The All-Holy Body and Precious Blood of Christ.
The ancient, undivided Church has always maintained that Holy Communion isn't a means to union; it's the fruit of a union already achieved. As Orthodox Christians, we all believe the same thing. The Creed is the symbol of that unity.

Orthodox Christians are invited to approach the Holy Chalice and receive Communion. Refer to Already Orthodox for information on what is expected of you and whom to contact prior to your arrival.

While you cannot receive communion if you aren't an Orthodox Christian, we hope you will accept some of the blessed bread at the end of the service, and then stay for coffee hour. It's a good time to get to know some of our parishioners.