Online Resources:

Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy  In this Ancient Faith podcast series Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick provides a comprehensive overview of the differences between Orthodoxy and all other religions and denominations.  

Ancient Faith has many podcasts which are educational to Orthodox Christians or those hoping to learn more.

Daily Lives of Saints can be found on the OCA site.


St. Vladimir's Press has many resources including books and music for purchase.

Everyday Saints is a contemporary book that tells the many stories of the presence of God in the lives of people.

Land of the Firebird, written by a friend of our parish, Suzanne Massie, is the story of the beauty of old Russian and the weaving together of rich culture and deep spirituality.

The Way of a Pilgrim is a beautiful introduction to the spirtual path and life of prayer and faith in God.

The Orthodox Church by Timothy Ware is a true classic for those interested in Orthodoxy.

The Faith by Clark Carlton is another great introduction to Orthodoxy has been used by St. John the Russian's catechism classes. 

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We extend a prayerful and sincere welcome to all visitors. The Orthodox Church of Saint John the Russian is a growing and vibrant community. Our parishioners come from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds. All of our services are in English. 

Our parish was founded in 1976 and falls under the omophorion of Metropolitan Nicholas of Eastern America and New York, First Hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia (ROCOR)

Whether you are an Orthodox Christian looking for a parish home, someone interested in Orthodoxy or just visiting the area, we hope that you enjoy your time worshiping with our community. 

You are cordially invited to join us for refreshments in our Fellowship Hall after Divine Liturgy.

Newsletter "Facing East"

Thursday, 17 / 30 November
6:00AM Matins
Friday, 18 November / 1 December
6:00AM Matins
5:00PM Vespers
Saturday, 19 November / 2 December
7:00AM Matins
8:00AM Divine Liturgy
5:30PM Vigil
Sunday, 20 November / 3 December
8:40AM 3rd & 6th Hours
9:00AM Divine Liturgy, followed by Coffee Hour
6:30PM Great Vespers
Monday, 21 November / 4 December
8:00AM Matins
9:00AM Divine Liturgy
5:00PM Vespers
Tuesday, 22 November / 5 December
6:00AM Matins
5:00PM Vespers
Wednesday, 23 November / 6 December
6:00AM Matins
5:00PM Vespers
Thursday, 24 November / 7 December
6:00AM Matins
5:00PM Vespers
7:00PM Women's Gathering