Welcome to St. George Greek Orthodox Church
"Welcome one another, therefore, just as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God." - Romans 15:7
For over 100 years, St. George Greek Orthodox Church has served as a beacon of Christian light in a city that brought electricity to the world! And we invite everyone to "come and see" by attending our regular Sunday (10 AM) Divine Liturgy service.
For Orthodox Christians, worship produces theology. So, by attending the services, we understand its meaning and significance. Come and read along with us as we pray, and come and hear the beautiful byzantine chants and hymns as we endeavor to grow closer to God.
Visit or join our ministry groups that teach Christian principles and explore the Orthodox faith. Please view the Church Ministry page under the About Us tab on the top left corner of this page.
For more information about Orthodox Christianity, we invite you to contact the Parish Priest at (518) 393-0742.
And please, join us this Sunday!
Parish Council Elections will be held during the upcoming General Assembly Meeting on December 4th. There are 3 vacancies to be filled. If you are interested in serving in this ministry, please contact Father Peter Daratsos. You must attend one of the Archdiocese Parish Council Training Seminars to be eligible to run. Our regional seminar will be held on Wednesday, November 6th, 6:30 - 8:30 pm, St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church in Albany. For a complete list of seminar locations, please see the bulletin board in the Hellenic Center hallway.
St. George Parish Council extends a heartfelt Thank You to all of the Volunteers and Patrons of the 41st Annual Greek Festival. We had a wonderfully successful event. See you all next year!
Sundays: Orthros: 9:00 AM | Divine Liturgy: 10:00 AM
Weekdays: Will be announced.
For information on our weekday and lenten service schedule, please see the Parish Calendar tab on the menu. Parish office hours are 9:00 am - 2:00 pm, Monday through Thursday.
The Holy Prophet Sophonias (Zephaniah); Our Righteous Father John, Bishop and Hesychast; Holy Martyrs Agapius and Seleucius; Theodore, Archbishop of Alexandria; Angelis the New Martyr; Karpos the Hieromartyr