“It is impossible to imagine an Orthodox church in which candles are not lit.” (Blessed Simeon of Thessalonica, 15th Century)

“I am the light of the world; he who follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” (John 8:12)

We know that at this time it can be difficult to pray from home and not physically be in the church. One of the first things most people do upon entering an Orthodox Church is to light their candle and offer prayers for one’s personal needs or that of a family member or friend, we also light candles to pray for protection and safety so that we may live this life without fear.

Covid Restrictions Update - Special Announcement

(as March 4, 2022)

Our Sunday and Greek school programs have resumed in person classes. Wearing a mask is optional upon entering the building. We ask all parishioners to please follow the direction of the Board of Trustees, so we may continue to remain safe. We thank you for your cooperation and patience in these matters. More »

We shall continue to evaluate guidelines and procedures, as changes occur and/or needed.

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Sunday December 4
10th Sunday of Luke
Barbara the Great Martyr
John the Righteous of Damascus
New Hieromartyr Seraphim, Bishop of the Phanar in Greece
Orthos 9:00 am followed by The Divine Liturgy (Fall\Winter Hours)
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Alter Boy Liturgical Schedule. More »

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Εκκλησιαστικές Λειτουργίες

Κυριακή 4 Δεκεμβρίου
9,00 π.μ.

Church Bulletin for Sunday, December 4, 2022

Dear Parishioners and friends of Saint George,

We hope everyone is doing well. See the bulletin for this Sunday. Please take a moment to read about all the wonderful things happening at Saint George!

Wishing everyone a blessed weekend,
The Church Office


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Click here to view the bulletin of Sunday, December 4