Bible Detroit

Mass Times

Sunday (Traditional) 8:00 a.m.

Sunday (Gospel) 10:00 a.m.

Tuesday 6:00 p.m.

Saturday 5:00 p.m.

About

The history of Sacred Heart Church is the story of its people. It is the story of people who for over one hundred and forty-one years have said, “WE BELIEVE.” The story of a church is not its buildings; it is the people who built them, and why they did it.

Mission

Sacred Heart is a diverse parish rooted in the Gospel of Jesus and in the heart of the community of Detroit. We strive to let our lives be an extension of our daily worship. We walk in the steps of Christ through love and concern for our brothers and sisters and continuously call upon the Holy Spirit for strength and power.

Announcements

  • The Brotherhood Men’s Fellowship

    The Brotherhood  –  Are you interested in becoming a better husband, father, son, brother or friend? Would you like to be part of a fellowship of men seeking a better relationship with God and man, sharing our stories over a cup of coffee?

    Come join us at the Brotherhood. We meet every other Saturday from 8:15 to 9:15 AM at the Activities Building. Please attend our next meeting at 8:15 AM Saturday, November 4th in the Activities Building Room 5.  For more information, Contact Paul McKenzie  pfmckenz@gmail.com or (248) 804-4119.

  • Augustus Tolton Cause Prayer Breakfast

    Fr. Augustus Tolton Canonization Cause Breakfast. The Tolton Ambassadors of Detroit, presents their annual Prayer Breakfast to promote the cause for Canonization of Fr. Augustus Tolton on Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at St. Ambrose Parish (15020 Hampton | St. Grosse Pointe Park, MI 48230) Tickets are: $25.00, see Alex Taylor or Gerald Mays for a ticket. The speaker for the Prayer Breakfast will be Br. Ray Stadmeyer, OFM Cap., who is also the pastor of St. Charles Borromeo and Nativity of our Lord Parishes in Detroit.

  • NOVEMBER! Black Catholic History Month

    Black Catholic History Month! November 1st marks the 27th Anniversary of the celebration of Black Catholic History Month. On July 24, 1990, the National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus of the United States designated November as Black Catholic History Month to celebrate the long history and proud heritage of Black Catholics. Two commemorative dates fall within this month, Saint Augustine’s Birthday (November 13) and Saint Martin de Porres’ Feast Day (November 3). More importantly, November not only marks a time when we pray for all saints and souls in loving remembrance, but also a time to recall the saints and souls of Africa and the African Diaspora.

Upcoming Events

Weekly Prayer

Lord, we don’t need to know the reason our prayers sometimes go unanswered. Help us just to wait for Your time, because You are good.

Our Daily Bread 

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