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Wednesday, April 1st
Serving meals at St. Anselm's Church in Anaheim 11am - 2pm

Saturday, April 4th
The Saturday of Lazarus
Morning Prayer 9am
Divine Liturgy 10am

Sunday, April 5th
Palm Sunday
Morning Prayer 9am
Divine Liturgy 10am
Blessing of Palms 11:30am

The First Bridegroom Service 7pm

Monday, April 6th
Great and Holy Monday
The Second Bridegroom Service 7pm

Tuesday, April 7th
Great and Holy Tuesday
The Third Bridegroom Service 7pm

Wednesday, April 8th
Great and Holy Wednesday
The Sacrament of Anointing 3pm
The Sacrament of Anointing 7pm

Thursday, April 9th
Great and Holy Thursday
The Liturgy of St. Basil the Great 10am
The Washing of Feet 11:30am

The Service of the Twelve Gospels 7pm

Fridday, April 10th
Great and Holy Friday
The Royal Hours 10am
The Descent from the Cross 3pm
The Lamentations before the Tomb 7pm

Saturday, April 11th
Great and Holy Saturday
The Liturgy of St. Basil the Great 10am
The Canon of the Resurrection 9pm
The Chrismation of the Catechumens 9:30pm
PASCHA/The Resurrection Service 10pm
The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom 11pm

Sunday, April 12th
The Holy Pascha of our Lord
The Vespers of Love 12 noon

Friday, April 17th
The Life Giving Spring
Morning Prayer 9am
Divine Liturgy 10am

Thursday, April 23rd
St. George the Great Martyr
Morning Prayer 9am
Divine Liturgy 10am

Sunday, April 26th
Visits to shut-ins after Liturgy

Monday, April 27th
Serving meals at Isaiah House in Santa Ana 4pm

Wednesday, March 25th
The Annunciation of the Theotokos
Morning Prayer 9am
Divine Liturgy 10am

Welcome to St. Pauls Greek Orthodox Church

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Although St. Pauls as a community celebrated its first services in Irvine in 1978, it is part of the worldwide Orthodox Christian Church that began on the day of Pentecost in Jerusalem as described in the Acts of the Apostles, and today spans the globe from Palestine to Japan, Greece to Tanzania, Russia to Argentina, England to Korea, Romania to Kenya. Initially established by men and women of Greek descent, St. Pauls today reflects the American experience and is comprised of more than 450 families representing more than a dozen different nationalities.

Although we are one of the largest Christian communions in the world, many people visiting St. Pauls for the first time ask: what is the Greek Orthodox Church? The best way to answer that question is to ask a couple of questions. Did you know that every book of the New Testament was originally written in Greek? That the Apostle Paul preached in Athens not far from the Parthenon and wrote five letters to the Churches he established in Corinth, Philippi and Thessalonika that are today books of the Bible? Who are we? The answer is actually very simple: we are that Church written about on the pages of the New Testament some 2,000 years later!read more

Newcomers and visitors are always welcome at St. Pauls! While it is our hope that this website will help you learn more about our parish and the Orthodox Christian faith we confess, we hope - above all else - that you will personally come visit us. Please feel free to visit St. Pauls and pray with us on any given Sunday. You will discover an ancient yet dynamic faith, a welcoming Church family, and perhaps even a spiritual home where you can plant roots to deepen your relationship with Christ in the Holy Spirit.

With love in the crucified and risen Lord,

Father Steven Tsichils

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