After my death our beloved Church abroad will break three ways ... first the Greeks will leave us as they were never a part of us ... then those who live for this world and its glory will go to Moscow ... what will remain will be those souls faithful to Christ and His Church. ~St. Philaret of NY


News from GOC parish in Florida

Priest Gregory Williams of ROCOR, visited the parish of St. John of Kronstadt in Florida (CPI Greece)

Author: Nun On Faith. . Published in the ROCA (Views: 566)
In October 2014, Father Gregory Williams from Tennessee (United States, ROCOR), celebrated the Divine Liturgy in the parish of St. John of Kronstadt in Florida (CPI Greece).
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Church of St. John of Kronstadt belongs to the parish of the Orthodox Mission CPI Greece, which was first founded in 2000 in the Chapel of the home in Palm Coast - a small town on the northeast coast of Florida, located between St. Augustine and Daytona Beach. In 2003, thanks to God and the many generous donors, was purchased a small plot of land in Bunnell (Florida) - District of Flagler County to the west of Palm Coast and Flagler Beach. Over the next few years, a small parish continued to exist there, hoping to soon afford to build a church. And in 2010 it began construction of a small parish house where there is now a chapel and a small living area for visiting clergy and pilgrims.
Over the years, the mission served a variety of spiritual clergy - Bishop Demetrius priests from the north-east, Canada, and most recently the father Sawa, monk of Clearwater.
Services are held on Sunday mornings, and almost all the major holidays. Every four to six weeks serves as a complete liturgical cycle with the priest, including Great Vespers, Matins, Hours and Liturgy.
Visitors are always welcome. There you can call: 386-439-1237.
The divine service on Sunday, the third, the sixth clock and Fine, begins at 9:00 am, and then served in the dining room tea and coffee.  

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