Welcome!

St. Paul's is a family-friendly, all-in-English parish of the Orthodox Church in AmericaDiocese of the Midwest.

If you are new to the area, looking for a church home, interested in the Orthodox Church or just beginning your exploration, you will find a warm welcome here.

Your First Visit

+ Greeters at the door can answer your questions and show you where to go.

+ Many at St Paul's have come to Orthodoxy from other traditions. We remember making that first visit ourselves and would love to help you find your way around.

 

+ Our children stay with us in the service - yours are most welcome.

Please plan to join us after the service for Fellowship Hour, a light meal free to all

Life of the Parish

Our Next FB Live Service:

Morning Prayer  8:00 AM

Vespers  7:00 PM

Wednesday, July 15  

Worshiping Together

While at Home

Although we are staying in our separate homes for the common good, we are still gathering online as a community to worship God and pray for the world. We encourage you to join us!

Saturday Vespers 5 PM

Sunday Divine Liturgy  9:30 AM

Morning Prayers T, W  8 AM    

Wednesday Vespers 7 PM

Akathist  Friday 9 AM

All are live on Facebook and archived on YouTube.

Resources for Home

Parish Reopening Update

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Dear St. Paul’s Parishioners,

Glory to Jesus Christ!

I have encouraging news to tell everyone about our reopening process at St. Paul’s. Starting with Great Vespers for our feast on Sunday evening, June 28, Archbishop Paul has given us permission to have 40 people at all services. This is wonderful news and it’s a blessing to move to this new stage of the reopening process! There will be no changes in how you attend services. For Sunday liturgies there will still be a rotation of groups (now 40 and not 20), and for non-Sunday services there will still be a sign up sheet (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1efsLaDmZI-tWAbyXue_pNCXUudD6IPqhWkKQnreX2d0/edit), Please take advantage of the week-day services at St. Paul’s if you haven’t already. 
 

Sunday Rotating Groups

About the Sunday rotating groups. Our goal is to map out all groups of 40 over the course of many weeks. This way everyone will know which week is their week to attend liturgy well in advance. If there is anyone who would not like to be part of the Sunday rotation, please contact Erin at the church office (office@stpdayton.org).

 

Fellowship Hour

Another bit of good news is that we will now have a fellowship hour after Sunday liturgies. This scaled-down social hour will not be held inside, but outside on the patio and in the grassy area behind the church. We will not serve any beverages or snacks, but you may bring your own from home. Please, we ask that the beverages and snacks you bring from home are only shared with family members. We do have limited patio furniture, so you may want to bring lawn chairs for yourselves. 

 

With love in Christ,

Fr Gregory

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St. Paul Orthodox Church

4451 Wagner Rd, Dayton, Ohio 45440

937-320-9977

Fr Gregory Ealy,  Rector
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