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This congregation meets in a beautiful historic building near downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan. St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church is active in the community, particularly in feeding the hungry.
I’ve not been to a service there, but the chapel was open when I visited this morning. It was a small, quiet place that seemed frozen in the 1960’s. More important than that, though, was it was a great place to pray. I felt better having spent a few minutes inside, communing with God.
Unless I’m missing something, the website does not have information regarding the church’s history. But it does have good information about the church’s present work, both in the community and with its congregants.