Annunciation Church Accessible

Walker, Michigan

Founded 1995

Diocese: Romanian Episcopate

Deanery: Michigan Deanery

Address

2573 Hillside Dr NW
Walker, Michigan 49554-1929

Mailing address:

8247 Woodsone Dr SE
Byron Center, MI 49315-8480

Parish Contacts

V. Rev. Florian Anton Frunza
Pastor
Home: 616-656-0763

Directions

General Location
The Mission holds services at St Adalbert Church, 671 Davis St NW, Grand Rapids, MI.

From the west
Follow the 196 Freeway, take the Lane Ave exit.  At the exit, turn left on Lane Ave, then turn right on 4th St NW and go straight until you reach Davis St.  Turn left onto Davis.  The church is located across from the big church in the last building (before 5th St) on the left side of Davis St.

From the East
Follow the 196 Freeway, take the Lane Ave exit.  At the exit, turn right on Lane Ave, then turn right on 4th St NW and go straight until you reach Davis St.  Turn left onto Davis.  The church is located across from the big church in the last building (before 5th St) on the left side of Davis St.

Schedule of Services

10:30 AM Divine Liturgy.
Sunday Morning

Confessions are heard one half-hour before Liturgy and after Liturgy.
Confessions

Parish Background

On Christmas 1994 the first Holy Liturgy in Romanian was served with the blessing of His Grace, Bishop Nathaniel in Grand Rapids by Archimandrite Roman Braga, helped by the nuns of Holy Dormition Monastery in Rives Junction, MI.  In March 1995, the Mission was established under the name of “SS Constantine and Helen.”  In August 1996, following the indication of Bishop Nathaniel, the Mission changed its name to “Annunciation.”

On August 1, 1996, Fr Alexandru Partioc was appointed Priest.  On July 1, 1999, Fr Anton Frunza was appointed Administrator of Annunciation Mission.  In 1999, the Ladies Auxiliary organization was founded with the name “SS Constantine and Helen.”

The community tried twice to purchase a building to be used as a church building, but the variance permit needed was denied every time by the City Council of Wyoming.  We are still hoping that our dream (to have our own worship building) will come true.