Welcome to Our Parish!

Welcome to Saint Peter & Saint Paul Orthodox Church’s website! If you are a first-time visitor or long-time member, please take a few minutes to explore our site. You will find information on our parish’s activities and events, as well as several good resources for those curious about the Orthodox Faith.

The Orthodox Church humbly, yet confidently professes to be the original Church of Christ, founded on the apostolic witness to our Lord, born on the Day of Pentecost, and for over 2,000 years making known to all nations the path to salvation through repentance and faith in Christ. Our parish family is dedicated to spreading the Good News throughout our local community and the world. Our members are made up of a variety of ethnic and social backgrounds, and our services are in English. We welcome all visitors, whether they are long-time Orthodox Christians, new converts, those rediscovering their faith after many years away or simply wanting to learn more about Orthodox Christianity.

For more information on our parish, to schedule pastoral counseling, visitations, baptisms, weddings or other sacraments, or to inquire more about our faith, please contact Fr. Herman Kincaid (contact info below).

EOPS Newsletter – Winter Edition

The latest quarterly EOPS (Evangelization, Outreach and Parish Stewardship) newsletter is out. Click here to check it out (3MB file).

Previous editions are located under the Documents menu.

2013-14 Church School Starts

church school

Our 2013-2014 Church School program got off to a great start on September 8th. This year we are blessed with 30 families, with a total of 58 children and 13 teachers. Open to everyone (including visitors!) we offer 10 separate classes from preschool through high school that focus on Orthodox Christian education, including Holy Tradition, Holy Scripture, Liturgics, the Saints, and Church history. Our hope and prayer is to bring these beautiful young people into a meaningful and long-lasting relationship with Christ and His Church.

Sayings of the Fathers

And love, having God as its cause, is like a spring bubbling up whose stream never stops and He alone is the cause of love and its material is inexhaustible… for this material which brings him to the remembrance of God is always available to him, so that even in sleep he speaks with God.

St Isaac the Syrian

Journal of a Seminarian

The latest journal entry by our seminarian, Reader Alex Koranda, can be found here.


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