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Saint Paul Orthodox Cathedral, Dearborn Heights, United States

Saint Paul Orthodox Cathedral

General Details

Autocephalous Metropolis:
Orthodox Church in America
Diocese:
Bulgarian Diocese
Deanery:
Bulgarian Diocese Chancery
Pastor:
Fr. Feodor Timpko
Pastor:
Fr. James Jorgenson

Contact Details

Address:
700 Beech Daly Rd, Dearborn Heights, Michigan, MI 48127 United States
Phone:
313-565-9863

Services Details

Divine Liturgy:
Sunday 10:00am
Vespers:
Saturday 4:00pm

Historical Details

Build - Founding Year:
1970

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