Choir and Chanters

Our Proto-chantor is Demetrios Milios.
Our Adult Choir director is Tony Beaudry.
Our Youth Choir director is Nike Beaudry.

The Orthodox Church traditionally does not use any instruments in the liturgy, instead relying entirely on choral music and chanting. Essentially all the words of Orthodox services, except sermons and such, are either chanted or sung by readers and choirs and when possible the congregations. Read more on Wikipedia »

Holy Land Meditation Booklet

Holy Land Booklet

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Monthly Bulletin
Monthly Message
February 01, 2019 -
Over the past several Sundays, I’ve been preaching on  topics related to our seriousness and our commitment to following the ways of our faith and developing a vibrant, living, dynamic relationship with Christ.

 

Recent Sermons
February 04, 2019 -
“Don’t accept the grace of God in vain.” St. Paul warns the first Christians in Corinth about this in today’s epistle reading. What does that mean? How can one accept the grace of God in vain?

 

January 21, 2019 -
A strange illness has appeared in our days – the passion for distractions. Never before was there such a desire for distractions; people have forgotten how to lead a serious life for the good of others; they have no spiritual life and are bored. They exchange the profound content of a spiritual life for distractions! What madness! We must re-introduce into life its lost meaning and give back to the people the knowledge of the true purpose of life.

 

Our Orthodox Faith
Our Faith

The Scriptural Call to Evangelize
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