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Weekend Mass Times:
Saturday Vigil 5 pm; Sunday 7 am; 8:30 am; 10:30 am; 12:30 pm; 5 pm.
Please note that the last Sunday 5 p.m. Mass until fall is May 29. The Sunday 5 p.m. Mass resumes September 18.
Daily Mass Times: Monday--Friday at 9:15 a.m. Daily Masses (M T W F) are held in the chapel, located downstairs in church. Thursday Masses are held in the main church and are followed by our holy hour and Eucharistic Adoration (ending normally at 6:30 p.m.)
Reconciliation (Confession or Penance) Times: Saturdays from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Job Opening -- New Director of Music and Worship
St. Francis of Assisi Parish, Ann Arbor, is a growing 3000 household parish with a vibrant parish life and a strong emphasis on prayer, liturgy, evangelization and service/outreach of others. You will be joining a full-time Pastoral Team under the leadership of the pastor. We are seeking a new full time minister to join our team and to oversee and direct the important areas of music and worship.
The ideal candidate will be one that has a strong and vibrant Catholic faith, innovative, sensitive to the cultural experiences of our diverse community and knowledgeable of the rich tapestry of Catholic liturgy and music. In addition to the personal, administrative and leadership competencies and skills required of all pastoral ministers, the Director of Music and Worship will be technically proficient in organ and piano keyboard, voice and choral/instrumental conducting. Ability to work in Spanish would be a plus.
Position will be available July 1st. Salary negotiable; benefits available. Further information on this position is available here.
All resumes and applications with academic credentials, references and salary requirements should be sent by June 7 to:
Rev. Fr. James Conlon, Pastor
St. Francis of Assisi Parish,
2150 Frieze Ave,
Ann Arbor MI 48104