Welcome to the Historic Christian Church!
"Welcome one another, therefore, just as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God." - Romans 15:7
We are delighted to have visitors worship with us, and we pray that you will be blessed through your participation with us. You don't have to be Greek to belong to the Orthodox Church. The word "Greek" in "Greek Orthodox" (you can substitute "Russian," "Romanian," "Serbian," etc) refers to the immigrants who brought their Orthodox Faith to this area and to the jurisdiction to which we belong (the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese). Our services are now mostly in English (about 90%). In the Orthodox Church, the reception of Holy Communion is a mark of membership in the Church. Only those who have been united to the Orthodox Church through Baptism or Chrismation, and have prepared themselves through regular Confession, prayer and fasting are permitted to partake of Holy Communion. We encourage visitors to participate in our prayers and hymns and to approach at the end of the Divine Liturgy to receive the "Antidoron," the blessed bread that is distributed at the very end of the Divine Liturgy. This is not Holy Communion, but is a token of fellowship "...instead of the Gifts." Literature about the Orthodox faith and this parish can be found in the Narthex (vestibule). Please feel free to ask questions before or after the service, as well as join us downstairs for coffee fellowship immediately following the Divine Liturgy.
May the Holy Trinity Bless and Keep You,
OCMC Teams Build Up the Church
“As I continue to reflect on this mission trip, I am in awe of the work that is happening to build up the Orthodox Church. I pray that God continues to bless the work of the faithful there. And I also pray that we here in the U.S. witness the work happening there and continue to support their efforts.” – Nicholas Manuel, ‘17 Team member
Consider joining an OCMC Orthodox Mission Team in 2018. Help build up the Church around the world: Alaska (Jul 10-19, Jul 20-31); Albania (Jun 12-30, Sep 17-24); Ghana (Aug 6-21); Guatemala (Jun 18-30, Aug 1-8); Kenya (Aug 8-20, Nov 28-Dec 8); Indonesia (Jun 26-Jul 9, Jul 3-16); Jamaica (Aug 2-11); Mexico (Aug 11-18).
If you desire to serve in His vineyard, contact OCMC to experience your faith in a new and meaningful way. Team applications and details are available at www.ocmc.org or call the OCMC at 1.877.463.6787 (ext 142) for more information.
CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION 1916-2016
The Greek Orthodox Church Assumption of Price, Utah has completed celebrating our 100th Anniversary. As one of the oldest Greek Orthodox Churches west of the Mississippi, we want to thank all of you who joined us at this joyous event! Several hundred family and friends were here with us for the weekend. They came from as far away as Florida and California. Thank you all for your support of this once in a lifetime celebration.
OurCentennial Memorial Book has been completed and was distributed in December to those that pre-ordered. It is not too late to order a copy, or additional copies. They make wonderful gifts and we had many additional copies printed! There are over 150 printed pages of letters, history, Centential photos and lots of family memory pages. The price remains at $40 per book and $5 additional per book for shipping.
For additional information or an order please contact Roy Nikas at 435-650-3351 or email@example.com. You may also follow the link below to get the form for the book. Then simply mail to PO Box 688 Price, UT 84501 or email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for all your support for the last 100 years! We look forward to your next visit to our parish.