Attendance is limited to 45 people in the church during the services. A sign-up for each week's more popular services will be sent out and posted to the web site.
A mask is required to be properly worn at services (unless one is 10 years old or younger, or cannot medically tolerate a face covering). If you do not have a mask, or have forgotten it, one can be provided.
Orthodox Christian Faith Series
The Orthodox Christian Faith class will resume on Wednesday, May 12 at 7 pm. Please join us for a lenten supper at 6 pm, followed by the Small Compline service.
If you have any questions, please contact Father Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-581-1434.
Churches are Hospitals for the Soul
There are two pandemics raging now, and that of the human psyche is a greater force to be reckoned with than the coronavirus. If hospitals are needed to treat those infected with COVID, then churches are needed to treat the human soul, according to His Eminence Metropolitan Gabriel of Lovech of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church.
Metropolitan Isaiah on receiving the Holy Eucharist
As members of our Orthodox Christian Church which our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ established through His Supreme Sacrifice on the Holy Cross, giving His holy Body and Sacred Blood for the Life of the world, we have been facing unwelcomed difficulties in unncessary discussions concerning the manner our people partake of the Holy Eurcharist. In the past two thousand years of the Church, during the first millennium the manner of the people receiving the Holy Eucharist was evolving. But for the past millennium the Church established the way in which people of all ages, including baptized infants and the elderly, could easily partake of the holy Body and sacred Blood of the Lord without difficulties in receiving the holy gifts.