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 the life and spirit of the Orthodox Church. Learn More»
Sundays — Orthros (Matins) 8:30 am | Divine Liturgy 10:00 am
Weekday Feasts — Orthros (Matins) 8:30 am | Divine Liturgy 10:00 am
Please be sure to view the Parish Calendar for more details on weekday and special services.
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 are interested in learning more about our church and the Orthodox Faith, please contact the church office.
Myron the Martyr of Cyzicus; Straton, Philip, Eutychian, & Cyprian the Martyrs of Nicomedea; Afterfeast of the Dormition of our Most Holy Lady the Theotokos and Ever Virgin Mary; Demetrios the New, Righteous-Martyr of Samaria; Eutychios, Eutychianos and Kassiani the siblings; Paul, Juliana, and those martyred with them (the executioners)