Announcements


WHAT IS THE ORTHODOX CHURCH?

Come and See!


FIVE MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT THE ORTHODOX CHURCH


SERVICE THIS THURSDAY EVENING – JANUARY 5, 2016

This Thursday evening, January 5, we will celebrate a Vesperal Divine Liturgy for The Feast of the Theophany (Epiphany) of Our Lord Jesus Christ. This service will include The Great Blessing of the Waters.

We invite all to come celebrate with us as we worship God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

To read about The Theophany please visit here: http://antiochian.org/theophany

theophany-icon


HAPPY NEW YEAR!

We invite you to start the New Year by worshipping Our Lord God and Savior, Jesus Christ with us. If you are looking for a church, we may be the one for you. Come and see!

This Sunday, January 1, we will begin our services with Orthros/Matins at 9:00 AM. At 10:00 AM we will begin the Divine Liturgy, and afterwards we will have fellowship and coffee hour in the parish hall. We are very visitor friendly and would love to have you visit.

A NOTE TO VISITORS – attendance at Orthros/Matins is not required. If you plan to attend the Divine Liturgy only, there is no break between the two services, so if you arrive and a service is in progress, come on in!

christ-icon


OUR JANUARY 2017 CALENDAR

Calendar 201701

Please click on calendar to enlarge.


CHRIST IS BORN! GLORIFY HIM!

We invite you to come celebrate The Natvity of Christ with us, this Sunday, December 25. Orthros/Matins will begin at 9:00 AM, and The Divine Liturgy will begin at 10:00 AM. We will not have coffee hour so that we can get home sooner to celebrate with our families.

To learn more about The Feast of the Nativity, please visit here: http://www.antiochian.org/nativity/great-feast

nativity-icon


INTRODUCING THEORIA.TV

Theoria.tv is a website that features videos about the Orthodox Church, free of charge! Check them out here:

www.theoria.tv

Theoria

 


EVANGELICALS DISCOVER ORTHODOXY

Here is a great video about 2000 Evangelical Protestant Christians, who set out on a journey to find out what the ancient Church was really like, and in doing so, discovered Orthodoxy. Our own Fr. Gregory was part of this movement, the effects of which continue even today!