St. Justin the Martyr was planted a mission in 1994 and was recognized as a parish in 1998. We are a parish of The Diocese of the South, The Orthodox Church in America. Our bishop is The Most Blessed Jonah, Archbishop of Washington, Metropolitan of All America and Canada, Locum Tenens Diocese of the South
We are highly committed to living the Orthodox way of life and in carrying out the work of Gospel. A great many people in our community are converts, who are grateful to those born Orthodox for their examples of how to live an Orthodox life.
In addition to our Liturgical Calendar of Worship, we have many ministries in place: Sunday school for youth and adults (September-May); weekly inquirer’s class; women’s prayer group and Bible study; annual missions team program, and a bookstore.
Many call orthodoxy “America’s best kept secret.” The secret is getting out. We encourage you to come and see. Please visit the other pages on this website and/or email our parish for more information.
11 Jun 2021 at 4:23am
“Not as the world gives, do I give unto you” (John 14:27). But does this promise of our Lord apply not only to His peace, but to other blessings as well. Could it be, for example, that the self-confidence of a Christian needs to be very different ...