“Go Therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” Matthew 28:19
For those interested in learning more about the Eastern Orthodox Church, our faith, practices, and history, we have prepared a brief overview summarizing the Orthodox Church, as well as a starter on Orthodox prayer practices. Feel free to browse the information presented here as well:
The Orthodox Church in America (OCA): The OCA has a listing of general questions and answers for those seeking more information about the Orthodox faith.
Diocese of New York & New Jersey: Learn more about Orthodoxy in the greater New York/New Jersey area, Diocese news and events, and communications from His Eminence Archbishop Michael
OrthodoxWiki: A great community-driven resource for general information about Orthodoxy
12 Things I Wish I’d Known… : “Orthodox worship is different! Some of these differences are apparent, if perplexing, from the first moment you walk in a church. Others become noticeable only over time. Here is some information that may help you feel more at home in Orthodox worship.” – Federica Mathewes-Green
The Way Into The Kingdom of Heaven: One of the most renowned sermons written by our own patron saint, Innocent of Alaska.