Welcome to Our Church!


We are a community of Christians of many different ethnic backgrounds, who are worshiping God in English and who are following the ancient tradition of the Orthodox Church, the original church that was born in Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost. In the Holy Spirit and through our Lord Jesus Christ, we try to continue “steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread and in prayers” (Acts 2:42), being “led by the Spirit of God” to be “sons of God”. (Romans 8:14)

News and Upcoming Events

  • Friday December 6th (Saint Nicholas)
    6:00pm Akathist and Confessions
  • Saturday December 7th
    12:00pm Bake Sale
  • Sunday December 8th (Healing of the Crippled Woman on the Sabbath)
    8:30am Mattins
    9:30am Holy Liturgy, Followed by the Children’s Christmas Program
  • Saturday December 14th
    12:00pm Mental Health Meal
    4:00pm Vespers and Confessions


Please see our Calendar for Events





















Calendar & Bulletin

  General Schedule of Services Sunday 8:30am  – Matins 9:30am  – Divine Liturgy Saturday 4:00pm  – Vespers & Confessions (Please Check the Calendar) Feast Days 9:30am  – Divine Liturgy (Please Check the Calendar   November Calendar November Bulletin December Bulletin December Calendar

The Mother of God

The Most-Holy Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary. In the theology and piety of the Orthodox Church, a special place of honor is given to the Mother of God the Most-Holy Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary, who is reverenced by the Orthodox as being more honorable than the Cherubim and more glorious, beyond compare, than the Seraphim. As …

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The Christian Ethic

The Sermon delivered by our Savior on the Mount was preceded by two significant meetings, one with His secret disciple, Nicodemus (John 3:1-21), and the other with the Samaritan Woman (John 4:4-42). In His conversation with Nicodemus, Christ spoke of being born again, born of the Spirit of God, and in Samaria He taught of …

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The Beatitudes

1. Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven. The Beatitudes can be viewed as a single system a ladder ascending in virtues. Christ calls us first of all to acquire spiritual poverty, and meekness, and only then to rise step by step to the summit of spiritual perfection. Man …

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Holy Tradition

One of the distinctive characteristics of the Holy Orthodox Church is its changelessness, its loyalty to the past, its sense of living continuity with the ancient Church. This idea of living continuity may be summed up in one word: Tradition. As St. John of Damascus says, We do not change the everlasting boundaries which our …

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