Religious Center

St. Leonard's of Port Maurice Church

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 2 July 2014.

Phone: 617-523-2110
Website: http://saintleonardchurchboston.org
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Activities and Schedule

Masses in Italian: Sunday 10:15 A.M., Monday through Saturday 9:00 A.M.; Masses in English Saturday 5:00 P.M., Sunday 9:00 A.M. and Noon, Monday through Friday 12:05 P.M.

History

St. Leonard's Church, founded in 1873, is the first Roman Catholic church in New England built by Italian immigrants. Located...

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Moorish Science Temple of America (Temple #25) (CJ)

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 20 December 2013.

Contact Information

Address: 5601 Grand River, Detroit, MI 48208
Email: infro@moorishsciencetempleofamericainc.org
Website: http://www.moorishsciencetempleofamericainc.com/

The research was conducted by The University of Michigan-Dearborn Pluralism Project

History of the Moorish Science Temple of America

The history of the Moorish Science Temple of America is traced to Timothy Drew, born in North Carolina in 1886. He... Read more about Moorish Science Temple of America (Temple #25) (CJ)

Detroit Mar Thoma Church

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 29 June 2018.

Phone: 248-213-2094
Website: http://detroitmarthoma.org/main/
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Description

The Detroit Mar Thoma congregation was started in 1976 under the leadership of the Reverend K. T. Joy. Before the dedication of its present church building on March 11,...
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Ste. Anne de Detroit

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 5 August 2002.

Phone: 313-496-1701
Website: http://www.ste-anne.org/
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The research was conducted by The University of Michigan-Dearborn Pluralism Project.

History

Ste. Anne Roman Catholic Church is Detroit's oldest religious center, founded on July 26, 1701, two days after the founding of Fort Ponchatrain, which would become the city of...
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Mother of God Chaldean Church

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 5 January 2006.

Phone: 248-356-0565
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History

Chaldeans began immigrating to the metropolitan Detroit area from Chaldean villages in the northwest of Iraq as far back as 1910. The majority of the families came from the village of Telkaif, which means “Hill of...
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Friends of the Refugees of Eastern Europe (FREE)

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 16 November 2013.

Phone: 248-569-8514
Email: info@russianjewry.org
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History and Goals

Metropolitan Detroit's Russian community of the Lubavitch sect of Judaism can be traced to early 1977. Rabbi Berel Shemtov, the head of the Detroit Lubavitch community, Rabbi Yitzchok Kagen, and Rabbi Aftzon, along with other Lubavitch rabbis started the community, which they called the... Read more about Friends of the Refugees of Eastern Europe (FREE)

Sts. Peter and Paul Romanian Orthodox Church

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 26 October 2006.

Phone: 313-274-9651
Website: http://www.spproc.org
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History

The Sts. Peter and Paul Romanian Orthodox Church was originally located in the city of Dearborn on Holly Street (in the shadow of the Ford Motor Company Rouge Plant). According to records, the first Romanian to...
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St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 26 October 2006.

Phone: 248-689-9099
Email: stmarkmi@coptic.org
Website: http://www.stmarkmi.org/home.htm
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History and Description

St. Mark is the only Coptic Orthodox church in Michigan. The first Copts who would eventually form St. Mark Church...
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Most Holy Redeemer Church

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 26 October 2006.

Phone: 313-842-3450
Website: http://www.mostholyredeemer.net
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History

Holy Redeemer parish, located in southwest Detroit, was founded in 1880 to serve the scattered Irish and German Catholics living in the area that was then known as...
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Native American Health Center

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 31 October 2006.

Phone: 313-846-3718
Website: http://www.aihfs.org/
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History and Description

The Native American Health Center was founded in 1987. After its building at Michigan and Livernois, in the city of Detroit, burned, the Archdiocese of Detroit donated a structure that had formerly been a...
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St. Mary's Malankara Syrian Orthodox Church

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 26 October 2006.

Phone: 248-233-6070
Website: http://www.stmaryschurchdetroit.org
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History

Individuals affiliated with the Malankara church began arriving in the United States in the 1970s. Initially they gathered in each other's homes for prayer and fellowship. In addition, they attended...
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Korean Seventh Day Adventist Church

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 26 October 2006.

Phone: 734-718-2617
Website: http://www.misda.org/church.cfm/detroitkorean
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Description

The Korean Seventh-Day Adventist Church is located in Livonia, a middle-class suburb west of Detroit. The church's location is on a main road that is lined with restaurants and shops,...
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Congregation Beth Shalom

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 9 October 2015.

Phone: 248-547-7970
Email: rgamer@congbethshalom.org
Website: congbethshalom.org
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St. Sarkis Armenian Apostolic Church

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 26 October 2006.

Phone: 313-336-6200
Website: http://www.saintsarkis.org
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Armenian History in Detroit

Metropolitan Detroit is home to approximately 45,000-50,000 people of Armenian descent. Most arrived between 1910-1925, during the time of the Armenian...
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Most Holy Trinity Church

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 5 August 2002.

Phone: 313-965-4450
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History

Most Holy Trinity, founded in 1834, was the first English-language Roman Catholic parish in Detroit. The earliest parishioners of the church were Irish immigrants who had settled in the area, but had attended nearby Ste. Anne Church, the city's French-language parish...
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