WHEN & WHERE:
We gather weekly at 6:30pm on Fridays at
803 Carlsborg Rd., Unit A in Sequim, WA.
(South building, north end of the building)
During this time, we celebrate services of the Orthodox Church, usually a weekday Vespers service, and most of the time with modifications for the absence of a priest. We are blessed, however, by frequent visits from the priest of our parent parish of St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church in Port Townsend. On those occasions Fr. Daniel presides over our worship, and at certain times administers various sacraments to us.
It is customary for us to fellowship together informally after every service, usually with a small meal. In this way we strengthen the bond of love between us and remember that in Christ we are one family.
Father Daniel Lattier:
Reader Aaron Breitbach:
WHO WE ARE:
We are a community of Orthodox Christians, sent by our home parish of St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church of Port Townsend, WA, to build a new mission parish in the Sequim/Port Angeles area.
We are a part of the Diocese of the West of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA), and have been blessed by His Eminence, Archbishop Benjamin, to do this work in this place.
Our goal is to grow a parish where the sacraments of the Church can be performed for the healing of souls, which means the establishment of ever deepening communion with God, and growth in the likeness of our Lord and God and Savior Jesus Christ.
We are the first established Orthodox parish ever in this corner of the world, and as such we feel the great privilege and responsibility of our calling.