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Where

  • St. Malachy Church
  • 14115 Fourteen Mile Rd.
  • Sterling Heights, MI 48312
  • (586) 264-1220
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Welcome to St. Malachy

St. Malachy building photo

Welcome to St. Malachy! We’re glad you stopped by our website. Please sit back, relax, and peruse to get to know us and see what we’re all about.

There are many activities to get involved with both spiritual and social. From the summer festival, choirs, and youth groups, to Christian service, prayer ministry, and mens and womens clubs, there is truly something for everyone of every age.

Feel free to contact the church office for additional information or to answer any questions.

Community Service

Note: If you are in need of assistance, or know somebody who is, please download the Assistance Request – Resource List for a list of various community organizations who offer assistance for a wide variety of needs.

St. Malachy provides for those in the community in need of assistance. Here are some, not all, of the organizations we support:

  • MATTS- Salvation Army
  • HOPE
  • Imago Dei
  • The Baby Closet
  • MCREST – Macomb County Emergency Shelter Team
  • Turning Point
  • Compassion Hours Transitional Shelter
  • Good Shepherd Coalition

Along with these organizations, the St. Malachy community provides ongoing service:

Food Pantry

St. Malachy parishioners are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items on the first Sunday of the month that supports Sacred Heart Church’s food pantry. Also, we do a Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter food drive.

Clothing Drive

At least once per year, St. Malachy hosts a clothing drive. The clothing truck is available during the entire weekend so parishioners can drop off their donations for the Society of St. Vincent DePaul.

Giving Trees

Twice a year, trees are placed near the Baptismal Font. During Advent, “The Giving Tree” and during Lent, “The Tree of Life.” These trees are filled with small cards/ornaments suggesting small items ranging from gift cards to socks that families can purchase for those in need. The cards represent different agencies: St. Aloysius-Detroit, Catholic Social Services – Macomb, Home Visitors of Mary, Mary’s Children – Clawson, St. Malachy, Most Holy Trinity – Detroit, and Sacred Heart – Roseville.

Adopt-a-Family

During the season of Advent, St. Malachy offers the opportunity to adopt-a-family. Parishioners can “adopt” a family large or small and help to provide presents under the tree, food on the table, and most importantly smiles on the children’s faces.

Then the righteous will say, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you drink? When did we see you a stranger and welcome you, or naked and clothe you? When did we see you ill or in prison, and visit you?' And the king will say, ‘Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.’Matthew 25:35-40