St. Anthony the Great

Welcome to St. Anthony the Great Orthodox Church. You will find a warm community committed to Christ and building His Church. We come from all walks of life and from many nations.

You will find Arabs, Greeks, Russians, Romanians and more in our parish and, yes, Americans too. In fact, over half our congregation are Americans who converted into the Orthodox faith from other Christian communions. We celebrate all our services in English.

Six years ago we acquired property and a building. We are a vibrant parish and we are growing. We take our Orthodox faith seriously and seek to follow Christ. We invite you to come and see what the Orthodox faith is all about. The Orthodox faith is the Ancient Christian Faith and the Orthodox Church is the Ancient Christian Church.

Fr. Elia Shaloub — Parish Priest

  • Sunday School Graduation May 29 after Liturgy
  • Join us June 10-12th for Bishop Nicholas' visit
  • Friday, June 10th Vespers at 5:30 pm, Parish Council Dinner at 6:30 pm (everyone invited to join)
  • Saturday, June 11th Matins at 10 am, Breakfast at 11 am, Children Retreat at 12-12:45 pm, Adult Retreat (Young adults, AWO, AMen) at 12:45-2 pm
  • Vespers at 6 pm, BBQ at 7 pm including a bonfire with Burning of the Mortgage
  • Sunday, June 12th Matins at 8:45 am, Hierarchical Liturgy at 10 am; Lunch at Flames Grille
  • Tickets for Lunch are available at the Church or call Yuliya (321) 960-9564
  • Adults-$30, Children under 12-$10
  • Deadline for buying lunch tickets to Flames is Sunday, June 5th