Prayer Request
Prayer requests are remembered in prayer by the homebound members of the parish for three weeks.
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Ministerio Hispano
Subscribe to the email newsletter from our Hispanic Ministry

School Forms

St. Francis School Forms
All registration and Extend School Program forms for preschool through eighth grade.

Religious Education Forms

Religious Education (RE) & Vacation Bible School Forms

See our full list of RE Forms, including Registration and Sacramental preparation forms!

Preschool Enrichment Sign-Up
Registration for 2016-2017 Preschool Enrichment classes (3 & 4 year old children) has begun.
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Event Information

Current Parish Events
See seasonal event, most recent bulletin and archive of back issues. A two week calendar with meeting times and locations and liturgy intentions can be found in the Bulletin. Check events, scripture reading, prayer lists and so much more.

What is the PAC?

PAC is the abbreviation we use for our Parish Activity Center. Its main entrance is located at the top of the wide stairs, east of the Church and west the School, off the main parking lot accessible from East Stadium Blvd.