Main Office: 248-541-6565
Faith Community Presbyterian Church: 248-349-2345
24-hour hotline: 313-831-5550
Alcoholic Anonymous meets at Holy Cross Episcopal Church, 40700 W. Ten Mile Road (between Meadowbrook & Haggerty Roads) on Monday and Friday evenings at 8:00pm.
Al Schneider, 248-626-0877
Celebrate Recovery at Brightmoor Christian Church
Tim & Nancy Mautz, 248-668-7014
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered 12 step recovery program addressing a litany of hurts, habits, and hang ups, including substance abuse, anxiety, anger, and more. Celebrate Recovery meets at Brightmoor Christian Church, 40800 W. 13 Mile Road, (corner of M5 and 13 Mile in Novi) on Mondays at 7:00pm.
Liz Wolber, 734-730-8943
Captain Deborah Coykendall
Community Clothes Closet at Holy Family Church
Bob Steeh, 248-449-1206
Scott Cramer, 313-702-9433
Mark Pehrson, 248-425-6645
Mark Sutton, 248-390-5481
Novi Choir Boosters
Claire Schurig, 248-449-1525
Novi Lions Club
Jerry Coonce, 248-348-0531
Members meet the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month at 6:00 Social, 6:30 Meeting at Big Tommy's Parthenon, 40380 Grand River.
Novi Meadows PTO
Sarah Frick, 989-798-4213
Denise Nussbaum, 248-349-7239
Novi Ministers Association
Fr. John Budde, 248-349-8847
Novi Woods PTO
Janet Cross, 248-344-2959
Oakland County Subregional Library for the Blind and Handicapped
Ask for Librarian, 248-858-5050
Orchard Hills PTO
Michelle Sankavic, 248-471-4928
Laurie Hildreth, 248-735-8059
Novi Student Services
Donna Tinberg, 248-449-1200
Youth for Understanding
Beginners and experienced speakers are welcome to join. Meetings are 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month from noon to 1pm. at Walsh College Novi. Call Brenda Meller at 248-823-1205 for more information or visit www.walshcollege.edu/Toastmasters.
Meetings are 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month from 7:00am-9:00am at Novi Civic Center. Email.
InForum is Michigan’s largest professional organization for women. We invite women professionals who are interested in professional networking to meet, discuss their professions, and network over coffee at Walsh College. Meetings are 3rd Wednesday of each month from 8:00am-9:00am. Call Lynn Valade at 248-320-4545.
The Sun, Water and Seeds 4-H Club is a group of kids (Ages 5-18) and adult volunteers learning about gardening, nutrition, food safety, cooking, and entrepreneurship. Meetings are Wednesdays 6:30pm. New members welcome! Visit our website or email or call 248-956-0029.
Novi Area Playgroup
Playgroups, mom/child outings, lunch brunch, seasonal theme parties, craft days, meet and greets, and monthly moms night out. If interested in joining, email us.
A non-profit organization providing support for the stay-at-home mom in Novi. Weekly playgroups, holiday parties, mid week activities, mom’s night out and more! Email for membership info.
Interested in Girl Scouts? Visit our website for information and to join. In Girl Scouts one will Discover, Connect and Take Action to become a leader while having fun. There are troops at every school in Novi.
Novi Troop 54
Meets Mondays at Novi Methodist Church
Scout Master: Eric Brown
Troop 407 (boys 6th grade through high school) - Meets weekly on Tuesday evenings at Novi Meadows 5th Grade cafeteria. Contact Scoutmaster John Heslop at 248-933.-010.
Pack 50 - Deerfield Elementary
Pack 54 - Novi Woods & Parkview Elementary
Pack 239 - Village Oaks Elementary
Pack 240 - Orchard Hills Elementary
Pack 746 - Thornton Creek Elementary
Visit our website and enter your zip code for current contact information.
The crew provides affordable high adventure, outdoor, and other activities for both boys and girls ages 14-21. The crew typically meets the 3rd Monday of each month.
