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Thank you for your interest in St. Mary's Church!

If you have any questions, would like to plan a parish visit, would like to speak with someone or would like to be added to our email list please use the "contact us" form below and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. 

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Contact Information
Mailing Address
St. Mary's Orthodox Church
311 West D Street
Iron Mountain, MI 49801
Email and Phone
906-774-3772-please leave a message (Phone)

Out of Town Visitors and Families

Visitors are always welcome at St. Mary's!

If you are interested in visiting our parish please use the contact us form below get in touch with us prior to your visit. 

All our services are in English. 

If you are an Orthodox Christian visiting our parish and wish to receive Holy Communion please contact Fr. Mark in advance of your visit. Holy Communion is offered only to Orthodox Christians in good standing with the beliefs and practices of the Othodox Church. 

St. Mary's is a family friendly parish. Families are welcome and encouraged to be active participants in the services. We strongly believe that children learn about church best by being active participants in the services. For those times the little ones may need to get the wiggles out we have a live broadcast of services playing on televisions in the basement. Parents are welcome to utilitze this fellowship area as needed during services. 

Regular Weekly Services-Please See Calendar For Full Schedule
9:00am - Orthros
10:00am - Divine Liturgy
5:30pm - Great Vespers-followed by confessions

Sacrament Records Request

All requests for sacramental records must be made in writing using the following form. 

Please download the attached PDF record request form, complete, and mail to address listed. 

Copies of the records will be sent to the address listed on the request form.

Sacrament Record Request Form


Daily Thoughts
December 8th

"From God comes grace, but from us comes labor. Therefore, let no one even think that the holy apostles relied solely on the God-given grace, or that it was easy for them, or that performed their great work in the world without effort. Gathering his last strength the Holy Apostle James raised himeslf to his knees, stretched forth his hands towards heaven and fervently prayed to God saying: 'Lord, forgive them this sin, for they know not what they are doing.' While he was praying thus, wicked men struck him with stones from all sides...killing the saint of God." St. Nicholas of Zica 

December 7th

"Every holy church is a piece of Heaven on earth. And when you are in church, look - you are already in Heaven. When the earth torments you with its hell, hurry to church, go inside, and behold - you have entered into Paradise. And if it happens that you are attacked by the entire legions of demons, then run to church - stand among the holy angels, and the angels of God will protect you from every demon of this world.  And nothing will be able to hurt you. Do not forget, brothers: We, Christians, are strong by God. Who then can be stronger then us? No one, no one! St. Justin Popovic

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"Sometimes called the Eastern Orthodox Church, the Orthodox Church is the first Christian Church, the Church founded by the Lord Jesus Christ and described in the pages of the New Testament.  Her history can be traced in unbroken continuity all the way back to Christ and His Twelve Apostles.  For twenty centuries, she has continued in her undiminished and unaltered faith and practice.  Today her apostolic doctrine, worship, and structure remain intact.  The Orthodox Church maintains that the Church is the living Body of Jesus Christ."      

Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America. 

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