Saturday 4:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am and 10:30 am
Weekday mass is at 5:30 pm in the parish center chapel. Please enter the parish center from the side door on the north side of the building. Please note that on Thursdays, there is no mass, but a communion service only.
Live-streaming masses from Gesu Church can be viewed on our Facebook page and on the Live-Streamed Masses section of our website on Sundays at 10:30 am (click on our Facebook link at the bottom of this page to view our live-streaming masses on Facebook and please refer to the News section of our website regularly for more details).
Confessions are heard in the church on Saturdays from 3:00 until 3:45 pm, or by appointment.
Families are welcome at Gesu Church! If your family has young children, you are welcome to use our Family Room during masses for privacy and respite. The room is accessible from the southeast entranceway, near the restrooms.
For after-hours emergencies, please call (313) 863-6954.
Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Soup and Bread Dinner & Stations of the Cross
Please join us for soup and bread dinner and Stations of the Cross
Friday February 16th - hosted by Spiritual Life
Friday, February 23 – hosted by Laudato Si Committee
Friday, March 1st - hosted by Spiritual Life
Dinner will begin at 6pm in the social area of the church, stations will follow at 6:40 in the church. Please plan to bring your own mug or bowl.
Songs of Freedom
On Saturday, February 24th at 7:00 pm, join us at Gesu Church for a celebration of African-American composers. This year features spiritual arrangements of Moses Hogan and Florence Price's piano concerto in one movement.
Gesu Detroit Novena of Grace
On March 3rd-12th, Gesu Detroit celebrates the Novena of Grace in honor of St. Francis Xavier. The Novena is a nine-day Lenten retreat experience at Gesu Church with preachers breaking open the Word and celebrating mission and Ignatian spirituality. The theme this year is “Prophetic and Emerging Voices of the Church.” The schedule of events is as follows:
March 2nd at 4:00 pm Vigil Mass (3rd Sunday of Lent); Guest Preacher: Fr. Joseph A. Brown, SJ, Director of School of Africana Studies at Southern Illinois University
March 3rd at 8:00 am and 10:30 am Masses (3rd Sunday of Lent); Guest Preacher: Fr. Joseph A. Brown, SJ
March 3rd at 3:00 pm Reconciliation Service - Fr. Joseph A. Brown, SJ
March 4th at 6:30 pm Evening Prayer and Novena of Grace; Guest Preacher: Ms. Brenna Davis, Director of Integral Ecology at Ignatian Solidarity Network
March 5th at 6:30 pm Evening Prayer and Novena of Grace; Guest Preacher: Ms. Brenna Davis
March 6th at 6:30 pm Evening Prayer and Novena of Grace; Guest Preacher: Ms. Bridget Deegan Krause, Board Certified Chaplain, Mission and Formation Consultant. Discerning Deacon Project
March 7th at 6:30 pm Evening Prayer and Novena of Grace; Guest Preacher: Mr. Michael Hovey, Theologian and Outreach to Ecumenical and Interfaith Communities
March 8th at 6:30 pm Evening Prayer and Novena of Grace; Guest Preacher: Michael Hovey
March 9th at 4:00 pm Vigil Mass (4th Sunday of Lent) Guest Preacher: Rebecca MacMaster, Director of Parish Life St. Peter and Paul Jesuit Church Detroit
March 10th at 8:00 am and 10:30 am Masses (4th Sunday of Lent); Guest Preacher: Rebecca MacMaster
March 10th at 3:00 pm Evening Prayer and Novena of Grace; Guest Preachers: Carl Clendenning, Gesu Pastoral Musician and Accomplished Musician and Monica Moore, Gesu Minister and Limited License Psychologist
March 11th at 6:30 pm Evening Prayer and Novena; Guest Preachers: Carl Clendenning & Monica Moore
March 12th at 6:30 pm Evening Prayer and Novena of Grace; Guest Preachers: Carl Clendenning & Monica Moore
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You are welcome! Reflecting the welcome that Jesus Christ offers to all, Gesu Parish welcomes every person to seek full participation in our parish community and within the Body of Christ. We believe that all are worthy of respect and love, because all are created in the image of God. Our welcome is not limited by a person's age, sex, race, cultural background, physical or mental health or ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, social or economic situation, marital status, or faith background. We do not seek to erase our differences. Rather, we lovingly embrace the rich and unique dimensions within each of us, as we strive to grow together in holiness. This is the wholeness of life. Moving with as much understanding, compassion, and humility as we can, we journey together in a safe, positive and nurturing environment, beyond tolerance, toward mutual respect, in grateful celebration of God's creation.
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