Holy Transfiguration Church Accessible

Livonia, Michigan

Holy Transfiguration Church

Founded 1988

Diocese: Diocese of the Midwest

Deanery: Michigan Deanery

Address

36075 W Seven Mile Rd
Livonia, Michigan 48152-3239

Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

http://orthodoxlivonia.org

Office: 248-476-3432

Fax: 248-476-9670

Parish Contacts

V. Rev. Michael E Butler
Rector
36033 W 7 Mile Rd
Livonia, MI 48152
Phone: 440-463-0992
Rev. Vitaly Bahanovich
Retired, Attached
Protodn. Jacob Frimenko
[Protodeacon]

Lay Leadership

Ms. Ms Sharon Gomulka
Choir Director
Home: 248-477-6411
Mr. Joel Ashton
Youth Coordinators
Home: 734-635-0216

Directions

General Location
Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Church is located in northern Livonia, Michigan.  Livonia is a western suburb of Detroit.

We’re on 7 Mile Rd between Newburgh and Wayne, less than 5 minutes east from the I-275 expressway.  We are on the south side of 7 Mile, across the road from Fox Hills Golf Course.

Schedule of Services

Please see parish website for services.

Parish Background

In 1988, His Grace Bishop Boris (Geeza) blessed the members of the Chapel to establish a new church on the Seven Mile Rd property and assigned Fr Matsko as the full-time pastor.  The church membership voted to name this church Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Church (HTOC).  Slowly, but surely, membership increased.  HTOC purchased an additional two acres of land which adjoined the current property.  The house on the property became a rectory for Fr Matsko and his family until a new home was constructed on the property.

Following construction of the parish home, a garage facility was added to the original building.  At that point, the membership voted to construct a new church facility.  On October 11, 1998, His Grace Bishop Job broke ground where our current building exists.  Constuction started in 1999 and was completed in March, 2000.  Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Church was consecrated on May 2004 by His Beatitude Metropolitan HERMAN and His Grace Bishop Job.  This consecration is indeed not a culmination, but a new beginning of God’s blessings on His faithful servants.  May God grant HTOC many, many years.