One in the Body of Christ

Welcome to SS. Cyril and Methodius, Roman Catholic Parish

Our Roots

We are grateful to God and all people who have been building this Parish since 1918 as a place, where Slovak Catholics could keep their faith and traditions, and preserve their identity, while being incorporated into the American society.

Our Presence

We are an open community, where all faithful people can find their spiritual home, deepen their understanding of the teaching of the Church, and put it into practice.

Our Future

We strive to build people by facilitating their connection with Christ and among each other. We offer adherence to the Magisterium and encourage life according to the gospel. We desire to remain a center for Slovaks in the Detroit area.

What's Happening

Stay up to date on what’s important at St. Cyrils


Mass begins at 10 am - click below:

Ss Cyrils YouTube

Texts and Hymns for the Mass are available to download here.
Parish bulletin are available to download here.


Updated April 1

Due to the Coronavirus COVID-19, all public Holy Masses are temporarily suspended beginning Saturday, March 14, until further noticed. Eucharistic adoration and confessions are suspended as well.

In the meantime, the Church is closed! The Chapel is open daily for private prayer from 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM.

Please, be prudent and take precautions not to spread viruses, while in the chapel:

  • Only 5 PEOPLE ARE ALLOWED in the chapel at one time.  
  • Please SPREAD OUT TO PRAY in the chapel and DO NOT GATHER TOGETHER.
  • Use FACEMASK, or COVER YOUR MOUTH with a scarf.
  • IF YOU FEEL SICK, stay home.
  • IF YOUR CHILDREN ARE SICK, keep them at home.
  • IF SOMEONE IN YOUR HOUSEHOLD HAS TESTED POSITIVE for the coronavirus, keep the entire household at home.
  • IF YOU ARE AN OLDER PERSON, stay home and away from other people.
  • IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A SERIOUS UNDERLYING HEALTH CONDITION that can put you at increased risk, stay at home and away from other people.

To combat the spread of COVID-19 in Michigan, Governor Whitmer signed the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order: Read here.

The letter from Archbishop Vigneron Regarding COVID-19 - Archdiocese of Detroit: Read here

Fr. Libor and Fr. Juraj will privately celebrate daily Masses and include all scheduled Mass intentions of the day, as well as pray for the whole parish and community. Please, unite yourselves with the whole parish community in prayer.

The Parish Office is closed for regular business. If you are in need of assistance from the Parish Office during this time, please email:

If you are in immediate danger of death and need confession, anointing of the sick, and viaticum, please email:

Please, check for updates of this website regularly.

Get more information:

Blessed Virgin Mary, patron of the United States - pray for us!


Aktualizované 28. marca

Na základe rozhodnutia vládnych autorít Spojených štátov platia mimoriadne opatrenia, ktoré súvisia so šírením koronavírusu. V súvislosti s týmito opatreniami detroitský arcibiskup vydal nariadenie o zákaze slúženia svätých omší pre verejnosť na území Detroitskej arcidiecézy od 14. marca až do odvolania. Spolu s liturgiou sú zrušené všetky podujatia vo farnosti vrátane eucharistickej adorácie a spovedania.

Farský kostol je zatvorený! Adoračná kaplnka je otvorená pre súkromnú modlitbu denne od 12:00 - 22:00 hodiny.

Farský úrad je zatvorený. V prípade potreby pošlite email na

Ak je niekto v bezprostrednom nebezpečenstve smrti a potrebuje prijať sviatosti zmierenia, pomazania chorých a viatikum či v prípade akýchkoľvek otázok, obráťte sa na nás prostredníctvom emailu:

Pravidelne sledujte aktualizácie na webovej stránke farnosti. Ďaľšie informácie v slovenskom jazyku nájdete v sekcii PO SLOVENSKY

Preblahoslavená Panna Mária, naša patrónka - oroduj za nás!

Parish Calendar

All events are canceled until further noticed.

Sunday, April 5

Palm Sunday


On this day the Church recalls the entrance of Christ the Lord into Jerusalem to accomplish his Paschal Mystery. The memorial of this entrance takes place by means of the Procession or …

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Thursday, April 9

Thursday of the Lord’s Supper


All three synoptic gospels mention a solemn meal held by Jesus with his disciples in the evening before his death. Matthew, Mark, and Luke cast it as Passover meal, celebrated during the night from 14th to 15th of …

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Friday, April 10

Blessing of Easter Baskets


The blessing of food on Easter probably has its roots in the 3rd century. A cup with milk and honey would be blessed during the liturgy for the newly baptized and distributed between receiving bread …

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Friday, April 10

Friday of the Passion of the Lord



Good Friday is the day of the crucifixion and death of Jesus. Jesus is first arrested, interrogated in front of the Sanhedrin, handed over to Pilat, ridiculed and condemned to death, led to Golgotha and crucified. …

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Saturday, April 11

Holy Saturday

Holy Saturday has an a-liturgical character. The Church abstains from the Sacrifice of Mass, with the sacred table left bare, until after the solemn Vigil, that is, the anticipation of the night of Resurrection, when the time comes for paschal …

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Saturday, April 11

Easter Vigil


The liturgy of the Easter Night used to be considered the most significant celebration of all. In the course of the Middle Ages it was gradually moved earlier in the day (anticipated), until it …

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