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 revised directive issued by the Ecumenical Patriarchate and forwarded by Metropolitan Evangelos to continue conducting services but only with a chanter in attendance. Starting with this week's Salutations service on Friday and Liturgy on Sunday, 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!

Give an extra $20 per month

Give 20 hours of time and talent

Email: to say you accept!


Capital Campaign

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


Third Sunday of Lent

Message from Father George Alexson: Today, Sunday, March 22nd, we stand at the mid-point of our Lenten journey. Very few of us, if any, have ever experienced what we are now going through in the face of this dreadful pandemic. Never before in the fifty years of my priesthood have I had to celebrate liturgical services in an empty church. 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

Encyclical for the Annunciation

Celebrating the Annunciation of the Theotokos and Greek Independence Day from His Eminence Metropolitan Evangelos. 

Epitaphio/Altar Fund

Decorating our church during this special Easter season is a very important and quite sentimental tradition. Please consider making a donation to adorn our church. Learn more about the Epitaphio Committe and make a donation by clicking here.

COVID-19 Encyclical

Message from His Eminence Metropolitan Evangelos. 

AHEPA Scholarships

Attention High School Seniors, AHEPA Scholarship applications are available. Go to our AHEPA Chapter 542 website for the AHEPA chapter, district, metro, and national scholarship applications.

Telephone Caregiver Support Group

Facilitated by professionals and sponsored by the Ladies Philoptochos, the support group will "meet" by phone Thursday evenings. See the attachment for more information.

Choir Appeal

We hear you proudly singing in the pews every week, and you have wonderful voices!  I'd like to invite you up front on Sundays to help us sing.  If you can read music (even a little) and/or if you have a good ear (you find yourself singing along, even when you are outside of Church), please join us.  Come one, come all - and all ages are welcome (encourage your young teens and kids too).

- Bret Lansdell


We can use some help in making Prosforo for our services. Please contact Father George if you can help.

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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.


*POSTPONED* Feast of the Annunciation & Greek Independence Day 

The Feast of the Annunciation and Greek Independence Day Celebration with a performance by our Greek School students will be postponed until after Pascha.

*POSTPONED* Make PROSFORA for the Church

Thursday, March 19 7:00pm at church

Please join us as we will all learn how to make a Prosforon - a gift.... THE gift, to be used in the Divine Liturgy as the lamb, the Son of God. Everyone welcome! Email Denise Lansdell for ingredient and items lists needed. This will be a wonderful opportunity during Lent for grandparents and/or our families to contribute to our parish.  

*POSTPONED* Greek Independence Day Parade

Sunday March 29th at 2pm in Baltimore, MD

Join us for this special celebration with other area  Greek churches in our 3rd year participating as a parish! Contact Athanasia

*CANCELLED* Annual Spring Cleaning

Saturday, April 4 9am-1:00pm 

Please volunteer your time to help us clean and beautify our Church in preparation for  Holy Week.  Contact Mariana Korulaki.


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