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Are you looking for the original, unchanged Christian Faith?

We are a Christ-centered community, pursuing transformative growth
through fidelity to Orthodox Christian truth and worship,
sharing the Gospel, and serving our neighbors and community.

All services are in English.


Join us for Worship & Fellowship

Online or in-person, your choice

You are welcome here! We are a multi-ethnic church, with people from all walks of life. The "Greek" in Greek Orthodox is an historical word. It shows we are true to the ancient and original Christian doctrine. If you are truly seeking Christ, then this can be your home.

Join us In-Person

There's a seat for you here!

Attend with us at the church building. We've got a seat waiting for you!

Note: Masks are welcome but not required, as of May 2021.

Join us Online

Live Broadcast on Facebook Live

Watch the service online.

You can also say "hi" in the chat section (live broadcasts), or watch past broadcasts.


Help Ukraine

1) Pray for the people of Russia and Ukraine, for peace, for their salvation.

2) Our parish and Ukrainian San Antonio, a 501(c)(3) charity, are collecting medical supplies and clothing to airlift to Ukraine.

Needed supplies are tourniquets, large bandages, splints, etc. Also powdered baby formula for orphaned infants. 

Needed clothing are long underwear (men's size, fits all), coats of all sizes, and any other serviceable items.

Bring items to the church building and place on the "Help Ukraine" table. Monetary donations are also welcome: make checks payable to "Ukrainian San Antonio."

3) Anastasia has also created this Amazon Medical Wishlist for Ukraine. All supplies will be mailed to her home, and she will drive them to San Antonio to be put on the airlift to Ukraine.

4) International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC), a 501(c)(3) charity, and the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America (GOA) are working together to raise $1 million for immediate and long-term support of the Ukrainian people.

With long-standing relationships in the region, including in Romania and Moldova, IOCC has mobilized to serve people affected by the crisis in Ukraine.

As refugees flee Ukraine—mostly elderly persons, people with disabilities, and women with infants and young children—and enter neighboring countries, IOCC is working with local partners to make sure their needs are met.

While word on the ground in Romania and Moldova is that even the most basic items—like food, water, and milk products—are in short supply in shops, IOCC and its partners there are purchasing items in bulk and distributing them to all people in need in Ukraine, regardless of race or creed.

Make your donation by visiting

Thank you for doing all you can to help.


Church Life


Beautiful Worship

Beautiful Worship

Children's Corner

Liturgical Music

Liturgical Music

Happy Kids

Helping the Homeless

Helping the Homeless


Children's Social Activities

Children's Social Activities
Mixed Choir Singing


Worshipping Together

Worshipping Together
Altar Servers

Altar Servers

Coffee Hour Fun


Experience the Original Church with us.

+ All  Services  in  English +

Sunday Services

9 AM Orthros, Morning Prayers

10 AM Liturgy, Worship Service

Note: Masks are welcome but not required as of May 2021.

801 Montecito Drive

San Angelo, TX  76903

Church Interior with Sunlight Streaming In

Church Interior with Sunlight Streaming In

The Altar

The Altar

Church Interior at Easter

Church Interior at Easter

The Bread and the Wine

The Bread and the Wine

Icon of Jesus on the Cross

Icon of Jesus on the Cross

Singing During Worship

Singing During Worship

Church Interior for a Nighttime Service during Lent

Church Interior for a Nighttime Service during Lent

Incense and Stained Glass Window

Incense and Stained Glass Window

Preparation of the Bread for Communion

Preparation of the Bread for Communion

Lighting Candles

Lighting Candles


Who We Are

Our Church was founded fifty days after the Resurrection, on Pentecost,
in 33 A.D.

Our Parish in San Angelo was founded
nearly two thousand years later,
in 1932 A.D.

Our Christ-centered community welcomes you

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All  Services  are  in  English.
Everyone  is  welcome  here.

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Our parish is part of the 

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

Our Bishop is Metropolitan Isaiah of Denver.


What We Do

Worship Services

Loving God


Parish Activities

Loving Each Other

Community Service

Loving Our Neighbors as Ourselves

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Make a Donation

If you would like to financially support our Parish and ministry work, thank you.  You may make your donation on PayPal or with a credit card by clicking on the link below.

We thank you for your contribution to the work of the Orthodox Church here in West Texas.  With your help, we can do more than before.  Whether it is reaching out to the homeless, helping at pregnancy support centers, or ministering to the mentally ill and homebound, your help will make a difference.  Thank you!  God bless you!