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Southeast Area Associations Office

P.O. Box 21850

Detroit, MI 48221-0850

Phone: 313/864 1411 

Fax: 313/864 1783

Email:  seamichucc@att.ne

Southeast Area Associations
Where God is still speaking,

Welcome!

The Southeast Area Associations of the Michigan Conference, United Church of Christ consists of the Detroit Metropolitan Association with 30 churches and the Eastern Association with 11 churches.

 

For more information or to find a church in your area click on the Association tab link above.

 

The Southeast Area Office is located on the 2nd floor of the Mayflower Congregational UCC, building on Detroit's Northwest side.

 

 

Annual Retired Clergy Christmas Luncheon -

December 12th at 12 noon 2012 at Old St. John UCC Church -

2120 Russell Street, Detroit

RSVP to Margo Allen 586-775-8784 dmamargo@aol.com

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Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays  10:00am to 3:00 pm

 

 
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