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To the new web site for the Saint Olympia Orthodox Mission located in Potsdam, New York.

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St. Olympia Chapel

 

St. Olympia Orthodox Church in Potsdam, NY, is young church community under the Orthodox Church of America, Diocese of New York/New Jersey in cooperation with the Monastery of St. Silouan the Athonite, OCA Archdiocese of Canada. Divine Liturgies are held weekly at a private chapel.  Fellowship and a parish lunch follow the services.   For many years prior to the establishment of this mission, St. Vasilios Greek Orthodox Church in Watertown, NY, came to Potsdam twice a year to hold a liturgy.  The services offered by this mission parish are meant to supplement those offerings. 
 
 
Members of the St. Olympia Orthodox Church are from all ethnic backgrounds: Greek, Russian, Albanian, Ukrainian, Eritrean... and just plain American. Services are primarily in English, and the music is from both the Byzantine chant and Russian choral traditions. The community is a mix of students, post-doctoral researchers and faculty, as well as local families. It is a blend of “cradle Orthodox," converts to the faith and people exploring Orthodoxy.  The community is cared for by Fr. Luke Majoros who travels to Potsdam from St. Silouan's.
 
For a printable flyer on our Mission,  St Olympia Info Flyer
   
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