Good and Faithful Servant Challenge

"As each one has received a gift, minister it to one another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God" (1 Peter 4:10)

As we celebrate the 100th Anniversary of our Church, we want to ask ourselves: Who are we as Orthodox Christians and as the Church? What do we want to be known for as a Church? We are:

  • A Church Family that worships and loves God above all else
  • A community which shows our love for God through the love we show to one another as well as through the love we show to those outside our church
  • A community of faith that reaches out to the world shining God’s light in a dark world

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IN WHOM DO WE TRUST?
February 25, 2024
“In God we Trust.” It is interesting that this is the official motto of the United States. In a country where many contemporary people like to highlight the separation of church and state, thinking that faith should be kept separate from our civil, secular lives, we still say “In God We Trust.” Read more »


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