Spiritual Growth

There are many opportunities to increase your knowledge of the Faith and to grow in your relationship with Jesus Christ. Check out some of these opportunities below:

Bible Study

We host Bible Study on Tuesday mornings, 9:30 to 10:30, in our Fellowship Hall. All are welcome to attend this one-hour study that focuses on discovering the truths of our faith found within Holy Scripture. See our church calendar or check with Fr. Evan to be sure which weeks Bible Study will meet each month.

Adult Catechism & Fellowship Nights

Throughout the year we will have an Adult Catechism class as well as Fellowship Nights. See our Adult Church School podcast for previous catechism classes. During Fellowship Nights, we gather as a community for prayer, community meal, and religious instruction. For more information on times and days contact Fr. Evan.

Church School

All children, from preschool through high school, are welcome to participate in our Church School program. The classes meet each Sunday during the school year. Please see our Youth page for more information and to see what else is going on with our youth program! You may also contact Dna. Ina O’Dell for more information or to register your children.

Orthodox Education Resources

Below you will find websites with useful resources for religious instruction. Lesson plans for all ages are provided on various topics and can be used at home or in Church School. Click on the links below to visit these websites.

Monastery Trips

There are four opportunities a year to visit monasteries with groups from St. Spyridon. These trips are highly recommended for the purpose of aiding parishioners and clergy in spiritual development.

Trips to Saint Paisius Monastery and Holy Protection Monastery are organized bi-annually. Saint Paisius Monastery, located near Tuscon, Arizona, is a coenobitic community where Liturgy is served daily. Multi-day trips are scheduled prior to Great Lent and again in the fall. For shorter day pilgrimages, trips to Holy Protection Monastery near Lake George, Colorado are also organized. Contact Father Evan or Deacon Mark for more details.