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 September 14th (Exaltation of the Holy Cross)
    6:00pm Akathist and Confessions
  • Sunday September 16th, Sunday after the Lifting of the Cross (Take up the Cross and Follow Christ)
    8:30am Mattins
    9:30am Holy Liturgy, followed by delegate fund raiser dinner. 

Please see our Calendar for Events

 

 

 

             

 

            

 

 

             

                   

             

             

                   

                   

                   

                

                                                                                  

 

 

 

Calendar & Bulletin

  General Schedule of Services Sunday 8:30am  – Matins 9:30am  – Divine Liturgy Saturday 5:00pm  – Great Vespers & Confessions (please check the calendar) Feast 9:30am  – Holy Liturgy Please check the Monthly Calendar and Bulletin for services during the week. 2018 August Bulletin 2018 August Calendar 2018 September Calendar 2018 September Bulletin

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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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