The Compassion Inn is a non-profit hospitality house designed to offer temporary lodging for out-of-town patients and families receiving care at one of our local medical centers: University of Michigan Hospital (Michigan Medicine), Veterans Administration Hospital and St. Joseph Mercy Hospital.
The Inn has three private bedrooms and two shared bathrooms with a kitchenette. Compassion Inn is supported through donations, allowing accommodations to be provided to our guests at no charge. Please explore our site, consider a contribution and contact us with any questions.
Our church is located at 1646 East Forest Ave. in Ypsilanti, MI 48198. Compassion Inn is located next door to our church. Please call (734) 483-8812 or email us with any questions and for Inn availability. A member of our church will get back to you as soon as possible.
Compassion Inn is solely supported through donations. We appreciate any and all contributions. Donations are processed via PayPal. Donors do not need to have a PayPal account to donate and all major credit cards are accepted. Thank you kindly for your donations.
First Wesleyan Church of Ypsilanti
The First Wesleyan Church in Ypsilanti began in 1943 as the result of the passion and prayers of both adults and teens within the Pilgrim Holiness denomination. Through the years, First Wesleyan Church has focused on reaching out to its neighborhood (especially children), teaching the Word of God, and giving to people in need. We look forward to God's plan for our future.
Hospital Hospitality Residence
- Completely Renovated Home
- Three Bedrooms
- Two Bathrooms
- Kitchenette and Dining Table
- Sleeps Up to 5 People
- Free Wi-Fi, Basic TV Channels
- Close to 3 Washtenaw County Hospitals
A Few Words From Our Past Guests
"This was such a nice place to stay. I can't explain the amount of appreciation I have for your help. We live 3 hours from the hospital and without a place like this, I would have never been able to afford to be close every day for my son."
"Such a lovely, peaceful house for us to stay in while my husband has been recovering from a kidney transplant. It has been such a blessing to our family! A special thank you for the love, care, and encouraging words."