Sincere sympathy is extended to V. Rev. Father Emilian Hutnyan on the falling asleep of his dear brother, Thomas Andrew Hutnyan. Tom was a wonderful guy, and a friend of our parish, often attending events, and we will miss him. Our love and prayers are extended to the entire Hutnyan Family at this time of sadness. "Give rest, O God, to Your servant Thomas and establish him in Paradise, where the choirs of the saints and of the just, O Lord shine as the stars of heaven". Memory Eternal!
GLORY TO JESUS CHRIST - GLORY BE FOREVER!
WELCOME TO ST. ANDREW EASTERN ORTHODOX CHURCH
VERY REV. FR. EMILIAN HUTNYAN, PASTOR
On behalf of the parishoners of St. Andrew Eastern Orthodox Church I would like to welcome you to our website! Please feel free to browse the tabs on the left for our schedule of services, weekly bulletins and events, and our photo gallery. Sunday Divine Liturgy is celebrated at 10:00 am and we would love to have you worship with us, and stay for coffee and fellowship in our hall! Everyone is welcome to attend. We have a large library which has an extensive amount of books on Old and New Testament Commentary, Patristic Resources, Moral and Dogmatic Theology, Russian Literary Works, Orthodox Spirituality, as well as many pamplets and Tikhonaire Anniversary Books, and many more books on miscelaneous subjects. Our wonderful library consists of books and materials from the collection of Very Rev. Fr. Michael Hutnyan, Very Rev. Fr. Stephen Karaffa, and Very Rev. Fr. Emilian Hutnyan. If you are interested in the Orthodox Faith, we welcome you to come and visit with us and pick up many interesting and informative pamplets that are available for you! If you should have any questions please feel free to call the church at 216-475-9365.
Thank you for visiting our website and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Saturday - August 24th NO Great Vespers; due to Fr. Emilian attending the ordination to the Holy Priesthood of Fr. Deacon John J. Katolik in Canonsburg, PA.
Sunday, August 25th
9:10 am The Hours; 9:30 am Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom.
Please join us!
Local Heros Recognized - 01/16/19
On Wednesday, January 16, 2019 the City of Maple Heights recognized two young men who on the evening of December 23, 2018, took action and saved the lives of two local residents. You can read about these two young gentlemen in the link below. Fr. Emilian and several parishoners were present during this wonderful event and reception. State and local officials were there as well as the two young men, their families, and the family they saved. Fr. Emilian offered two prayers for the men, families, First Responders, and for the City of Maple Heights. He also offered the men and the family a very nice donation to reward them for their selfless act of heroism. We are very proud of these young men, and our city of Maple Heights for honoring them!
During Great Lent each Wednesday evening following Pre-Sanctified Liturgy, please join us for Bible Study and a Pot-Luck Lenten Meal. This has been a good and positive learning experience! Everyone is welcome! Consider staying and bringing a Lenten Dish to share.
Friday March 8th, Friday March 22nd, Friday April 5th, Friday April 19th
Interested in renting our hall? Please call 440-785-3877 for rental information and available dates. We have a large hall that can accomodate your large or small group. Our hall is all on one floor and easily accesible with a large parking lot. We have a large kitchen, and beautiful grounds. Please call today if interested!
"A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle." Consider bringing a friend to one of the many church services. It may be that "light" that someone may be seeking! Join us on Wednesdays at 7:00 pm for the Molieben to the Mother of God, Saturdays, at 4:00 pm for Great Vespers, and Sundays, for Divine Liturgy at 10:00 am.
Worship gets you through the hardest times in your life because it shifts your focus from the problem to the problem solver! Come join us for Divine Liturgy every Sunday at 10:00 am!
"At the end of the day, can you truthfully say: "Lord, I have given my best"?
Our parish of St. Andrew welcomes you and thanks you for joining us in true worship and praise! We hope that you will return to worship with us regularly. If you should desire any information about our parish, or the Orthodox Faith, please contact Fr. Emilian!