Українська Греко-Католицька Церква св. Архистратига Михаїла, Тусон, Арізона


Come, Let us Worship!

About St. Michael, our Patron

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St. Michael Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church, Tucson, AZ

In the tenth century the emissaries of  Volodymyr the Great, ruler of Kyivan Rus', searched the world for a new faith for his people.  When they returned from Constantinople, they related to him that they had encountered God in the beauty of the Christian worship there. That figured into his decision to choose Christianity in its Byzantine form.  He and his people were baptized in the year 988 AD.  We aim to worship in just such a beautiful, reverent yet dynamic way. Everyone is welcome. Please join us.  Вітаємо всіх гостей! По Службі Божій залишіться в нас на обід!

Fr. Andriy Chirovsky's homilies are available at

   715 W. Vanover Road, Tucson, AZ 85705           (520) 298-4965

The name Michael is from the Hebrew and means "Who is like God?" St. Michael is an Archangel and the leader of the heavenly hosts. He is a mighty protector, and many of our parishioners can attest to his protection.

Sunday Liturgies for the Months of June and July 2021:
Due to the move of our pastor, Fr. Andriy Chirovsky and his wife, Dobrodyka Halyna, to Flagstaff, the Sunday Divine Liturgies on June 27th, July 11th, and July 25th will be celebrated by a substitute priest, Fr. Joseph Hutsko, at 10am. 

On Sunday July 4th, Fr. Pavlo Popov will be visiting Tucson with his family.  He will will celebrate the Divine Liturgy for us at our normal 10am time.

On Sunday, July 18th there will be Typika Service led by Fr. Deacon David Maciborski.  

​New Pastoral Administrator:
On August 6th, the Feast of the Transfiguration, Fr. Deacon Martin Nagy, soon to be Fr. Martin Nagy, will celebrate the Divine Liturgy at 6pm and will remain our interim pastor until a permanent pastor is assigned. 


Our regular schedule:

Sunday Divine Liturgy at 10:00 AM

1st & 3rd Sundays of the month: mostly English

Other Sundays: mostly Ukrainian, with readings and homily in both languages.

Holy Day liturgies and other weekday services are usually celebrated at 6:00 PM if the service falls Monday-Friday and 10:00 AM if it falls on a Saturday. They are bilingual (Ukrainian and English)​​

Questions about the schedule?

Call (520) 298-4967