|10:00am||- Divine Liturgy|
|6:00pm||- Great Vespers|
From the North:
Take M-95 south towards Iron Mountain. Turn LEFT at US2/HWY141 (also known as Stephenson Ave). Take US2 into town, approximately 3.5 miles. Turn RIGHT on D Street (Wendy's is just after D St, if you pass it you went too far). Take D Street approximately 0.3 miles and St. Mary's will be on your LEFT on the corner of D St. and Stockbridge Ave. Parking on street or behind church.
Take US2 into Iron Mountain. US2 is also known as Stephenson Ave. Follow US2 through town until reaching D Street. Turn RIGHT on D Street (Wendy's is just past D St,if you pass Wendy's you went a bit too far). Take D Street approximately 0.3 miles and St. Mary's Church will be on your LEFT. Parking is on street or in the small grass lot behind the church.
From the South:
From Niagara, WI take Hwy 141 north into MI. Turn LEFT on US 2 (also known as Stephenson Ave). Take US 2 into Iron Mountain, approximately 2.5 miles. Turn LEFT on D Street (just past Wendy's Restaurant). Travel approximately 0.3 miles down D Street. St. Mary's will be on your left, on the corner of D Street and Stockbridge Ave. Parking is on the street or behind the church on the grass lot.
Since St. Mary's serves a large geographical area, we have worked out a special rate with a local hotel for out-of-town visitors who wish to spend the night in Iron Mountain. Come and enjoy Great Vespers on Saturday evening at 6:00pm and Orthros and Divine Liturgy on Sunday morning starting at 9:00am. Iron Mountain has wonderful dining and shopping to round out your trip.
Please use the "contact us" form on the website for more information on the special hotel rate.
St. Mary's is a family friendly parish. Families are welcome and encouraged to be active participants in the services. Orthodox worship services can be longer than children's ability to attend quietly to the sacred nature of the service. We have a live high definition broadcast of the services on two large televisions in our family room. Thus, parents can still be engaged in the services while doing the ongoing work of teaching their children what it means to "attend" to the Divine nature of the services. Parents are encouraged to use the family room as a quieting space as needed. Parents must stay with their children in the family room. Food and drink must stay in the family room and fellowship area.
Please also refer to the Archdiocese church etiquette booklet on the "about Orthodoxy" tab for additional information. About Orthodoxy