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St. Clare of Assisi Episcopal Church, May 1969

St. Clare of Assisi Episcopal Church, May 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 24, 1969
Caption
The congregation of St. Clare of Assisi Episcopal Church will gather at 4 p.m. tomorrow for the dedication of their new church building at 2303 Packard Rd. St. Clare has grown in the last 16 years from a small chapel (far left) donated by the late Dr. Inez Wisdom to the large, modern building pictured above. The Rev. John Hooper, dean of the Huron Valley Convocation, will officiate at the ceremony. The Rev. Colin Campbell Jr. is rector of the church.

St. Clare Episcopal Mission Plans Rummage Sale, February 1965

St. Clare Episcopal Mission Plans Rummage Sale, February 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 17, 1965
Caption
Plan Rummage Sale Mrs. James Bowker (left) and Mrs. Gertrude Leidy are sorting rummage for a sale to be sponsored Feb. 24 by St. Clare's Episcopal Mission. Proceeds will go toward missionary work and the projected new church building.

Afternoon Tea at St. Clare's Episcopal Mission, June 1964

Afternoon Tea at St. Clare's Episcopal Mission, June 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1964
Caption
Afternoon tea on the lawn of St. Clare's Episcopal Mission, 2309 Packard Rd., will be a highlight of the mission's annual bazaar which will be held Saturday and Mrs. Carl Patterson (center) of Worden Avenue and her daughter Deborah, (left), find that the setting is ideal. Assisting them is Coralee Hogan, daughter of the Harold Hogans of Sunnywood Drive. The bazaar will begin at 2 p.m.

Committee Members Preparing For Bazaar & Carnival at St. Clare's Episcopal Mission, May 1963

Committee Members Preparing For Bazaar & Carnival at St. Clare's Episcopal Mission, May 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 21, 1963
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Bazaar Items: Getting ready for the bazaar-carnival Saturday at St. Clare's Episcopal Mission are committee members (from left) Mrs. Maurice Jackson, Mrs. Robert Fletcher and Miss Mary Campbell. Handmade items will be sold and games will be featured. The church is located at 2309 Packard Rd.

St. Clare of Assisi Episcopal Church plans addition, October 1967

St. Clare of Assisi Episcopal Church plans addition, October 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 10, 1967
Caption
Marking the Spot Members of the Episcopal Churchwomen of St. Clare of Assisi Episcopal Church, 2309 Packard, mark the limits of the planned addition to their church building facilities. Mrs. John C. Dute (left) and Miss Gertrude L. Griffith will be pourers at the fall membership tea of the expanding church center Thursday. Mrs. Colin Campbell Jr. (right) will be hostess for the event at the church rectory from 2 to 4 p.m. Work on the new sanctuary will begin soon.

St. Clare Church Founders and Rev. Colin Campbell, November 1965

St. Clare Church Founders and Rev. Colin Campbell, November 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 26, 1965
Caption
Aided In Development Four persons instrumental in the growth of St. Clare's Episcopal Mission to parish status talk with the present rector, the Rev. Colin Campbell Jr. (right) in front of Dr. Inez Wisdom's home at 2301 Packard. The four are: the Rev. Philip Schenk, the first rector, and Mrs. Schenk (left), Miss Gertrude Griffith, Dr. Wisdom's companion, and Dr. Wisdom, whose gift made the mission possible.

Rev. Charles Gensheimer, Rev. John Woods, and Rev. Colin Campbell planning "A Witness to Christian Renewal," October 1965

Rev. Charles Gensheimer, Rev. John Woods, and Rev. Colin Campbell planning "A Witness to Christian Renewal," October 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1965
Caption
Discuss Plans Discussing plans for "A Witness to Christian Renewal," are (from left), the Rev. Charles Gensheimer of Westminster Presbyterian Church, the Rev. John Woods of Bethel AME Church, and the Rev. Colin Campbell of St Clare's Episcopal Church. A Roman Catholic priest will speak at the meeting sponsored by the Ann Arbor-Washtenaw Council of Churches, at 8 p.m. Sunday at Ann Arbor High School.