We are a community of Christians who are following the ancient tradition of the Orthodox Church, the original church that was born in Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost. In the Holy Spirit and through our Lord Jesus Christ, we try to continue “steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread and in prayers” [Acts 2:42], being “led by the Spirit of God” to become “sons of God”. [Romans 8:14]
We did our best to present ourselves in the pages of this website, but nothing can replace a personal relationship, so we hope you will come and visit us “and speak face to face, so that your joy may be made full.” [2 John 1:12] We worship throughout the week, seeking to follow the command of the Apostle Paul to "pray without ceasing". [1 Thessalonians 5: 17] Feel free to come to visit and to pray with us. You are always welcome in the House of the Lord!
WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE
9:00 AM - Matins
10:00 AM - Divine Liturgy
12:00 PM - Agape Fellowship Hour
6:00 PM - Vespers
6:45 PM - Adult Study
6:00 PM - Paraklesis
6:45 PM - Confession
6:00 PM - Great Vespers
6:45 PM - Confession
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To see a list of upcoming events, please visit our Calendar page.
Come join us for Romanian lunch or dinner. Yummy food and cakes!
May 25th 12pm-8pm
On June 2, our local GOYA chapter took a trip to our sister parish in Louisville, KY, for their annual Greek Festival. Many thanks to Fr. John Boukis and the parishioners of Assumption Greek Orthodox Church for making us welcome! If you are interested in joining GOYA, or in hearing about future events and opportunities for fellowship, please contact Fr. William or Mandy Xenos.
On April 14, our parish was honoured to host the Central District Oratorical Festival for the Metropolis of Detroit. Many thanks to all of the volunteers and speakers who helped to make the event a success, and congratulations to the young orators!
On December 2nd we hosted our 2017 Winter Youth Retreat. The theme was "Glory be to God in all things!" The children learned to connect the spirit of the American holiday of Thanksgiving with the spirit of thanksgiving which we should always cultivate towards God for all that He has given us, especially His Incarnation! Many thanks to the adult and youth volunteers who made the retreat a success!
Thank you to all who helped to make our Grand Opening a success!
Here is an animation of the festivities, courtesy of Dennis Karounos:
From August 20th through 27th, we were blessed to see Fr. Cosmin and his family as he returned to finish work on the iconostasis. The entire Holy Mother Queen of All/ Panagia Pantovasilissa community expresses its gratitude, and wishes Fr. Cosmin and his family many blessings from the Lord for all of the good work he has done in his selfless service to Christ.
His Eminence's Visit
His Eminence, Metropolitan Nicholas visited us on Sunday June, 11th. It was a very emotional day.
Holy Week and Pascha
Holy Week of 2017 will remain in the history of our church as the week when we moved and had the first services in our new church.
Everything was moved in on Holy Monday evening, April 10th. On Tuesday evening, we had the service of Blessing of Waters for our new church and the Bridegroom Matins. The following days, we had all the Holy Week and Pascha services in our new church. Glory to God for making us worthy to live such moments!