• Next Worship : Sunday at 10:00am

Schedule of Services

Regular Services

Sundays - Divine Liturgy

9:00am Matins. The morning service of the Church is called Matins. It opens with the reading of six morning psalms and the intoning of the Great Litany.

10:00am Divine Liturgy. The Divine Liturgy is always held by Orthodox Christians on the Lord's Day which is Sunday, the "day after Sabbath" which is symbolic of the first day of creation and the last day -- or as it is called in Holy Tradition, the eighth day -- of the Kingdom of God. This is the day of Christ's resurrection from the dead, the day of God's judgment and victory predicted by the prophets, the Day of the Lord which inaugurates the presence and the power of the "kingdom to come" already now within the life of this present world.

Saturdays - Vespers

5:00pm Vespers (Second and fourth Saturdays of the month). In the Orthodox Church the liturgical day begins in the evening with the setting of the sun. The Vesper service in the Church always begins with the chanting of the evening psalm: “...the sun knows it’s time for setting, Thou makest darkness and it is night….” (Psalm 104: 19-20) This psalm, which glorifies God’s creation of the world, is man’s very first act of worship, for man first of all meets God as Creator.

Additional Services

In addition to regular services, Feast Days (such as the Annunciation, the Nativity, Theophany are celebrated with special services and Great Lent has its own schedule of services. Please check the Calendar page for the most current schedule of upcoming servcies.