Our Services

Saturday, April 21, 6:00PM: Vespers with His Grace

Sunday 9:00AM: Orthros

Sunday 10:00AM: Divine Liturgy

375 Fleming Ave., Ormond Beach, FL 32174

All services in English


Upcoming Events

April 20-22: Visit by His Grace Bishop Nicholas

Friday, 6:00PM: Parish Council Dinner With His Grace

Saturday,  4:30PM: His Grace will address the parishioners about his vision for our diocese

Saturday, 6:00PM: Vespers followed by reception

Sunday, 9:00AM: Orthros followed by Heirarchal Divine Liturgy

Sunday Luncheon: Guest of Honor His Grace Bishop Nicholas, Burning of the Church mortgage, 25th Anniversary of Holy Cross


Meet Our New Bishop


God Grant our new Bishop many years!

Read more about Bishop Nicholas...click here

Thought for the Day

The Lord is called light and life and resurrection and truth. He is light as the brightness of souls and as the One Who drives away the darkness of ignorance, as the One Who enlightens the mind to understand unutterable things, and as the One Who reveals mysteries which can be perceived only by the pure. He is life, as the One Who grants to souls who love the Lord, the movement proper for divine things. Again, He is resurrection as the One Who raises up the mind from a deathly craving for material things and cleanses it from all kinds of corruption and death. Finally, He is truth as the One Who gives to those who are worthy an inflexible disposition toward the good. -- St. Maximos the Confessor
Christ Washing Feet of the Apostles
Christ Washing Feet of the Apostles


When we think of the Mystical Supper on Holy Thursday, our thoughts normally are directed to Christ’s institution of the Holy Eucharist. However, another amazing occurrence took place, which may be overlooked. After the meal, our Lord took a basin of water and washed the feet of His Apostles! He does this despite their protests and misgivings, gently explaining to them: “For I have given you an example, that you should do as I have done to you. Most assuredly, I say to you, a servant is not greater than his master, nor is he who is sent greater then he who sent him.” (John 13:15-16)

Following this simple act, Christ explains its meaning: Just as He is a servant of God and mankind, so must we serve God and our fellowman. With this undertaking, He shows us what it truly means to be both a leader and a servant.

What a wonderful lesson in HUMILITY this is for us! If we want to be viewed as “great” in the eyes of our Heavenly Father, we must be willing to SERVE, and not expect others to SERVE US! It was not below Christ’s dignity to do this lowest of tasks. It will be the humble, not the haughty, who will inherit the Kingdom of God.

In Cathedrals on Holy Thursday, it is often customary for Bishops to wash the feet of twelve individuals in remembrance of this pious expression of humility shown by Christ. We are reminded of Christ’s sacrificial love for us and how we should surrender to Him.



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