Opening in Ann Arbor Friends Meeting’s Residential Community
The Quaker House Residential Community attached to the Ann Arbor Friends Meetinghouse has a vacancy. The house, near the University of Michigan’s central campus, has rooms for six residents. Shared kitchen, dining room, living room, laundry facilities, and backyard with vegetable garden. This intentional community strives to embody commitments to “multicultural/racial/ethnic/LGBTQ inclusivity; simple, economical, and environmentally friendly living; mature, stable and supportive relationships; open, forthright and honest communication; peace, social justice, and respect for all.” The house and grounds are smoke-free. Sorry, no pets. Residents share cooking and cleaning responsibilities.
Applications will be accepted immediately (contact Elliott Brannon at firstname.lastname@example.org), but the application process, which includes a written form and a mutual interview, takes several weeks. The Meeting website provides a description of the QHRC (https://annarborfriends.org/wp/comm-qhrc/). Photos at http://tiny.cc/QHRoom.