Welcome to the St. John Greek Orthodox Church Website

"Welcome one another, therefore, just as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God." - Romans 15:7

Welcome to our parish website! We are a warm, family-oriented community of Christian believers. Services are conducted in mostly English, while honoring our ancient Christian Tradition with some hymns in Ancient Greek. We invite you to come and worship the Lord with us as we seek to grow closer to Christ!

Please feel free to read our Frequently Asked Questions and visitor information.

Parish News

Holy Week Services 2022

Saturday, April 16 - 10am Divine Liturgy for Saturday of Lazarus

Sunday, April 17 - 10am Palm Sunday Divine Liturgy

Sunday, April 17 - 6:30pm Bridegroom Service

Monday, April 18 - 6:30pm Bridegroom Service

Tuesday, April 19 - 6:30pm Bridegroom Service with Hymn of Kassiani

Wednesday, April 20 - 6:30pm Sacrament of Holy Unction

Thursday, April 21 - 10am Divine Liturgy (Mystical Supper)

Thursday, April 21 - 6:30pm  Passion of our Lord (12 Gospels)

Friday, April 22 - 3pm Vespers of the Descent from the Cross

Friday, April 22 - 6:30pm Orthros of Great Saturday (Epitafios & the Lamentations)

Saturday, April 23 - 10am Divine Liturgy (1st Resurrection)

Saturday, April 23 - 10pm Resurrection Vigil

Saturday, April 23 - 11pm Resurrection of Christ & Divine Liturgy

Sunday, April 24 - 12 noon Agape Vespers

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Services Schedule

Sundays: Divine Liturgy: 4:00 PM

We invite you to worship with us! You can visit our contact page for maps and directions to our church. 

The Glorious Prophet and Forerunner John the Baptist

The glorious Prophet and Forerunner John the Baptist is also referred to as John the Forerunner because he was the forerunner of Christ. He was an ascetic and great prophet, who baptized Christ and became one of the most revered saints in the Orthodox Church. John is a cousin of Christ through his mother Elizabeth who was the daughter of Zoia. Zoia is the sister of Christ's grandmother. He was later beheaded by Herod in the first century to satisfy the request of Herod's stepdaughter, Salome, and wife Herodias. He is sometimes called the Angel of the Desert; because of this title, he is sometimes depicted with wings.

Apolytikion in the Second Mode

The memory of the righteous is celebrated with songs of praise, But the Lord's testimony is sufficient for you, O Forerunner. You were shown indeed to be the most Honorable of the Prophets, for in the waters you baptize the one whom you preached. After suffering with joy on behalf of the truth, you proclaimed even to those in hell the God who appeared in the flesh Who takes away the sin of the world, and grants us great mercy!


Kontakion in Plagal of the Second Mode

The river Jordan trembled, and was driven back filled with fear at Your coming in the flesh, While John drew back in awe As he fulfilled the ministry of the Spirit. The ranks of angels stood amazed, When they beheld You baptized in the stream, And we, who were in darkness, are filled with light, praising You, God made manifest, who enlightens all!

Upcoming Services & Events

Aug 18

7 pmParish Council Meeting

Sep 15

7 pmParish Council Meeting

Oct 17

9 amSale Prep - Kourambiethes

Oct 20

7 pmParish Council Meeting

Nov 3

9 amSale Prep - Galaktoboureko

Nov 11

9 amSale Prep - Bread

Nov 16

9 amDivine Liturgy - St. Matthew

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