Great and holy Lent begins on Monday, March 14th. Israel of old struggled for 40 years through the desert in order to arrive in the land God promised, and Jesus began his ministry with a 40...Read more
Beginning in September we will embark on a study of the meaning and symbolism of the Divine Liturgy of the Orthodox Church. This will take place on Sundays following coffee fellowship (roughly 11:30-Noon). The Divine Liturgy is...Read more
God matters and what matters to God matters. I know that sounds very redundant, but I’m not sure how else I want to say it. There are many things that do not matter – because...Read more
To be a Christian is to be a person who prays not only for his own needs but for others. If you have a need or concern that you would like us to pray for...Read more
The Cox family
Welcome! Our parish is a multi-ethnic community made up of Americans, Bulgarians, Greeks, Romanians, and Slavs. Some of us are converts from other religions or no religion at all and some of us have been Orthodox our whole life. All of us are here because we want to be. Orthodox Christianity is the faith and practice Jesus gave to the Apostles and it is alive today. We invite you to join us as we worship the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Our services are in English and visitors are always welcome.