Sunday Hours

* Orthros - 8:45 am *

* Divine Liturgy - 10:00 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.

Father George is following the liturgical directive issued by His Eminence Metropolitan Evangelos and the social distancing guidelines; he will continue conducting services but only with a chanter in attendance. Parishioners should view our services online via our Live Feed.

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.

Stewardship 2020 Challenge!

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Capital Campaign

We made history by purchasing 7.5 acres in Ashburn for our permanent church home! Donate today so we can begin building.


The Pentecostarion

The fifty days following Pascha until the Feast of Pentecost are known as the period of the Pentecostarion in the Orthodox Church.   READ MORE

Archpastoral Message - COVID-19

During the past several weeks, our communities, our country, and the world have contended with the devastating effects of the Coronavirus which has sickened millions, taken the lives of hundreds of thousands, and caused economic distress for countless persons throughout the world. READ MORE

Christ is Risen

Message from Father George Alexson: The week following the Resurrection of our Lord is known as Bright Week (Διακαινήσιμος εβδομάδα). As explained by the Weblog, Mystagogy, Bright Week, otherwise known as Renewal Week, begins on Pascha Sunday and ends on the following Sunday of Thomas. The name probably originates from the fact that the newly baptized catechumens from Pascha are newly illumined and bright. For them it is a time of regeneration and renewal.  READ MORE

Archpastoral Message

As we approach the Sacred days of Holy and Great Week, we find ourselves in a situation in which none of us have ever experienced before. READ MORE

COVID-19 Encyclical

Even in the midst of the chaos which ensues throughout this nation and the world caused by the Coronavirus, I implore you to remain prayerful always. St. Paul teaches us to “Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, in everything give thanks” (1 Thess. 5:16-18). READ MORE

Father Zacharias’s Word of Consolation for the Pandemic

Fr. Zacharias is a disciple of Elder Sophrony and a member of the Patriarchal and Stavropegic Monastery of St. John the Baptist in Essex England.​ READ MORE

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Spring Cereal Drive Benefiting Loudoun Hunger Relief

Drop off your cereal at church on:
Saturday, May 23rd  10AM - noon
Saturday, May 30th   10AM - noon

We will be at church so you can just drop off the cereal outside. Thank you for your generosity. Email Alexis Cleveland with questions.

"Virtual Ladies Nite In"
Thursday, May 28th 
5:30PM - 6:30PM

If you would like to attend, please send an RSVP email to Lisa Orphanides by Monday, May 25th.



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.

The Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church is under the dominion of His Eminence Evangelos, Metropolitan of New Jersey,