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Service Schedule

We hold the following divine services every week. Please check our calendar for upcoming feast days and special weekday services. Confession is available before each liturgy.

Saturday: 7 p.m. Vespers

Sunday: 10 a.m. Orthros & Sunday School, 11 a.m. Divine Liturgy

Feast days are usually celebrated at Great Vespers at 6 p.m. on the evening before the feast and Divine Liturgy at 6 p.m. on the feast day.

Online Giving

Honor the Lord with your wealth, with the first fruits of all your crops.
- Proverbs 3:9.

You can donate using a bank account or credit/ debit card through Flocknote. Donations can be made for one time or set up as recurring donations.

May God bless all the generous benefactors of our church.

St. Joseph Melkite Greek Catholic Church is the Melkite Greek Catholic parish for south-central Michigan. The congregation of St. Joseph Church comprises mainly Greek Catholics from Lebanon and Palestine. But parish membership is not limited to Arabic-speaking Christians; St. Joseph parish welcomes everyone interested in the Bible-based, family-oriented Christian tradition given to the Apostles and handed down by them.

We welcome you to come and share the Divine Life with us through participation in the life of the Church: the Holy Mysteries/Sacraments, the Divine Liturgy, prayer and fasting, and the common life of loving service to one another. This is the participation in the Divine Life that Our Blessed Savior Jesus Christ came to give us, participation in the Divine Nature; in a word: holiness.

Roman Catholics who are baptized and confirmed may share the Holy Eucharist with us, as can Orthodox Christians. We are always ready to share with those who come to the faith once given to the Apostles lived and guarded and preserved by us until now. Please come to visit us. You will find orthodoxy of faith, purity of doctrine, beauty of worship, and a commitment to struggle for holiness among people just like you.

Father Michael Skrocki
Father Michael Skrocki


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