Novi Emergency Food Bank
Faith Community Presbyterian Church
Every other Monday from 9:30am-10:15am
Available for those unemployed or low-income with proof and a resident of Novi, Wixom or New Hudson 248-349-2345
Northville/Novi Gardeners Club
Meetings of the Northville/Novi Gardeners Club are the second Monday of every month at 6:30pm September through June. Connie, 248-380-0500
A service group that supports the Library.
The NYHA is a non-profit, volunteer organization committed to cultivating and developing youths in the sport of ice hockey. Both house and travel teams are offered to support players ages from 4-18. The association also offers Learn To Play Hockey programs. To learn more call 248-735-0393 or email us.
Novi Motion Girls Basketball
The highly competitive travel team holds tryouts in January for girls ages 9-11 and March for ages 12-16. Ron Valente - 248-349-5464
The group maintains the trails and hosts cleanup days. Email
Competitive travel teams, offering both local league play and/or tournament play for girls ages 8-18. Tryouts are held in August. For more information, www.motorcitymadness.com or contact Chris Lawler - 248-735-1893 or 248-787-1500.
A youth football team for ages 8-13. Cheerleading is also available for the teams. Registration is in March and April. Football/Cheer Registration - Craig Howell 248-207-2925
A competitive soccer club, that will have tryouts June 15-17, 2013 for youth ages 7-17. Lisa Thinnes 248-374-1993.
Novi Youth Assistance
A year-round prevention program for youth and families living in the Novi school district. Free counseling is offered as well as mentoring programs, recreational and academic scholarship programs, youth recognition, summer recreation and referral services. 248-347-0410
Conducts baseball leagues for youths aged 7-18 (determined by May 1). For more information and to register online visit our website or email us.
A competitive swim club for youth ages 6-18.
Monyka Murphy, 248-875-8585
TOPS - Taking Off Pounds Sensibly
Wednesdays - 10:30am weigh-in, 11:00am meeting
Fox Run, 41000 13 Mile Road • Belmont Clubhouse - lower level music room.
Members meet Thursdays at 12:00pm at Novi United Methodist Church, 41671 W. 10 Mile Rd.
Meets: Second and fourth Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.Big Tommy's Parthenon, 40380 Grand River Ave, Novi.
Offers networking opportunities including Business to Business Breakfast, Membership Luncheons and After 5 Networking. 248-349-3743
WAZA Track Club
Doug McDowell, WAZA TC Director of Coaching, Phone: 586-291-2645
Paula Holbel, WAZA TC Manager & Treasurer
40800 13 Mile Rd.
Pastor Jamie Kjos
(Also see Celebrate Recovery above under organizations, a Christ-centered 12 step recovery program.)
Christ Presbyterian Church
23455 Novi Road
Novi, MI 48375
Pastor Dr. James McGuire
29000 Meadowbrook Rd.
Pastor Danny Langley
21260 Haggerty Rd.
Pastor Ron Blake
Detroit Japanese Christian Fellowship
45301 Eleven Mile Rd.
Reverand Kanji Fuki
P.O. Box 605
Novi, MI 48376
Pastor James H. Moseley Jr.
Asst. Pastor Ashaki M. Moseley
44400 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Pastor Dick Henderson
First Baptist Church of Novi
45301 Eleven Mile Rd.
Pastor Dr. Gary Elfner
41415 W. Nine Mile Rd.
Pastor Thomas E. Schoreder
Grace Immanuel Bible Church
21900 Meadowbrook Road
Pastor Charles Sexton
40700 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Rev. Ann Webber
24505 Meadowbrook Rd.
Father Timothy Hogan
45301 W 11 Mile Rd
Pastor Jon Hix
21355 Meadowbrook Rd.
Rev. Art Ritter
42142 Loganberry Ridge N.
Rabbi Avrohom Susskind
41671 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Rev. June M. Smith
50200 Ten Mile Rd.
Pastor Bob Shirock
23893 Beck Rd.
Pastor Tim Whyte
133 Orchard Street
Northville, MI 48167
Father Denis B. Théroux
Pastor David Gardner
Sunday Worship: 10:30am - Novi Civic Center
Wednesday - Life Group
Contact us for more info.
46325 Ten Mile Rd.
Father George Charnley
The Relational Church
Novi Civic Center
Novi, MI 48375
Pastor Michael Zerkich