Are you looking for the original Church, the fullness of life? You have found it.
We humbly offer a home for all who seek Jesus Christ, as expressed in Orthodoxy’s ancient and living Tradition. We maintain an unbroken chain (“apostolic succession”) to the faith delivered by Christ to the apostles – not just essential beliefs but a transformative way of worship and daily discipleship.
Our community is diverse, comprised of converts (from other Christian backgrounds), catechumens preparing to be received into Orthodoxy, and faithful with roots to traditionally Orthodox countries. We’re under the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, and you’ll find that every Orthodox parish in America has an apparent ethnic label (Antiochian (Arabic), Russian, Romanian, Serbian, etc.). This is only a matter of jurisdiction, designating the authoritative bishop in the ancient centers of Christianity. We’re a single, united Church and will one day naturally share an administrative structure: the “American Orthodox Church.”
We’re accustomed to visitors. If you have an interest in Orthodoxy, our priest, Fr. Joshua (email@example.com), would love to hear from you. Better still, “Come and see,” as our Lord says. “How can those who have never tasted honey know how sweet it is? Taste and see. Experience makes everything clear” (St. Basil the Great +379). You can join us:
Learn about Orthodoxy
Introduction & Resources
Join us for Worship
A Warm Invitation
Ministries & Offerings
Friday of the 12th Week
Saints and Feasts Commemorated
Visit the Online Chapel for more daily readings, hymns, a monthly calendar of saints and feasts, and more.