Saturday 5:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am and 10:30 am
Monday through Friday at 5:30 pm in Gesu Church
*Please refer to the Announcements section of our website for important protocols and procedures regarding the resumption of publicly-held masses at Gesu. All persons wishing to attend weekend masses at Gesu should register on Eventbrite; please see the links for registering in the Announcements section.
Live-streaming masses from Gesu Church can be viewed on our Facebook page and on the Masses section of our website on Sundays at 10:30 am (click on our Facebook link at the top of this page to view our live-streaming masses and please refer to the Announcements section of our website regularly for more details).
Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
The parish center is now open for business to staff, but due to the pandemic, will still be closed to the public until further notice. If you need to contact a member of the parish team, please call (313) 862-4400 during business hours. At all other times, you may call and leave a voicemail for the staff person you wish to reach.
We Worship Joyfully and Serve Humbly as the Spirit Leads Us
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.