"For since the creation of the world, his invisible things are clearly seen. They are perceived through created things, even his everlasting power and divinity." -- Romans 1:20 Eastern Greek Orthodox Bible
We are a Pan-Orthodox Christian mission parish on the island of Maui under the Greek Orthodox Metropolis Of San Francisco. As a mission parish, we are a small community following a traditional expression of Christian faith and worship as practiced over millennia by the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. Maui is quite a unique location for a new mission as it is at the nexus of vibrant Eastern Orthodox Christian jurisdictions in both America and Asia.
Currently we celebrate a Matins and Divine Liturgy service each month. Whether you live on Maui or are just visiting here for a short time, whether you are an Orthodox Christian or newly seeking the original practice of the early Christian church, we welcome you to join us for services.
Immediately following our services, we host a fellowship hour for the purpose of fostering community within our parish. So, if you attend a service as either a newcomer or visitor, please feel free to join us afterwards for coffee and snacks.
Our calendar of scheduled events is posted here:
Upcoming Divine Liturgy Service:
June 25, 2016 | Divine Liturgy: 10:00 AM
Planned Divine Liturgy Services for Calendar Year 2016:
July 10 TBD | July 17 TBD | August 27 | September 24 | October 22 | November 26 | December 24
Location of Services:
Unless otherwise announced, Divine Liturgy Services are planned to be held in the St. Cecilia Room at St. Theresa Church in Kihei:
Here you can find our past services:
We are pleased to be able to introduce you to our parish. This website will acquaint you with what our parish offers and help keep you informed of scheduled activities. We hope you can discover your unique way to be part of the Maui Orthodox Christian Mission.
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