Service allows us to experience our capacity for generosity, which lifts us above daily trials and opens our hearts. It provides an opportunity to practice nonjudgment by seeing the wholeness in everyone, whatever the circumstances. If you ever feel depressed or alone, serving others is a quick pathway to connection.
The Alpha House provides shelter and services for homeless families in our area. On a quarterly basis we have an opportunity to cook breakfast or dinner for Alpha House residents.
Is service at Alpha House for you? Join fellow Interfaithers in lending a hand to homeless families.
- Interfaith organizer, contact: Heide Kaminski, firstname.lastname@example.org
- What to Expect: See the Alpha House website
Ever wondered why we have that big barrel inside the doorway to the Social Hall? It’s how we collect non-perishable foods to help hungry people in Washtenaw County. Bring canned and packaged staples, vegetables, and proteins to the Center and feed our barrel.
Generosity lifts us out of our own concerns and allows us to recognize and share our blessings. We invite you to practice generosity regularly by picking up something extra each time you grocery shop.
- Food Barrel Chief: Rob Fagerlund email@example.com
- More information: See the Food Gatherers website
Ann Arbor’s Annual Crop Walk
Every year, we participate in the Ann Arbor Crop Walk to help end world hunger. Move your body and enjoy good company while helping a great cause, and support our youth in their Crop Walk pledge drive too. Future dates TBA
Help Out at Interfaith
We learn and grow together in service to our spiritual community. Your presence, skills, and energy are treasured. We have a very small staff…it takes a village! Click here to get involved.