Wednesdays - 6:30 pm
Currently conducted via Zoom. To join, please contact the church office.
Please let us know who you are!
Complete our Visitor's Form so we will know you are coming!
Where do I park?
Free validated self-parking is available at the Brush Street Parking Garage at 1001 Brush Street (between Lafayette and Monroe across from the Atheneum Hotel).
Enter the garage and park your vehicle.
Scan one of the QR codes in the parking garage and follow the prompts. No need to download an app. Contactless payment.
You will need a credit card and your license plate number.
Scan the QR code when you enter the Church. This will allow you to park free for 24 hours.
Next time you visit, just drive in and scan the QR code at the Church to validate your parking.
Free self-parking is available at the Hollywood Casino at Greektown parking structure on the I-375 Service Drive and Monroe (you must be 21 years of age to enter the garage). Parking may not be available on game days.
Free valet parking is available at the Hollywood Casino at Greektown Valet Parking entrance on Lafayette and at the valet parking structure on Macomb between Beaubien and St. Antoine (you must be 21 and must go through the Casino to get to the Church).
9 am - 10 am
Currently conducted in person and via Zoom. To join contact the church office.
Every Week Traditional: 10:30 am
Currently conducted in person and via Facebook Live/ YouTube Stream.
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COVID vaccines will still be free for most Americans through their health insurance plans. The CDC will purchase COVID-19 vaccines and distribute them to federally qualified health centers and participating pharmacies for those persons who are uninsured or whose insurance does not provide free Covid-19 vaccines. Free vaccines through this program will not be available after December 2024.
Regular handwashing and the use of hand sanitizers are essential to prevent the spread of the virus. Masks are encouraged but not required.
It is important to stay home and separate yourself from others for at least five days if you test positive for COVID-19, even if you do not develop symptoms and do not feel sick — and for at least 10 days, you should wear a mask when around others. Beginning September 25, every U.S. household can again place an order to receive four more free COVID-19 rapid tests delivered directly to their home. You can order free COVID tests online through COVIDTests.gov.
441 Monroe Street
Detroit, MI 48226