St. James Orthodox Church
Orthodox Christianity as you've never seen before...
A Sacramental, Evangelical & Pentecostal Experience: COME VISIT US!
Welcome

Glory to Jesus Christ! Glory to Him forever!

Christ is in our midst. He is and ever shall be.

He has promised, "For where two or three have gathered together in my name, I am there in their midst." (Mt.18:20)

Jesus Christ is our focus, but we worship God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit – the Holy Trinity – in our Divine Liturgy, sacraments, teachings, traditions, prayers and throughout our daily lives.

We strive to love God and to love people.

Our vision? Orthodox Christianity to change the World.

We are a Great Commission Orthodox Church manifesting Jesus Christ to the world by:

               1. fishing for men (evangelism)

               2. feeding the faithful (teaching/sacraments)

               3. following Jesus Christ as His disciples (discipleship)

 

We believe in the grace and power of the Holy Spirit to change lives, heal bodies, deliver from evil, and empower us to live as witnesses in the world.

Our church is not Greek, Russian, Jewish, Ukrainian, Serbian, Polish, Palestinian, German, Syrian, Egyptian, Puerto Rican or Haitian, but we have people from those backgrounds.

Jesus Christ died for all. We are an Orthodox Christian Church serving all people in the language they best can understand the message and teachings, in this case English.

Come and join us for the Divine Liturgy, Bible Study or Evening Prayer. Bring your family and experience something new…authentic, apostolic, Orthodox Christianity consistent with 2000 years of life-changing Christian faith and tradition. We promise you will not be disappointed!


St. James the Apostle Orthodox Church • 2201 SE Airoso Blvd • Port Saint Lucie, Florida 34984

GIVING
SERVICES

Tuesday

10  AM Prayer Meeting

7 PM Alpha Course

Saturday

6 PM Great Vespers

SUNDAY

9:40 AM Hours

10 AM Divine Liturgy

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Saint James

James, son of Zebedee, who died 44 AD, was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus, and traditionally considered the first apostle to be martyred. He was a son of Zebedee and Salome and brother of John the Apostle. He is also called James the Greater to distinguish him from James, son of Alphaeus and James the Just.

St. James Orthodox Church  •  2201 SE Airoso Blvd.   •  Port St. Lucie, FL 34984   •  Office: (772) 203-8255