Holy Apostles Orthodox Church

Holy Apostles Orthodox Church is a community of believers in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. The Orthodox Church is evangelical, but not Protestant. It is Orthodox, but not Jewish. It is catholic, but not Roman. It isn't non-denominational, it is pre-denominational. It has believed, taught, preserved, defended and died for the Faith of the Apostles since the Day of Pentecost 2000 years ago. We belong to the Body of Christ, the Church of Christ. The Eastern Orthodox Church is organically the same congregation (or ecclesia) which was born at the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in Jerusalem on Pentecost, a direct continuation from the Apostles by laying on of hands from each generation of priests to the next. Orthodox Christians have been baptized in the name of the Holy Trinity and follow the ideals and beliefs of both the Scriptures and Sacred Tradition. We believe in the living and loving God, Whose Grace protects and guides us in the path of redemption. We believe that God has revealed Himself in the Bible through the prophets, and especially in the person of Jesus Christ, His only-begotten Son who is man's Savior. We especially believe in the Incarnation of Christ as God-Man, in His Crucifixion and Resurrection, in His Gospel and Commandments, and in the world to come. *



WEEKLY Services

Matins: Sun 8:00 AM
Divine Liturgy: Sun 10:00 AM
Vespers: Wed & Sat 6:00 PM

Many other weekday services and classes are served at Holy Apostles. Please check our Calendar for opportunities to pray and learn.


  • Thousands of times we sin and Christ forgives us, as long as we repent sincerely.
    — Elder Paisios of Mount Athos
  • Knowing this first, that no prophecy of Scripture is of any private interpretation.
    — 2 Peter 1:20
  • Battle against self-love with silence. The Devil most often destroys people through vanity. In earthly delights is hidden the poison of perdition.
    — Archbishop Seraphim (Sobolev) of Bogucharsk
  • The rule of life for a perfect person is to be in the image and likeness of God.
    — St. Clement of Alexandria
  • It is a sin to spend time in idleness. To substitute church services and one's prayer rule with work is also a sin.
    — St. Ambrose of Optina
  • The fruits of the earth are not brought to perfection immediately, but by time, rain and care; similarly, the fruits of men ripen through ascetic practice, study, time, perseverance, self-control and patience.
    — St. Anthony the Great
  • Because straight is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.
    — Matthew 7:1
  • Let us always try to do good without expecting anything in return.
    — Elder Paisios of Mount Athos
  • Bear with every man in such a way that God may also bear with thee.
    — Abba Amonis
  • Fasting and self-restraint are the first virtue, the mother, root, source and foundation of all good.
    — Callistos and Ignatios Xanthopoulos

* Excerpt from "The Faith We Hold" by Archbishop Paul of Finland