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Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church of Flagstaff
YouTube Streaming Services Website
All services for Holy Cross Church are streamed ON LINE ONLY, from either the Chapel of St. John Maximovitch or from the Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church of Flagstaff until further notice. It is not possible at this time to physically attend services. The church building in Flagstaff is currently closed to all except the priest, acolytes and chanters due to Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.
To watch the live stream of the Services, click on this link or on the image above. You will be taken to the Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church You Tube Channel. There, beginning on Saturday, you will see a small video screen with a red rectangle below it, inscribed with the word "LIVE." Click anywhere on the video screen and the streaming will begin. The link will also be available on the Holy Cross Facebook Page.
Since we will not be able to receive Communion, Fr. Earl recommends that you drink Holy Water if you have it on Sunday morning before the Liturgy and/or that you consume any stored blessed bread.
Fr. Earl urges us all to use the time afforded by the cancelling of social events to focus on our Lenten disciplines to grow closer to God, taking the time to read, pray and be with family.
Please send your stewardship to the Church by mail to: PO BOX 2164, Flagstaff 86003, or use the eGiving tool by clicking the image below:
All activities scheduled at the church are cancelled until further notice.
Please pray for each other, our community, our world. And remember especially our Metropolitan, that God grant him wisdom and guidance to lead us through this challenging time.
Orthodox worship is like visiting heaven while on earth. Visitors are welcome to join us for services which are conducted predominantly in English.
Please consult the calendar for the schedule of events.
The Commemoration of the Miracle of the Theotokos Myrtidiotissis in Kythyra; Thecla the Protomartyr & Equal to the Apostles; Silouan of Athos; Stephen the Martyr; The Most Holy Theotokos of Palianis; Coprios the Righteous; Juvenaly & Peter the Aleut, New Martyrs of Alaska