Adult Ministries

Growth, Education, and Fellowship

Our adult ministries offer different opportunities to meet in small groups to learn about God’s Word and grow relationships with fellow parishioners. The Church also offers larger faith forums with guest speakers throughout the year, and other ministries whose sole purpose is to enjoy each other’s company. The Lord knows we’re better together; ministering, inspiring, helping, listening and laughing. He never intended for us to be alone.

Upcoming ministry events are posted on the parish website, our Facebook page, in the Sunday Bulletin, and via email newsletter communications. If you have any questions, please contact the Church office.

Bible Study

Studying the Holy Scriptures are foundational both to personal devotion and spiritual growth. The more we learn about the history of how God has revealed Himself to humanity through the ages, the more we can open our hearts to understand how He continues to reveal Himself to us, personally.

Bible Study is offered on the 3rd Thursday of the month, 6:30-8pm, in a hybrid manner. Contact Fr Nicholas for the Zoom link to join.

Leader: Fr Nicholas Livingston


We offer adult catechism classes for anyone interested in joining the Orthodox Church. Topics covered include Church History, Scripture, Theology, Worship, and Prayer. Along the way, our faithful group enjoys terrific fellowship, as well as spirited, prayerful discussion.

Join us on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month from 6:30-8pm for adult catechism.

Leader: Fr Nicholas Livingston

Women's Bible Study & Prayer Group

This group of faithful women gathers on the 2nd Thursday of the month for prayer, friendship, Bible study and growth in the spiritual traditions of the Orthodox Church. All women of our parish and interested friends are welcome to join. This fruitful ministry not only offers a great spiritual resource to its members but also serves to remind all of our faithful that there is always time in our lives to pray, to care, and to nurture our relationship with Christ.

Leader: Paula K

Liturgical Music

Participating in the Divine Liturgy through the gift of voice is a sacred tradition. Singing "with one voice and one heart" presents us with an opportunity to become more involved in the Church's liturgical life and a vehicle for putting our unique musical gifts to work for the glory of God. We are currently encouraging congregational singing, so please share your voice!

Leader: Cassandra Garibaldi