St. Paul Lutheran Church and School has been involved with the greater Ann Arbor community for over a 100 years. They began as a church in 1906 and grew into a church and school in 1925. In 1987 they obtained accreditation for their Early Childhood Center. They have given back to the community in a variety of ways including projects through Ann Arbor City Serve, Rake and Run with the Youth Group, Alpha House Meal Ministry, Friends in Deed, Hope Clinic, Daily Online Devotions, Veterans Affairs, Military, Sewing Groups and many more. It is their desire to gather people and grow in the knowledge of Christ and to go out and reach others. By giving back to the community people see the heart of St. Paul. Supporting the Alzheimer’s Association is another way of showing not only support for, but the love of Christ to those in need. Many people are living with, or supporting people with this terrible disease. If we can support them in any way possible, it is a step in the right direction.
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