We would be honored by your visit and invite you to come experience the ancient Orthodox Christian Church and worship with us. Visiting an Orthodox Church, for many people, is a new and exciting experience. For those who are unfamiliar with the Orthodox Christian faith it may sometimes be difficult to understand what is happening, and we are sensitive to that. Be sure to read a very helpful article entitled “12 Things I wish I’d known…” written by Frederica Matthews-Green to prepare you for what you will experience.
If you have any questions during your visit, please speak to any one of the friendly members of Sts. Peter and Paul. Please join us in the fellowship hall after the service. On Sundays, we have a free fellowship meal, however people often stay and socialize for a bit on Saturdays or other evenings after services.
We regularly have visitors, so do not be surprised if you are approached by someone introducing themselves and asking where you are from. We look forward to meeting you. Please take a moment to sign our guest book at the visitor’s table, and introduce yourself to one of our priests, Fr. Justin or Fr. John, after the service.
What Is the Orthodox Church? – Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick