The Orthodox Church is the One Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Yes, we are Christian! In fact, we share an unbroken history with the Faith of the first Christians, and we can trace our history back to the Apostles themselves.
This parish is part of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America. We are pan-Orthodox. This means our membership includes many who were born into the Faith, as well as many converts. In our parish, all services are fully in English.
The public is more than welcome to join us for services!
Early evening service (approx. 45 min.)
Morning service celebrated before Liturgy.
Primary worship service during which we celebrate the Eucharist.
*Please see our full service schedule for a more complete list of services and events.
Are you new here? Welcome! The best way to learn about the ancient Christian Faith is to immerse yourself in it and commit to visiting an Orthodox parish in your area. To help you prepare for that first visit, we’ve posted a series of articles here. Want to learn more? Check out our blog!
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***If you would like to offer prayers for living and departed, please submit two separate requests: one for the living and one for the departed.