This is a 3-minute video of a church and its associated monastery in Belarusk. What an inspiration! It gives us a vision of what our parish can become. Please come and join us. Help us develop our ministries!
We want to be the church that
Reaches out to the poor and needy in our area.
Offers beautiful worship services.
Provides a place for members to create joyful relationships.
Produces beautiful art and music to glorify God.
Help us accomplish this. Come and be a vital part of our community of believers. Or donate. Thank you for helping!
Come and Worship Christ
Join us on Sundays at 9 am for Orthros/Matins, 9:45 am Liturgy, and 11:20 Coffee Hour & Activities. All services are in English.
We are many nationalities and ages. Everyone is welcome!
Volunteer Your Time
Join us in reaching out to help our community. We have many projects going, and are hoping to gain more volunteers to be able to do more. We are reaching out to the homeless, helping at pregnancy support centers, fundraising for autism help, and ministering to the mentally ill and homebound. There is much to do, and many hands make the work light! Come join us!
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. God bless you!
Come and Learn about Christ
Join us on Wednesdays at 6 pm for Bible Study, our current online Discussion Group, or for the Wednesday Lenten services.
Bible Study, online Discussion Groups, or Lenten Services are held every Wednesday evening, unless Father is out of town or there is another special circumstance. Please click on the button below to call Fr. Mark if you have any questions.
For Bible Study, we use the New King James Version (NKJV) for the New Testament, and the recent translation of the Septuagint text for the Old Testament. You can learn more about the Orthodox Study Bible here. You can learn more about the Septuagint text here. We look forward to learning and growing with you!