"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 of the Greek Orthodox Church, 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 a unique location for a mission parish as it is at the nexus of visiting Orthodox Christians from all around the world.
Currently we celebrate Divine Liturgy service at least once a month, usually the fourth Saturday, and sometimes more often. Whether you live on Maui or are just visiting the Island for a short time, whether you are an Orthodox Christian or just seeking to experience the original practice of the early Christian church for the first time, we welcome you to join us and participate in the celebrations.
Immediately following our services, we host a fellowship hour for the purpose of fostering community within our parish and welcoming visitors. So, if you attend a service, please feel free to join us afterwards for coffee and snacks.
Our calendar of scheduled events is posted here:
September 23 | Divine Liturgy: 10:30 AM | TBD
Planned Divine Liturgy Services for Calendar Year 2017:
October 28 | November 25 | December 23
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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