May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit. – Romans 15:13

A Ministry of Service – A Church Without Walls 

In addition to being one of the largest national human services organizations, Volunteers of America is an interdenominational church – a church with a distinctive ministry of service.  

Known as a church without wall, Volunteers of America Michigan’s Ministry of Service provides hope and love through ministry support for all those we serve. We lead with love, faith, and service, shaping a better future for the neighbor in need, their family, and their community. We are committed to embracing and serving all people regardless of differences in culture, denomination, ethnicity, political affiliation, race, gender or sexual identity or socioeconomic status. 

Working together, our committed employees, board members and volunteers can fulfill our mission and help our community thrive. 


Ministry Vision 

To illustrate the presence of God through all that we do. Our Ministry of Service focuses on providing a haven in which everyone has the potential to grow and find a purpose-filled life. Through our programs, we work to benefit our vulnerable population of seniors, veterans and family as well as having a great impact by inspiring our staff to be led by the Spirit. 

Commissioned Ministers  
(current VOAMI employees):  

Greg Fronizer  
Ronda Hall  
Nancy Spore 
Keshona Sterling 
Michele Watkins 

Constituent Ministers  
(volunteers and former employees):  

Georgina Aidoo 
Alex Brodrick 
Sharon Dade 
Renee Jones 
Aubrey Macfarlane 
Diane Singleton 
Jacqui Stoneman 
Lorraine Waterloo 

Just as each of you have received grace, minister in the same way to one another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God.  When anyone speaks, it should be like words of God.  When anyone ministers, it should be from the virtue that God provides, so that in all things God may be honored through Jesus Christ.  To him is glory and dominion forever and ever. Amen – 1 Peter 4:10-11

How YOU Can Help Those in Need 

Constituent Member: Constituent members are volunteers who have been continuously and actively engaged with Volunteers of America for at least two years and are seeking to deepen their connection to our ministry.  

Constituent Minister: Constituent ministers have been constituent members for at least two years and have applied for and been trained in ministry. Constituent members can be volunteers or former employees who remain active in the ministry. 

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