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 ...to the website of Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Church, Livonia, MI. The parish is in the Diocese of the Midwest of the Orthodox Church in America. We hope that you will visit us and find us to be a warm, friendly, and loving parish. You can obtain information about our parish services, ministries and events by clicking on the appropriate links on this page.


Quotes from the Fathers

Fasting is the champion of every virtue, the beginning of the struggle, the crown of the abstinent, the beauty of virginity and sanctity, the resplendence of chastity, the commencement of the path of Christianity, the mother of prayer, the well-spring of sobriety and prudence, the teacher of stillness, and the precursor of all good works. Just as the enjoyment of light is coupled with healthy eyes, so desire for prayer accompanies fasting that is practised with discernment.

~St Isaac the Syrian

But let us who are weak and passionate have the courage to offer our infirmity and natural weakness to Christ with unhesitating faith, and confess it to Him; and we shall be certain to obtain His help, even beyond our merit, if only we unceasingly go right down to the depth of humility.

~St John Climacus, The Ladder of Divine Ascent, 1.8


Schedule of Services

(please always consult the parish calendar for specifics) 

Saturday

Great Vespers and confessions: 5pm

Sunday

Church School (Sept. - May): 9:00am

Divine Liturgy (Sept. - May): 10:00am

Divine Liturgy (June - August): 9:00am

Tuesday

Matins: 5:30am

Wednesday

Vespers: 6:30pm

Orthodoxy Class (adult education): 7:15pm

Thursday

Divine Liturgy: 7am

Schedule of Services for Great Lent and Holy Week

The schedule of services for Great Lent and Holy Week is now available on the parish calendar. Great Lent begins on March 3 and Pascha is April 20.

Archpastoral Message of His Beatitude, Metropolitan Tikhon on the Beginning of Great Lent 2014

His Beatitude's message can be read here.

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