Ministries Linked With Ours

Crossroads is a social service outreach agency with two locations in Detroit. Founded in 1971, Crossroads exists to support the community at large by providing emergency assistance, advocacy, and counseling to anyone in need.

Habitat Grosse Pointe Partners is an ecumenical partnership of Grosse Pointe churches dedicated to supporting the work of Habitat for Humanity.

We serve homeless and at-risk girls and young women through shelter, prevention and and outreach programs.

The Arc is the largest national community-based organization advocating for and serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. The Harper Woods chapter is housed in our church school wing.

Two local chapters of Alcoholics Anonymous meet weekly at St. Michael’s, one on Sunday evenings, the other on Monday and Thursday evenings. 

We facilitate healthier, more fulfilling lives in communities struggling with hunger, poverty, disaster and disease.

Business Network International meets in our building every Wednesday morning. 

Alzheimer’s Support Group meets the first Wednesday of each month.

A chapter of Narcotics Anonymous meets at St. Michael’s on Thursday evenings.

The Helm is more than just a place— It’s an essential resource for adults in our community.

Whether you or someone you love has been diagnosed with cancer, or have recently lost someone to cancer, there is a place for you at Gilda’s Club.

The name of the church is Trinity Episcopal Church. We used to be known as Spirit of Hope. Now, we are a mission community of the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan. We partner with several organizations and congregations, in an ecumenical and collaborative spirit to feed those who are hungry in our neighborhood.

Canterbury House is the Episcopal Church’s campus ministry at the University of Michigan.

CROP Hunger Walks – the original Walk in the U.S. – are community-wide events that are sponsored by Church World Service and organized by local congregations and groups to raise funds to end hunger at home and around the world.

A sanctuary for women survivors of human trafficking.

Through United Thank Offering (UTO) individuals are invited to embrace and deepen a personal daily spiritual discipline of gratitude. UTO is entrusted to receive the offerings, and to distribute the 100% of what is collected to support innovative mission and ministry throughout The Episcopal Church and Provinces of the Anglican Communion.