I am not a member of your parish. May I attend Divine Liturgy?
We welcome all visitors to attend our services and community events.
May I bring my child?
Children are always welcome!
What about people with special needs?
For any questions about special needs for a family member or handicapped access please don’t hesitate to call the Church office at 203-748-2992. We will be delighted to assist you in any way that we can.
Is Divine Liturgy said in Greek?
The majority of the service is in English. Pre-Covid we provided service books with complete Greek and English text side by side so you can follow the service with ease and continuity.
Those in attendance and those at home may want to access the text of the divine services by visiting Digital Chant Stand at https://www.agesinitiatives.com/dcs/public/dcs/dcs.html. Just click on the date on the left side of the page and/or download the app and navigate to the appropriate service.
I am a Christian. May I receive Communion?
Only those who are baptized or chrismated in the Orthodox faith may receive Holy Communion. All are invited to receive the blessed bread (antidoron) after Liturgy concludes, regardless of faith tradition.
What happens after the service?
Pre-Covid, there was a coffee and fellowship hour in our Parish hall after Sunday services. We look forward to the return of this wonderful time to socialize and make new friends.
Whom may I contact for more information?
Please call our Parish Office at 203-748-2992 or email email@example.com
We look forward to having you join us for worship on Sunday!