Worship

O Come, let us Worship and bow down before our King and God.
O Come, let us worship and bow down before Christ, our King and God.
O Come, let us worship and bow down to Christ Himself, our King and God.

This invitation marks the beginning of each day for the Orthodox Church. It comes from the office of Vespers, and it expresses the attitude which is at the heart of Orthodoxy. The Worship of God - the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, - is fundamental to the life and spirit of the Orthodox Church. Learn More»

Service Schedule

Sundays: Orthros (Matins): 8:30 AM | Divine Liturgy: 9:30 AM

Feastdays on Weekdays: Orthros (Matins): 8:45 AM | Divine Liturgy: 9:30 AM

Wednesday: Bible Study 10:00-11:15am;  Paraclesis and Anointing with Holy Oil 6:30pm

Saturday: Bible Study 6:30am-7:45am;  Vespers 5:30pm

 

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Holy Land Pilgrimage 2019

Holy Land Journal 2019

Holy Land Meditation Book

 
Monthly Message
May 01, 2019 -
Living in the joy of Christ’s victory over death is a central theme during this Paschal season, the 40 days between Jesus’ Resurrection and His Ascension into heaven. In fact, though, living in the joy of the Lord is fundamental to our Christian life each and every day, not only for 40 days.

 

Recent Sermons
May 19, 2019 -
We need to realize that whenever we turn to God for help, He is the Great Physician of our bodies and souls and minds. He is interested not simply in some type of physical healing, but in a complete healing that leads to a radically new life, a life that will lead into an eternal relationship with Him.

 

May 05, 2019 -
When one is dying, typically the final words of a dying person are among the most cherished. They often will give you a unique perspective into what the dying person values, and what he most wants to pass on as his/her legacy.

 

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The life of the Orthodox Church perpetuates and fulfills the ministry of Jesus Christ. The close association between Christ and His Church is reflected in the images from the Scriptures which declare that Christ is the Head and the Church is His Body, and that Christ is the Bridegroom and the Church is His bride. Learn more»

 
 

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