Schedule of Services

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: 10:00 am
Saturdays:  Vespers 6:00 pm
Weekdays: Orthros (Matins): 8:30 am | Divine Liturgy: 10:00 am

Services and Scripture Readings

January 2017

SUNDAY,  January 1
Circumcision of Jesus Christ

SUNDAY, January 8
Sunday after Epiphany

SUNDAY, January 15
12th Sunday of Luke

SUNDAY, January 22
15th Sunday of Luke

SUNDAY, January 29
Sunday of the Canaanite


THURSDAY, January 5
Eve of Theophany

FRIDAY, January 6
Holy Theophany

WEDNESDAY, January 25
Gregory the Theologian

MONDAY, January 30
Feast of the Three Hierarchs

VISITORS We welcome you in the name of the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. We are glad that you came to worship and celebrate with us. If you are interested in learning more about our church and the Orthodox Faith, please contact Fr. Brendan Pelphrey at (210) 735-5051. 

Divine Liturgy and Receiving Holy Communion. While it is our hope and prayer that some day, all Christians will once again be united, as we were for the first 1000 years of Christianity, at this time in order to participate in the Holy Sacraments in the Orthodox Christian Church, one has to be baptized and/or Chrismated as an Orthodox Christian. If you have any questions, please contact Father Brendan.

For information on our Lenten and Holy Week services please contact the Church office at (210) 735-5051 between the hours of 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.


Our Faith

The Sacraments
One of the best-known prayers of the Orthodox Church speaks of the spirit of God being "present in all places and filling all things." This profound affirmation is basic to Orthodoxy's understanding of God and His relationship to the world. Learn more»