Come and See!

23300 W. Chicago
Redford, MI 48239

Or visit us on Facebook: @stinnocentredford

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Christ First!

Welcome to the St. Innocent of Irkutsk Russian Orthodox Church Website

 

We are deeply committed to being obedient to Christ and putting Him first within a world that is dying to live!  

 

If you are drawn to this way of life, please join us! We are a Russian Orthodox parish under the Moscow Patriarchate, located in Redford Township. We were formed in 1967 as an English-speaking parish, named in honor of St. Innocent, the first Bishop of Irkutsk (an Eastern Siberian city). Today, the parish is comprised of Americans of diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds, including numerous converts. 

 


Divine Service & Study Schedule 

 Saturday

Inquirer Catechesis - 2:00 PM 
Vigil & First Hour - 4:00 PM

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Sunday

Hours and Confessions - 9:30 AM
Divine Liturgy - 10:00 AM
Followed by Trapeza, Rector Chat, and Children's Choir Practice 

Wednesday
Moleben/Akathist to St. John the Wonderworker of Shanghai and San Francisco - 6:00 PM
Friday
Zoom Rector Chat - 5:00 PM

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Great Lent 

Wednesday, Akathist to the Divine Passion - 6:00 PM
Friday, Pre-Sanctified Divine Liturgy - 7:00 PM
Sunday, Passia Service - 1:30 PM 

 


A SPECIAL MESSAGE TO OUR  VISITORS: 

  • You are welcome here. No one is judging you. 
  • We will not do anything to embarrass you, or that will make you uncomfortable. 
  • Our children worship with us. If you have young children, they are welcome here, too. If you need to step out for a minute for any reason, you are not disturbing us. We expect children to be raised in the Church and to accomplish that, they have to be IN THE CHURCH.
  • If you are an Orthodox Christian, and you have prepared yourself to receive Holy Communion according to your Spiritual Father’s direction, be sure to introduce yourself to a priest before the service. Once you have informed the priest of your status, you are welcome to approach the chalice.

  • We ask all who attend the Divine Services of the Church to dress modestly, as we are coming into the presence of the Living God (i.e. please refrain from wearing shorts, t-shirts, revealing dresses or blouses, etc.; we also ask that women cover their heads as is the dignified custom from ancient times). 

We are part of the worldwide Orthodox Church – the oldest Christian Church in the world. We welcome you to pray with us and grow with us, by the power of God's infinite mercy and love. You are warmly invited to "come and see." 


Life at St. Innocent

Photos of our life together as we seek to keep "Christ First!"

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  • 28

    Nov

    Sunday
    15 November
    9:30 Confessions/Hours

    9:30 Choir Rehearsal

    10:00 Divine Liturgy

    Noon Trapeza and Rector Chat
    Fast: wine & oil
  • 1

    Dec

    Wednesday
    18 November
    6:00 Akathist to St. John the Wonderworker
    Fast
  • 3

    Dec

    Friday
    20 November
    5:00 Zoom Rector Chat
    Fast
  • 4

    Dec

    Saturday
    21 November
    ENTRANCE OF THE THEOTOKOS
    10:00 Divine Liturgy for the Feast 
    4:00 Vigil
    Fast: fish, wine, & oil
  • 5

    Dec

    Sunday
    22 November
    9:30 Confessions/Hours

    9:30 Choir Rehearsal

    10:00 Divine Liturgy

    Noon Trapeza and Rector Chat
    Fast: wine & oil
  • 8

    Dec

    Wednesday
    25 November
    6:00 Vesperal Divine Liturgy for the Feast
    Fast
  • 10

    Dec

    Friday
    27 November
    5:00 Zoom Rector Chat
    Fast
  • 11

    Dec

    Saturday
    28 November
    4:00 Vigil
    Fast: wine & oil
  • 12

    Dec

    Sunday
    29 November
    9:30 Confessions/Hours

    9:30 Choir Rehearsal

    10:00 Divine Liturgy

    Noon Trapeza and Rector Chat
    Fast: wine & oil
  • 15

    Dec

    Wednesday
    2 December
    6:00 Akathist to St. John the Wonderworker
    Fast

Orthodox Calendar

***Disclaimer: St. Innocent of Irkutsk Orthodox Church is in no way affiliated with St. Innocent of Alaska Monastery (located in Redford) or any persons belonging to the "Monastic Community".*** 

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