St. Paul Cathedral

Dearborn Heights, Michigan

St. Paul Cathedral

Founded 1970

Diocese: Bulgarian Diocese

Deanery: Bulgarian Diocese Chancery

Address

700 Beech Daly Rd
Dearborn Heights, Michigan 48127

Office: 313-565-9863

Parish Contacts

Rev. Robert J. Royer
Acting Rector
700 N Beech Daly Rd
Dearborn Heights, MI 48127
Home: 313-565-9863
Rev. Feodor (Frank) Timpko
Retired, Attached
7010 Normille
Dearborn, MI 48126
Home: 313-584-4481
Dn. Basil Frenchek
Attached
29030 Meadowlark Dr
Gibraltar, MI 48173

Lay Leadership

Dn. Basil Frenchek
Church School Coordinator
Mr. David Rehn
Youth Coordinator
14305 Garfield
Redford, MI 48239

Directions

General Location
St Paul Cathedral in Dearborn Heights is located west of Detroit and Dearborn, south of Redford and Livonia, east of Westland and north of Allen Park and Taylor.

From I-96 Expressway
Take the Beech Daly exit and go south for 5 miles.  The Cathedral is on the east side of Beech Daly Rd (#700) between SS Peter and Paul Romanian Orthodox Church and Our Savior Polish National Catholic Church.

From I-94 Expressway
Take the Telegraph exit.  Go north for about 10 miles to the intersection of Cherry Hill.  Go west on Cherry Hill for 1 mile to the intersection of Beech Daly Rd.  Go north on Beech Daly Rd for about 1/4 mile.  The Cathedral is on the east side of Beech Daly Rd (#700) between SS Peter and Paul Romanian Orthodox Church and Our Savior Polish National Catholic Church.

Schedule of Services

Services are in English.

10:00 AM Divine Liturgy.
Sunday Morning

6:30 PM Vespers and Confession.
Eves of Great Feasts

10:00 AM Divine Liturgy.
Mornings of Great Feasts

6:30 PM Vespers and Presanctified Liturgy.
Wednesday evenings of Great Lent

See headings under “Upcoming Events” for other Lenten and Holy Week services, or call the parish for additional service information.
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Parish Background

Originally, the parish consisted of Macedonian and Bulgarian immigrants in between the World Wars.  Now there are second, third, and fourth generation Macedonian and Bulgarian families as well as other Slavs, Russians, Ukrainians, Greeks, Ethiopians, Arabs, and converts.