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.


Life of the Parish

Sunday Divine Liturgy  9:30 AM

Saturday Vespers  5 PM

Tuesday Matins 9 AM

Wednesday Vespers 6 PM

Thursday Divine Liturgy: 9 AM 


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

What's New

+Book Group: After a short break, the weekly Wednesday Book Study will begin a new book on Wednesday, October 20: Beginning to Pray by Metropolitan Anthony Bloom. Meetings are at the church 11:00 AM to Noon Wednesday, and everyone is welcome.

+St Paul's Winter Lenten Retreat: Saturday, December 4 beginning at 10 AM. Speakers will be Dn Vitaly Permiakov  and Fr. Bogdan Bucur, both faculty members at St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary.

Retreat Schedule:
10am, Dn Vitaly Permiakov: "Thou didst come and save us: Liturgical Celebration of Nativity and Theophany in Antiquity and Today"
12pm, Lunch
1pm, Fr Bogdan Bucur: "The Ancient of Days Born as a Young Child: Christmas, the Real Deal"
3pm, Great Vespers

The retreat is free and open to everyone, but RSVPs are required : office@stpdayton.org or submit the online form here


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