Welcome! We are a warm, friendly community worshipping Jesus Christ together in the ancient and beautiful Christian Orthodox tradition. Our services are entirely in English. We are a parish of The Orthodox Church in America, in the Diocese of New York and New Jersey. We are currently celebrating our 50th anniversary year!

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Screen Shot 2015-06-17 at 10.44.20 AM Bulletin for June 17, 2015 - Download Bulletin All Saints of North America Father Alexander Hotovitzky ~ Father Alexis of Wilkes-Barre PA ~ Basil Martysz hieromartyr in Poland ~ Brendan the Navigator of Canada ~ Herman of Alaska ~ Bishop Innocent of Alaska ~ Father Jacob Netsvetov ~ Father John Kochurov ~ Archbishop John (Maximovitch) of San Francisco ~ Father Juvenaly of Alaska ~ …
Screen Shot 2015-06-09 at 2.27.01 PM Bulletin for June 7, 2015 - Download Bulletin Sunday of All Saints “Therefore we also, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight and the sin which so easily ensnares us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, looking to Jesus, the author and finisher of …
Screen Shot 2015-06-01 at 2.29.47 PM Bulletin for May 31, 2015 - Download Bulletin Pentecost: The Descent of the Holy Spirit from the Akathist “To The Holy Spirit” Come, unto me for I have been sealed with Your awesome name! Come, lighten my conscience which is greatly troubled! Come, renew in me Your image darkened by my sins! Come, dispel images and visions of sinful things! Come, …
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Screen Shot 2015-05-15 at 9.30.50 AM Bulletin for May 17, 2015 - Download Bulletin Sunday of the Blind Man Hierarchical visit of His Eminence, Archbishop Michael Ordination to the Holy Diaconate of Reverend Deacon Sean McNulty “The Grace Divine which always heals that which is infirm and completes that which is wanting, elevates, through the laying-on of hands, Sean, the most devout Sub-deacon to be a Deacon. …
Screen Shot 2015-05-12 at 12.46.25 PM Bulletin for May 10, 2015 - Download Bulletin The Samaritan Woman: Saint Photini The original name of the Samaritan woman is not known, but the church knows her as Saint Photini (Svetlana in Russian, it means “of the Light”) the “Equal to the Apostles.” She was baptized after the resurrection, and in a continuation of her zealous apostolic ministry begun on the day she …
Screen Shot 2015-05-03 at 9.22.40 AM Bulletin for May 3, 2015 - Download Bulletin The Paralytic at the Pool How tragic this story in the life of Christ is! A man had been paralyzed for years. He had lain at a short distance from healing, but he himself had no strength to merge into the waters of ablution. And no one – no one in the course …
Screen Shot 2015-04-25 at 9.30.39 PM Bulletin for April 26, 2015 - Download Bulletin 3rd Sunday of Pascha The Holy Myrrh-Bearing Women As the Myrrh-bearers went to Your tomb, O Savior, they were perplexed in mind and said to themselves: “Who will roll the stone away from the sepulcher for us?” And looking up, they saw that the stone was rolled away. They were awestruck by the form of the Angel …
Screen Shot 2015-04-18 at 1.46.59 PM Bulletin for April 19, 2015 - Download Bulletin Christ is Risen! 2nd Sunday of Pascha St. Thomas Sunday Today we are keeping the day of Saint Thomas the Apostle. Too often we remember him only as a doubter; indeed he is the one who questioned the message which the other Apostles brought to him when they said: Christ is risen! We …
Screen Shot 2015-04-03 at 11.41.32 AM Bulletin for April 5, 2015 - Download Bulletin The Entry of Our Lord into Jerusalem Palm Sunday The beginning of Christ’s Passion is today’s triumphal procession. The people expected a king, a leader — and they found the Saviour of their souls. Nothing embitters a person so much as a lost, a disappointed hope; and that explains why people who could …