July 20: Divine Liturgy for the Prophet Elijah, 9:30 am (cathedral)
July 27: Divine Liturgy for Saint Pantaleimon, 9:30 am (cathedral)
August 3: Paraklesis, 6:00pm (cathedral)
August 5: Paraklesis, 6:00pm (cathedral)
August 6: Divine Liturgy for the Transfiguration, 9:30 am (cathedral)
August 7: Paraklesis, 6:00pm (cathedral)
August 10: Paraklesis, 6:00pm (cathedral)
August 12: Paraklesis, 6:00pm (cathedral)
August 14: Great Vespers for the Dormition, 6pm (cathedral)
August 15: Divine Liturgy for the Dormition of the Theotokos, 9:30 am (cathedral)
August 29: Divine Liturgy for the Beheading of John the Forerunner, 9:30am (cathedral)
- Orthros (Matins): 9:00 AM
- Divine Liturgy: 10:00 AM
Current Guidelines for Churches
as mandated by the Metropolis of Atlanta
- All parishioners (from age 2 & above) must wear masks at all times during all church services. Please bring an appropriate mask/face covering with you.
- All parishioners must have their temperature taken upon entering the church. No one registering a temperature greater than 100.4° may enter the Church.
- All parishioners must sign in before entering the church. This is to comply with CDC and Metropolis requirements for contact tracking in the event someone tests positive for COVID 19
- Candles will be distributed by Parish Council members.
- All parishioners are reminded that venerating an Icon does not require a kiss. A solemn reverent bow is most appropriate.
- Please do not kiss or touch any icons.
- All parishioners must practice social distancing at all times.
- All parishioners will be escorted to their seats.
- Parishioners will not be able to choose their own seat and must sit where directed by Parish Council to practice social distancing.
- No liturgy books will be in the pews. Please feel free to bring your own.
- Those wishing to take communion will do so at the direction of Parish Council row by row and practice social distancing until returning to their seat.
- Masks may be removed only when actually receiving communion.
- The Priest(s) will be required to wear a mask during communion.
- Dismissal after the Liturgy will be at the direction of Parish Council members row by row to practice social distancing.
- There is to be no congregating in the Narthex after dismissal. There will be no coffee hour. All parishioners are to go directly to their cars.
Seating will be limited in our Cathedral on a first come, first seated basis. Once the Church’s social distancing limits are met, overflow seating will be available in the HELLENIC CENTER after the opportunity to light a candle. A Priest or Deacon will come and offer communion as well as Andidoron to those in the hall.
If anyone is unable or unwilling to abide by these mandatory guidelines, you are encouraged to continue to participate in the service by way of online streaming until these mandatory guidelines are lifted by the Metropolis.
Please be sure to check the full calendar for more upcoming events!