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You may have heard us referred to as “Greek Orthodox” or “Eastern Orthodox.” We are the original Christian Church of Jerusalem, the Holy Land, Greece, Asia, Africa and the Slavic countries. Our history in North America goes back to 1794 when Orthodox missionaries first arrived to minister to the Native Peoples of Alaska. We believe that God is not an angry and vengeful judge anxious to destroy sinners. Rather, He is the loving and eternally merciful God who created the universe and called it “good.” He made mankind in His own image and likeness for a life of joyful communion with Him. Despite our failings, sins and mistakes, He never ceases to love and freely offer His mercy, forgiveness and grace. The Word of God became man, the carpenter Jesus of Nazareth, and revealed Himself to us as the Way, the Truth and the Life. By His death on the cross, He destroyed the power of death, hell and the devil. And by His glorious Resurrection He arose victorious over every foe and power, offering to us participation in His very life. Jesus Christ founded His Church to be His body on earth as a fellowship of healing, teaching and communion. The Church is a hospital for healing the sick, the wounded and the weak.


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“This Jesus, Who was taken up from you into heaven, will come in the same way as you saw Him go into heaven.” (Acts 1.11) LITURGY FOR THE GREAT FEAST OF THE ASCENSION: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 24 This marks the conclusion of the 40-day period when our Lord proved that He was truly risen from the dead by talking, walking, eating and even inviting His disciples to touch Him and see that He was real flesh and bones. Join us for dinner, and then we'll continue our discussion from last week about Mary and her prayers and intercessions. ... See MoreSee Less

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IN HONOR OF CHURCH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND GRADUATES: RECOGNITION GIFTS AND PARISH FAMILY DINNER This Sunday, May 21 is our awards Sunday, when ALL our church school students will receive recognition and small gifts at the end of the Divine Liturgy. Following Liturgy, the Ladies of St. George will serve a tasty, healthy parish family dinner. Our high school and college graduates will be seated at the head table for this banquet in their honor. Our whole parish family celebrates them and shows them our love. MENU: Pork Loin with mushroom sauce, mashed potatoes, green beans, salad, dessert Your generous free-will offering will support the Ladies’ projects to benefit our youth and to complete the stone baseboard around the inside of the church. ... See MoreSee Less

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On account of a lack of responses, we are CANCELING the "Your Legacy" workshop that had been scheduled for Saturday, May 20. We don't know if some were planning to come but just hadn't responded. Nevertheless, it wasn't appropriate to risk wasting the guest speaker's time. ... See MoreSee Less

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WEDNESDAY EVENING BIBLE STUDY/Q&A Join us every Wednesday Evening for Prayer and Study. • Vespers at 6:30 pm • Dinner at 7 pm – someone will make dinner – just come! • Fr. Nabil, Kh. Elaine, Dn. James and Subdeacon Joseph will help answer questions. This evening's submitted questions include: • How can a Protestant, converting to Orthodoxy, find confidence in praying to Mary? It seems the Scriptures never once show a prayer to Mary, and specifically none asking her to save us nor any asking the Lord to save us through her. • There are approximately 1.5 billion Catholics and Orthodox in the world, all praying to Mary. There are 1,440 minutes in each day. Assuming most Catholics and Orthodox (1 billion) pray at least once a day to Mary, she receives 694,444 prayers per minute. Does the Church teach that she is omnipresent and omnipotent? How can she hear all these prayers, let alone respond in intercession for each of them? ... See MoreSee Less

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Please enjoy this video tour of our parish, St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in Fishers, IN. You are always welcome to visit in person. ... See MoreSee Less

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Marsha BaileyThat is a beautiful church but the chairS don't look very comfortable!2 weeks ago

John PapsonVery nice but what happened to the rest of the icon screen?2 weeks ago

Michael G HuberI will visit. But removing 80% of the chairs would help a lot.2 weeks ago

Victoria CecilI will visit. .. this July😊... Breathtaking2 weeks ago

Sharon ShaffettBeautiful2 weeks ago

Deborah WilsonBeautiful!2 weeks ago

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