At Washtenaw County Jail we need a
priest for Mass.
- For Mass on Saturdays all ministers ENTER the Jail together at 8:45am; and depart at about 10:45am.
- Priests need only to bring a drivers' license & an alb & your Sunday homily. All other supplies provided.
- At the jail (with the bishop's permission) The "Sunday Liturgy" is celebrated on Saturday mornings.
Our Jail Volunteer Orientations are normally scheduled on a Saturday morning, 9:00am - 11:30am, by the jail staff. To Sign-up for The Next Orientation Click Here! All ministers must attend the Jail Orientations! (Orientations are required for all volunteers and ministers including our deacons & priests). Orientations are scheduled only four times a year (around Feb, April, July, and Oct.).
Dear Priests, Once you have been cleared to enter the jail for ministry, your name will remain on the list for 1 year. Therefore, your clearance status will expire on the same date in one year. Please mark this date in your calendar. Please try to recall the month or date on which your clearance expires. To remain on the cleared list beyond your expiration date, please be sure to update your clearance status by completing another Jail Volunteer Orientation.
See: our full Jail Ministry Team Schedule, or, additional details about this ministry.
See Christian Initiation of Adults in Exceptional Circumstances adapted for use in the Jail.
Questions? Contact Scott Wright (734-821-2121) at St. Francis Parish Office, Ann Arbor, MI.
Or, contact Gary Roche (734-646-0481).
|| Scott Wright at St. Francis Parish Office