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We’re not Jewish, but we are Orthodox We’re not Roman, but we are Catholic We’re not Protestant, but the Bible came from us We’re not Denominational, we’re Pre-Denominational

St. George Orthodox Church is a center for Christian worship, teaching and ministry in Fishers, Indiana. Founded in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1926, we are in communion with the ancient Orthodox Christian Church whose history goes all the way back to the time of Christ and His Apostles.

  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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Summary of LENTEN SERVICES 2017 In Addition to the regular, weekly services: Saturday Vespers and Confession, 5 p.m. Sunday Matins: 8:50 a.m. • Sunday Divine Liturgy: 10 a.m. Lent starts with Forgiveness — We start Lent at 7 p.m. Sunday, February 26. We celebrate the rite of mutual forgiveness as we start the journey to the Resurrection. Mondays — On Mondays in Lent we will serve Great Compline at 7 p.m. • The first week of Lent, Great Compline is served on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday nights with portions of the Great Canon of St. Andrew of Crete. Wednesdays — Join us at 6:30 p.m. for the Presanctified Liturgy. Bring one Lenten item to share for a pitch-in after Liturgy, so we can break bread together after fasting from all food and drink at least from noon. You are also invited to stay for a discussion on your questions, concluding by 8:45. Fridays — Little Compline with the Akathist Hymn to the Theotokos at 7 p.m. This will be preceded by a Lenten Supper at 6 p.m. prepared by one of our organizations or families. • On Friday, March 24, we will serve Vespers for the Annunciation with a portion of the Akathist Hymn. Sunday Evenings — Vespers will be held at 5 p.m. at a different church each week (see the calendar for location). The First Saturday, March 4 — On the first Saturday of Lent, we serve the Liturgy in commemoration of St. Theodore and the miracle of the boiled wheat, including a memorial for All Souls: Matins 9 a.m./Liturgy and Memorial at 10:00 a.m. You are invited to bring koliva and a list of the names of your departed to be remembered. The First Sunday, March 5 — We will concelebrate the Sunday of Orthodoxy Vespers, 5 p.m. at Holy Trinity. A dinner reception will follow. ... See MoreSee Less

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ICE CREAM SOCIAL Where: St. George Hall Date: Sunday, February Time: 6:00 PM Cost: none Come, enjoy your last ice cream cone before Pascha on Cheesefare Sunday, right before we start Forgiveness Vespers. ... See MoreSee Less

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EVENING WITH THE BISHOP THIS FRIDAY Friday, February 10: “PRAYER, MEET AND MEAT” • Vespers, 6:30 pm • Fast-free Friday Dinner Chicken wings, hommos, etc. Kafta, rice, salad Desserts, drinks • Bishop Anthony will teach on The Second Coming of Christ ... See MoreSee Less

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Great Feast of the Meeting of the Lord: Divine Liturgy Wednesday, February 1, 6:30 pm Forty days after His Birth, Mary and Joseph took Jesus to Jerusalem to present Him in the Temple according to the Law of Moses (Luke 2.22-24; Exodus 13.2; Leviticus 12.6-8). ... See MoreSee Less

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