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  • 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.


FROG is St. Malachy’s Junior High/Middle School youth group. FROG is an acronym for Fully Rely On God! This group consists of youth that are in 6th, 7th and 8th grades and who want to leap into their faith and learn while having fun! FROG is a sanctuary where it is okay for the youth to be themselves all while learning about the love that is God. Sometimes they do not even realize that they are learning! All the youth need is their own bible and rosary, which we will provide to them if they do not have their own. The reason they bring their own bible is so they can make that beautiful book their own and not be intimidated by it!

The average meeting begins with fellowship and relaxing. Consisting of food laughter, the youth share whatever topic they wish with one another. Then we do a scriptural decade of the rosary, and learn the beauty of this prayer while learning others as well! After that we talk about our ministry lesson, which consists of a two-way open dialogue where the youth answer and ask as many questions necessary to understand the topic at hand. Then it is off to do an activity before ending with praise and worship and prayer.

FROG offers a variety of activities to the youth of the parish and their friends. So why not give FROG a try? You’ll be “hoppy” you did! If you have any questions, please contact our youth minister Maria Lograsso!