Our Services

Saturday 5PM: Vespers

Sunday 9AM: Orthros

Sunday 10AM: Divine Liturgy

375 Fleming Ave., Ormond Beach, FL 32174

All services in English


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Upcoming Events

Lent Begins- Feb. 27

Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts: March 1, 9:30AM

Great Vespers: March 4, 5:00PM

Sunday of Orthodoxy: March 5

Luncheon honoring Father Michael's 30 years in priesthood @Noon

St. Gregory Palamas Sunday: March 12

Pascha- April 16

World Food Fare: October 28

Thought for the Day

"The Lord came to send fire upon the earth (cf. Lk. 12:49), and through participation in this fire He makes divine not just the human substance which He assumed for our sake, but every person who is found worthy of communion with Him." -– St. Gregory Palamas

Celebrating Bishop Antoun's Lifetime of Service

After eight decades of “love, humility and sunshine” in service to the Antiochian Orthodox Church, His Grace Bishop Antoun of the Diocese of Miami and the Southeast is retiring from active ministry. This July 23-30, the Antiochian Archdiocese’s biennial convention in Miami will celebrate his remarkable witness to our Lord Jesus Christ as an acolyte, deacon, priest and bishop.


Becoming Truly Human: the Spirit of Orthodox Christian Evangelism

by Sdn. Adam Lowell Roberts


Many of you may be familiar with the new Antiochian Archdiocese program Becoming Truly Human. Becoming Truly Human is a new evangelism program available to every parish in the Antiochian Archdiocese of North America, and the ministry has been blessed to be shared with other jurisdictions.


Father Michael Byars

Born in 1953 in Lancaster, SC, Father Michael Byars was raised as a Southern Baptist and was very active in the church. After graduating from high school, he was awarded a scholarship by his local Baptist congregation to study Art at the University of South Carolina. He struggled with what his vocation would be until he felt God's call to ministry.


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