* Orthros & Divine Liturgy - 9:00 am *
Orthodoxy touches many lands and many languages.
Whatever your background, we are glad of your interest and bid you peace in our Lord Jesus Christ.
We invite you to work and pray with us in giving glory to God the Holy Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
All are welcome!
Please keep in mind and practice the rule of abstaining from any drink or food from noon until Communion is offered when participating in Holy Communion at evening Liturgy. Those who are ill or on medications are not required to observe this rule strictly. However, even they should abstain at least an hour or two before the beginning of Liturgy.
With the blessing of His Eminence Metropolitan Evangelos, We are happy to announce that the Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church will reopen for Liturgy on Sunday, June 21st. We have been preparing for weeks in anticipation of being able to worship together again, and we must adhere to the requirements set forth by His Eminence Metropolitan Evangelos for a Three Phase Reopening Process (click here).
May the grace of our Lord, Jesus Christ, the love of God the Father and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with us all.
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In recent weeks as the threat of the COVID-19 Pandemic has more harshly affected other areas of the United States such as in the southern and western states, an alarming trend has started to appear. There are reports that, in some cases, people who have been inflicted with the Coronavirus had contracted it through their attendance at their local churches and other houses of worship. READ MORE
In what can only be described as an act of hatred, disdain, and malice towards the Orthodox faith, Byzantine culture, and Hellenic heritage, the government and courts of Turkey have given permission for the venerable and holy Church of Agia Sophia in Constantinople to be turned into a mosques. READ MORE. FORM LETTER
During the past several months our nation has seen immense difficulties, families have endured severe hardships, and countless people have felt the devastating effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic. These challenges tested our fortitude as our local communities
and state authorities put sweeping measures in place in an effort to prevent the further spread of this vicious virus. READ MORE
Let the celebration of our nation's independence inspire us to seek this freedom in love continually within our hearts and minds so that it may permeate our very being and so that we may be encouraged to become ambassadors of freedom everywhere and for every person seeking justice throughout the world. READ MORE
In the Tradition of the Orthodox Church, the Saturday prior to the Feast of Pentecost is marked by a commemoration of all those who have fallen asleep in the Lord in the hope of the Resurrection. This commemoration, commonly referred to as the Saturday of Souls is the final of four Saturdays of Souls during the year with the other three commemorations taking place during the Triodion period and during Great and Holy Lent. READ MORE
Over the past several days, communities across the United States have been in turmoil due to the tragic and unjust death of George Floyd in Minneapolis this past week. READ MORE
Our Ladies Philoptochos is offering Tsoureki for sale in time for the Feast of the Dormition. Pre-paid orders only, no cash accepted. Order online with a credit card, or send a check to the church payable to Philoptochos with "bake sale" in the memo. Orders will be taken until we run out, pickup after church Saturday August 15th.
Vacation Church Camp Cancelled
This Summer's Vacation Church Camp, "Icons: Windows Into Heaven," is unfortunately cancelled. Thank you for your eagerness to want to continue this enjoyable yet vital program. The Coronavirus pandemic has definitely changed our mindsets in all aspects of life, including how we must stay healthy by keeping a safe distance from one another. So, sadly, we will just have to cancel and reschedule it until next summer. See you then!
Daily Readings App
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Department of Internet Ministries
The Daily Readings App on your mobile device is the easiest way to access the day's Bible readings prescribed by the Lectionary of the Greek Orthodox Church. The Daily Readings App also lets you read the lives of the saints or lookup fasting guidelines for each day right on your device.