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According to the Executive Order of Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the Policy of the Diocese of Chicago & Mid-America, St. Vladimir's is temporarily closed to public worship due to the coronavirus pandemic. Although we are saddened by this situation, we also understand that in this war all of society – including our St. Vladimir’s family – must unite to defeat the virus enemy. All resources must be brought to bear if victory is to be obtained. For us that means isolating ourselves from each other so that we do not in any way endanger those in our community who are at high risk of death from the virus. Most of us are healthy. Most of us are strong. Most of us will be unaffected by the virus. But we have to do our part – we have to fight selfish self interest – and we have to follow the advice of the experts and be obedient to the decisions of our ruling bishop. We thank everyone for their understanding and for their efforts to get us to the point of victory over this invisible foe!

Please contact me or Fr. Moses at any time for any spiritual or material support you need during this time of quarantine. With God’s help and our sincere effort we can have great hope in overcoming our common societal enemy! Let it never be said that we did not do our part with sincerity and zeal! Let it never be said that we felt ourselves “special” and not in need of taking part in this war! As Orthodox Christians let us be exemplary members of the society in which the merciful Lord has placed us! Let us serve others with valor and Christian Love, whether that service is (for most of us) just staying home and staying safe, or hands-on service of those in need, or other action that we may be called to in service to the eventual victory! All Divine Services will be broadcast on our Live Streams – please join us and worship with us just as you would when we gather in the Church, but from your own “desert” that the Lord has provided us during this time of Great Lent. We are pilgrims in this life dear brothers and sisters – the pandemic has just reminded us a bit of this reality. Glory to God for this and for all things!

Regular Services:
Saturday Vigil: 6:00 p.m.
Sunday Divine Liturgy: 10:00 a.m.

Full Service Schedule:

Phone: (734) 475-4590
Address: 9900 Jackson Rd., Dexter, MI 48130-9426
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Second Pascha of Former Ann Arbor Parish is Sunday, November 3 
30/10/19, 06:00 PM
Posted by Fr. Gregory


The parish that existed in Ann Arbor in the 1950s and was subsequently dissolved when no priest could be sent after the death of Fr. Peter DeMett was named in honor of the Venerable Hilarion the Great. The feast of St. Hilarion this year falls on Sunday, November 3. We invite all St. Vladimir’s parishioners to be present this day for the Divine Services in honor of St. Hilarion, to prepare themselves to partake of the Holy Mysteries, and to fervently entreat the prayers of the favorite of God, St. Hilarion the Great, that the work begun by those first Russian Orthodox Christians in Ann Arbor will be continued worthily by us sinners, the parish family of St. Vladimir Church. Please plan to join us!
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Kids in Church - You Can Help 
29/10/19, 06:00 PM
Posted by Fr. Gregory


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Halloween Alternative - All Welcome! 
29/10/19, 06:00 AM
Posted by Fr. Gregory


Please join us on October 31 for our annual Halloween Alternative at St. Vladimir’s! All are welcome!

MORE INFORMATION ON HALLOWEEN AND WHY WE OFFER AN ALTERNATIVE

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Membership & Stewardship 2020 
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Monday First Things - Teachings of the Holy Fathers 
28/10/19, 06:00 AM
Posted by Fr. Gregory


“We were created to live on earth unlike animals who die and disappear with time, but with the high purpose to live with God not for a hundred years or so but for eternity”.

+ St. Innocent of Alaska
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Second Pascha of Former Ann Arbor Parish is Sunday, November 3 
25/10/19, 06:00 PM
Posted by Fr. Gregory


The parish that existed in Ann Arbor in the 1950s and was subsequently dissolved when no priest could be sent after the death of Fr. Peter DeMett was named in honor of the Venerable Hilarion the Great. The feast of St. Hilarion this year falls on Sunday, November 3. We invite all St. Vladimir’s parishioners to be present this day for the Divine Services in honor of St. Hilarion, to prepare themselves to partake of the Holy Mysteries, and to fervently entreat the prayers of the favorite of God, St. Hilarion the Great, that the work begun by those first Russian Orthodox Christians in Ann Arbor will be continued worthily by us sinners, the parish family of St. Vladimir Church. Please plan to join us!
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All English Cycle is this Friday/Saturday! 
24/10/19, 06:00 PM
Posted by Fr. Gregory


Please join us for this month's All-English Cycle of Divine Services at St. Vladiamir's! All are welcome! Invite friends! Help us to share the cure for death - Orthodox Christianity - to everyone in Southeast Michigan!
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Prostrations at the Divine Liturgy - When? 
23/10/19, 06:00 PM
Posted by Fr. Gregory

Most of us attend Liturgy regularly on Sundays, but rarely other days. Still, it is good to know when we make prostrations on weekdays, and this is why we have put together this handout. Please contact Fr. Gregory with questions. See the handout in PDF format here:

http://stvladimiraami.org/flyers/prostr ... iturgy.pdf
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Halloween Alternative is 10/31/18 
23/10/19, 12:00 PM
Posted by Fr. Gregory

Join us for our annual alternative to the secular/pagan activities taking place in our communities the evening of October 31. We will start with Vespers for St. John of Kronstadt at 5:00 p.m., then there will be games and treats for the young and the young at heart, as well as a meal. All are welcome! More information/flyer to share here:

HALLOWEEN ALTERNATIVE 2019

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Liturgy on your Name's Day? 
22/10/19, 06:00 AM
Posted by Fr. Gregory

It is a true blessing to have the opportunity to partake of Holy Communion on one's patron saint's day. Fr. Gregory is willing to consider serving Liturgy on your name's day – yes YOURS. If you would be willing to attend the Divine Services on the eve of the feast and on the feast itself, and to partake of Holy Communion on that day please contact him. This is not a guarantee that we can do this – but we can certainly try. But please don't tell him a week before. Something like six months before would be better – three months before as a minimum. See Fr. Gregory with questions or email ogrisha@stvladimiraami.org!
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