Thank you for visiting the St. Andrew Orthodox Church website. We hope you find our site informative and edifying. We also invite you to join us for one of our liturgical services – services that have been part of the worshipping tradition of apostolic Christianity since the era of the “early Christian Church."
Our parish is part of the ancient Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch where St. Luke in the Book of Acts tells us the believers were mockingly called “Christians” for the first time (Acts 11:26). We are part of the global Eastern Orthodox Church community which includes national churches in traditionally Orthodox countries like Russia, Greece, Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria, Cyprus, and the Middle East, but also in Japan, China, India, the Philippines, throughout Europe including Germany, France, Poland, Finland, across the British Isles, throughout the African continent including Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, and across North, Central and South America. There are over 250 million Eastern Orthodox Christians in the world today and over 1 million in the United States.
Our parish is more than just a place where people come to worship the living God (although it is first and foremost that!). St. Andrew is a vibrant faith community of people of all ages and backgrounds who are working out their faith together and raising their families in accordance with the commandments of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and the sacred norms for spiritual life of the ancient Holy Eastern Orthodox Church.
Many of our congregants journeyed to the Orthodox Church from other Christian faith traditions and denominations and some non-Christian religious and spiritual traditions. Whether you are “on a journey” or just wanting to visit a local Orthodox parish you will be welcome at St. Andrew. We are always honored to have visitors join us for prayer and worship.
Please Note Bulletin Update for Saturday the 23rd.
The location of the Walk for Life is Planned Parenthood - it begins at 10am.
The church is now open with limited
attendance in the Temple, and provision for overflow.
See bulletin for guidance on participation.
5:00pm Vespers for the Holy Martyrs Eutropius, Cleonicus,
and Basiliscus of Cappadocia
6:00pm Paraklesis to the Theotokos
7:00pm Lecture 3: Romans Chapter 3 in lecture series
The Gospel Revealed: An Exposition of Romans
with Family Night
5:00pm Vespers for the Holy and Righteous Martyr Conon
of Isauria; Holy Father Nikolai of Zicha
5:00pm Vespers for the Holy 42 Martyrs of Amoria
8:00am Divine Liturgy for the Holy 42 Martyrs of Amo
4:00pm Catechumen Class – The Mystery of Baptism
5:30pm Great Vespers
10:00am Divine Liturgy – Sunday of the Prodigal Son