Sweetest Heart Of Mary Roman Catholic Church60 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 4440 Russel Street, Detroit, MI 48207, United States.
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3138316659
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Cathedral
A Polish church located on the East Canfield Street in Detroit, in the Forest Park neighbourhood, Sweetest Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church is part of the new Mother of Divine Mercy parish.
The crossgabledroof and the red brick church in cruciform shape is worth seeing. Don’t miss the two towers at the entrance with the spires, buttresses and crosses. The interiors are breathtaking and awe-inspiring with award winning stained glass windows and gorgeous chandeliers.
They have various events throughout the year like the Polish festival in summer, the Lenten Fish Fry held during Feb-March, the Canadian/US fireworks in June and Pierogi Festival in August.
Sweetest Heart Of Mary Roman Catholic Church Travel Tips
- Bring a sweater or coat along as it can get chilly.
- Secured free parking available.
Sweetest Heart Of Mary Roman Catholic Church Hours
- The Sunday Mass is held at 10 a.m. with confessions on Saturday at 3.30 p.m. besides other prayer programs held regularly.
How to Reach Sweetest Heart Of Mary Roman Catholic Church
- Bus No 040 stops at Russell & Canfield
- Royal Grill Restaurant
- You Name It
- Seva Detroit
- Louie’s Ham & Corned Beef
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Sweetest Heart Of Mary Roman Catholic Church Reviews & Ratings
What a beautiful church! The food was fantastic and the food was absolutely delicious! I took my family for the perogi festival in August. The festival was lots of fun. There was live music, a polka band. The good vendors sold a variety of Polish specialties. The was also a kids play area and several vendors selling Polish apparel. The only reason I didn't give a 5 is because of the potato pancake fiasco. The sweet older ladies took my money and gave me the number 81. Well, the people making the pancakes were at 51. Over an hour later, chaos ensued and some tempers started flaring. At that point I told my girls that we were leaving. I wasn't there for drama and I considered the money a church donation at that point.
So beautiful, a wonderful historic church that felt very warm and peaceful. A must see if traveling please go and support this church so it survives for many generations. The church is dedicated to Mary and clearly you can feel her influence here, our brief stay made a lasting impression on me. I love this church.
Absolutely stunning. "I have found a paper of mine among some others in which I call architecture 'petrified music.' Really there is something in this; the tone of mind produced by architecture approaches the effect of music." - Goethe
I can not describe how beautiful and serene this church is....the pictures will explain its beauty and architecture. The atmosphere was great....I attended wedding of a family member. The ceremony was conducted in a disciplined and time bound manner that included beautiful singing and readings. The Pastor spoke so well about the meaning of "marriage" explaining the duty and responsibility that comes with it for both the bride and the groom. It was a wonderful experience.
Wonderful old neighborhood Polish Festival. The cathedral is beautiful. The parish is a mixture of local residents and others who now live in suburban Detroit.