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About the Church
The Orthodox Christian Church of the
Dormition of the Theotokos in Concord, NH celebrated its
first Vigil and
Divine Liturgy on the Feast of the Dormition of our Lady, August 15/28,
and thereafter, the clergy and laity of the parish have placed
themselves under the mighty protection of the most holy Mother of God
(in Greek Theotokos).
time the first Liturgy was celebrated, the church was a small temple
occupying a room just
12 x 15 feet on the first floor of the priest's house. With the
growth of the parish and after much struggle and
prayer, the present building was purchased in June of 1993.
the Dormition of the Theotokos Orthodox Church became a member
Eparchial Synod of the Church of the Genuine Orthodox Christians of
America (GOC), which is an autonomous
eparchy of the Church of the Genuine Orthodox Christians of Greece,
Beatitude, Kallinikos Archbishop of Athens.
The Dormition of the Theotokos parish is comprised of families from
English, Greek, Russian, French, Italian, and German descent,
with many converts to
full yearly cycle of Orthodox Christian services are celebrated
according to the Traditional Ecclesiastical (Julian) calendar. The
Divine Liturgy is celebrated each and every Sunday and on major feast
days. Great Vespers is served on Saturday evenings and the evening
before a great feast.
* Services are conducted primarily in English, though Greek and Russian
are used by request.
are always welcome to our services and a community meal is held each
Sunday and on feast days immediately
following the Divine Liturgy. Should you wish to receive the Mystery of
Holy Communion, please contact Father Andrew in advance.
be to God for all things!
Christian life is life in the Lord Jesus Christ. The believer puts on
Christ and lives through Him. He who falls after Baptism loses this
grace; when rising up from this fall and returning to the Lord, he has
become worthy of it again, and this he does through Holy Communion. He
that eateth My flesh, and drinketh My blood, dwelleth in Me, and I in
him, says the Lord (Jn. 6:56).
St. Theophan the Recluse
The Path to Salvation"
have provided a broad selection of articles and resources to
introduce you to the beauty and spirituality of the Orthodox Christian
Church. Included in the Articles page
are sections for the major festal periods celebrated throughout the
year: Great Lent, Pascha (Easter), and the Dormition of the
The Mission of the Orthodox Church:
proclaim and live the Orthodox Christian Faith in its fullness as
faithful members of the Body of Christ in the One, Holy, Catholic, and
As the Orthodox Christian Church:
+ We are Catholic, but not Roman.
+ We are Apostolic, but not Protestant.
+ We are Orthodox, but not Jewish.
The Orthodox Church isn’t "non-denominational" – it is pre-denominational, existing 1,500 years before any denominations.
Orthodox Church has believed, taught, preserved, defended and died for
the Faith of the Apostles since the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on
the day of Pentecost 2000 years ago. We are the Church in the
Bible and the Church that established the New Testament as Scripture.
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How beloved are Thy dwellings, O Lord of hosts; my soul longeth and fainteth for the courts of the Lord...
... My heart and my flesh have rejoiced in the living God. Psalm 83