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Curious about what it means to be Melkite Greek Catholic?

Welcome

We welcome you to come and share the Divine Life with us through participation in the life of the Church: the Holy Mysteries/Sacraments, the Divine Liturgy, prayer and fasting, and the common life of loving service to one another. This is the participation in the Divine Life that Our Blessed Savior Jesus Christ came to give us. Participation in the Divine Nature, in a word holiness.

Roman Catholics who are baptized and confirmed may share the Holy Eucharist with us, as can Orthodox Christians. We are always ready to share with those who come to the faith once given to the Apostles lived and guarded and preserved by us until now. Please come to visit us. You will find orthodoxy of faith, purity of doctrine, beauty of worship, a commitment to struggle for holiness among people just like you.

If it's your first time visiting or you want to learn more, visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.

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Upcoming Services

Tuesday, March 21: 6:30 PM Vespers

Wednesday, March 22: 6:30 PM Presanctified Liturgy

Thursday, March 23: 6:30 PM Great Canon of St Andrew

Friday, March 24: 6:30 PM Akathist

Saturday, March 25: 10:30 AM Divine Liturgy
Saturday, March 25: 6:00 PM Great Vespers

Sunday, March 26: 9:15 AM Orthros, 10:30 AM Divine Liturgy

Monday, March 27: 6:30 PM Presanctified Liturgy

Resources for Great Lent

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Melkite?

The term Melkite Greek Catholic may sound mysterious to many people. Learn about Greek Catholics and the Middle Eastern roots of the Melkite Church.

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Eastern Traditions

The Christian Church was born in the Middle East, but most Americans are only acquainted with Western Christian traditions. Learn about what makes Eastern Christianity distinctive.

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Holy Mysteries

We are enlivened and transformed by the grace of God received in the Holy Mysteries of the Church. Learn more about how we share in the divine life of our Lord and Savior.