St. George Orthodox Christian Mission
2654 Red Cliffs Drive, St. George, UT 84790
Welcome

 

St. George Orthodox Christian Church is a community where the Holy Trinity – God, the Father Almighty, His Son, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit, the Comforter and Giver of Life - is glorified. 

The Holy Orthodox Church is the unending continuation of the Church founded by Jesus Christ, spread throughout the ancient world by His Apostles, who through their apostolic ministry took the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the known world. The Orthodox Christian faith, according to Saint Jude, “is once and for all delivered to the saints.” Through the life of the Holy Spirit the Orthodox Christian Church is preserved and protected; in the words of our Savior, Jesus Christ, “I will build my church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.”  

We invite you, therefore, to come and bear witness to the ancient, yet, ever-present Faith, that was established by our Lord, God, and Savior Jesus Christ, and preserved and faithfully handed down to each and every generation of Christians up to the present!

The Orthodox Christian community at 2654 Red Cliffs Drive, St. George, UT is growing. We are an active parish and we welcome you to join us.

See for yourself  how the Goodness, the Beauty, the Truth, and the Permanence of Orthodox Christianity, given to the world for the salvation of all people, manifests itself as the presence of the Kingdom of God here on earth, and specifically, here in St. George, Utah.

May the Lord bless you, keep you, and cause His face to shine upon you! 

+Father Thomas

 

Meet Up With Father Thomas

If you would like to set a time to talk to Father Thomas, you can call him at 951-322-5523 or email him at frthomas@stgorthodox.org

Weekly Service Schedule

Saturday, June 25th

  • Great Vespers @5pm for the Sunday of All Saints of North America
Sunday, June 26th
  • Orthros @ 9am and Divine Liturgy @10am for the Sunday of All Saints of North America
Saturday, July 2nd
  • Readers Great Vespers @5pmfor Hyacinth the Martyr of Caesarea & the Martyrs Theodotos and Theodata
Sunday, July 3rd
  • Orthros @ 9am and Divine Liturgy @10am for Hyacinth the Martyr of Caesarea & the Martyrs Theodotos and Theodata

Wednesday, July 6th

  • Vespers for Kyriake the Great Martyr

Thursday, July 7th

  • Vespers for Procopius the Great Martyr

Friday, July 8th

  • Vespers for the Heiromartyr Pancratios

Saturday, July 9th

  • Orthros @ 7:30 am and Divine Liturgy @ 8am for the Heiromartyr Pancratios
  • Great Vespers @ 5pm for followed by the Little Compline with Pre-Communion Canon

Sunday, July 10th

  • Orthros @ 9am and Divine Liturgy @10am

 

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