Information about the Orthodox Christian Faith
The Orthodox Church is the Church that Jesus Christ Himself founded 2000 years ago
for just one reason the salvation of all mankind.
The Orthodox Church has preserved the faith once delivered to man by our
Lord, and we struggle to spread this faith to all men, for the salvation of their souls. Please read those pamphlets that interest you below
to learn more. All are courtesy of the web
site of Bishop Alexander of
If you would like to learn more about the Orthodox Church please contact us at email@example.com
Are you looking for a Church Community? We would be very happy to have you join us at St. Vladimir's! As Orthodox Christians we believe that the relationship between the members of the Holy Trinity is the highest and most profound example of love - an example we strive to emulate in our lives and especially in our parish family. Although we all live in the world, we also live as part of our parish family, caring for and educating each other, and supporting each other spiritually as we grow in our faith. COME AND SEE! Please join us at St. Vladimir's for one of the Divine Services, preferably the Sunday morning Divine Liturgy (10:00 a.m.). Introduce yourslef if you have time, but we expect you won't, since we'll do our best to introduce ourselves to you before you have the chance! If you have questions about the Orthodox faith please contact our church email above, or feel free to contact our Rector, Fr. Gregory Joyce at 734-429-9024 or firstname.lastname@example.org We welcome you to St. Vladimir's!
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The most concise explanation you can read to learn about the Orthodox Faith: The Indication of the Way into the Kingdom of Heaven. First written in the Aleut language, later translated into Russian, and finally into English and other modern languages.
A brief overview of the Orthodox Churchs history and teachings. Information about some contemporary moral questions from the Orthodox point of view. An over view of the church building. The Orthodox Church.
What the Orthodox Church believes about God: God the Holy Trinity.
What the Orthodox Church believes about Jesus Christ: The Lord Jesus Christ the Savior of the World.
What the Orthodox Church teaches about the Mother of Jesus Christ: The Holy Virgin Mary.
The Orthodox teaching about Angels.
The Orthodox teaching about The End of the World.
Where is the
The Orthodox Church is a sacramental Church. We do not limit ourselves strictly to The Seven Sacraments this pamphlet will explain why.
How do we pray? Why do we pray? Where do we pray? When do we pray? Prayer the Breath of the Soul.
For additional web resources please see the
You may also see the web site of the Diocese of Chicago & Mid-America's "About Orthodoxy" page.