Attend Divine Liturgy
Divine Liturgies our now open to our parishioners with limits - 100 people plus staff on Sundays and 25 people or less on weekdays. Please see the Parish Calendar for most up to date schedule of Divine Liturgies. All parishioners must wear masks and register prior to attending and follow guidelines set forth by the Federal and State authorities, as well as our Metropolis Guidelines.
Once you have signed up, you will see the list of available services. Just click on the service you want to attend, click the RSVP button, add any additional attendees, agree to the consent form, and you're all set! You'll receive a precheck screening 48 hours prior to the Divine Liturgy you want to attend. Make sure to complete the precheck screening before you arrive at St. Demetrios.
Light a Virtual Candle
An integral part of our Orthodox worship is lighting a candle as we enter the Church. Prayers are important especially during this difficult time. Our church doors are now open in limited capacity (see above). If you're not able to attend quite yet, you can still have candles lit and prayers said for you and your loved ones. Please submit your request on the form below, click on a donation amount, and Fr. Photios will light candles and say prayers for you and your loved ones at the next scheduled service.
The mission of our web site is to provide an instant and accessible forum of information about our parish, its families, our culture and our faith, Orthodox Christianity. It is intended to be educational, informative and spiritual, with the ultimate goal being the spreading of His Word.
We welcome all resident and non-resident Orthodox and non-Orthodox faithful to our church and invite you to join us for altar services, educational programs and events.
St. Demetrios Mission Statement
"To proclaim the Gospel of Christ in the Orthodox Christian Tradition while creating a vibrant,loving, compassionate and supportive community."
Afterfeast of the Theophany of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ
Saints and Feasts Commemorated
Afterfeast of the Theophany of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ; The Holy Martyrs Hermylus and Stratonicus; Maximos the Righteous of Kapsokalyvia, Mount Athos; Hilary of Poitiers; Synaxis of the Most Holy Theotokos - Mediatress; Kentigern, Bishop of Glasgow
Visit the Online Chapel for more daily readings, hymns, a monthly calendar of saints and feasts, and more.
THE ORTHODOX WAY - Our Monthly Newsletter, updated for January, 2021