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Baptism is the first in a series of rites through which one is initiated or received into the Orthodox Church.

To learn more about baptism, click: HERE

To schedule a baptism, please contact us!


The rite of Chrismation is most often celebrated as part of a baptism, however Chrismation is also one of the ways by which those who have been baptized outside of the Orthodox Church may be received into the Orthodox Church. 


To learn more about the Mystery of Chrismation, click: HERE

To discuss being received into the Orthodox Faith: contact us!


This institution of the Eucharist (Holy Communion) by our Lord is the means whereby we become united with Christ and with each other as a church.

To learn more about the Mystery of the Eucharist, click: HERE

If you are sick, imprisoned, or homebound and would like to receive Holy Communion: Contact Us!


The Mystery of Reconciliation, sometimes referred to as the "Sacrament of Penance," or simply as "Confession," is a "second baptism, a baptism of tears," in which one confesses his or her sins and asks for forgiveness and healing.

To learn more about Confession, click: HERE


Confessions are heard after all evening services. To schedule confession, please contact us!


The Mystery of Holy Matrimony is that in which the image of the union of Christ with the Church -- the conjugal union between a man and woman--- is blessed.

To learn more about the Mystery of Holy Matrimony (Marriage), click: HERE

To schedule a wedding, please contact us!


The Mystery of Holy Orders is that in which one who has been canonically selected and ordained by a bishop receives the grace of the Holy Spirit and is instistuted to perform the sacraments and to tend the flock of Christ, i..e, to serve and govern the Church.


To learn more about Holy Orders (Ordination) to the various ranks, click: HERE

To discuss ordination/vocations, please contact us!


The Mystery of Holy Unction (or Anointing of the Sick), the sick or injured are anointed with holy oil, while the grace of the Holy Spirit is invoked on him or her, which heals sicknesses, both bodily and spiritual. The Sacrament is not only for the dying, but rather is for any who are sick, injured, or suffering, whether physically, mentally, emotionally, or spiritually.


To learn more about the Mystery of Holy Unction (Anointing of the Sick), click: HERE

If you (or one of your friends/family) are sick or injured, please contact us!


The Funeral Service, though not always counted as a "Sacrament" or "Mystery" of the Church, is integral to our understanding of the Orthodox's theology of life and death. The entire funeral rite is inspired by prayer for the departed and the desire to console the grieving.


To learn more about rites/services for the departed, including the Funeral Service, please click HERE

To schedule funeral services for a friend or family member, please contact us!


The Orthodox Church has a prayer for just about everything. There are prayers for blessing just about any object (Vehicles, Bee-hives, Icons, Animals, Houses, and more), services of need (Molieben) for almost any situation (Bad Weather, Sleep Issues, Trouble Studying, Soldiers going overseas, etc.), as well as services of thanksgiving (for healing, good health, new job, etc.), and services honoring patron saints, special feasts, or commemorating events (anniversaries, birthdays, etc.).


To learn more about other special services, please click: HERE

If you are seeking prayer for some need, concern, trouble, worry, joy, or blessing, please contact us!

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We serve Divine Liturgy at 9:00am on Sundays. Please check the calendar below for more details.


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205 Scarborough Street
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
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