“An Orthodox community where people find transformation in Jesus Christ.”

Worship - Service - Community - Education






March 22-24

Lenten Retreat
February 02 - 24, 2024

- Dn. Mark O'Dell -




Come join us for our 4th Annual Lenten Retreat on March 22-24, 2024.

Our Retreat Masters will be Fr. Tom Tsagalakis, Pb. Patricia Tsagalakis, and George Papageorge. The retreat theme will be on relationships, and more specifically addressing the theology of relationship as our Faith teaches, and a praxis for how to improve the relationships God has given to us.

A Youth Enrichment retreat will be offered for children ages PreK - 5th grade from 9:30am - 3:45pm.

A GOYA retreat will be offered for Middle and High School students, a combination of their own activities paired with attending the adult retreat sessions.

Retreat Cost 1/28 - 3/1:
$20 Adults; $10 children and youth

Retreat Cost 3/1 - 3/17:
$25 Adults, $15 Children and youth

ADULT RETREAT SCHEDULE
March 22-24, 2024

Friday, Mar 22nd
6:00pm Akathist
7:00pm Meet and Greet
7:30pm Session 1

Saturday, Mar 23rd
8:30am Saturday of Souls Liturgy
9:30am - Pancake breakfast
10:30am Meet & Greet
11:00am Session 2
12:15pm Lunch
12:45pm Outreach Project
1:15pm Session 3
2:30pm Break
2:45pm Session 4
4:00pm Vespers

Sunday, Mar 24th
Liturgy Homily - Fr. Tom

Register for the retreat HERE



Having retired from nearly 33 years of government service, Dn. Mark returned home to Colorado and joined the community at Saint Spyridon Church in 2010. Dn. Mark complete...[more]
“An Orthodox community where people find transformation in Jesus Christ.”

Worship - Service - Community - Education

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Having retired from nearly 33 years of government service, Dn. Mark returned home to Colorado and joined the community at Saint Spyridon Church in 2010. Dn. Mark completed the St. Stephen’s course of studies and was ordained to the diaconate in 2003. He served for nearly 8 years as a deacon at Holy Cross Orthodox Church in Linthicum, MD. Dn. Mark received both his MBA and BS (Math) degrees from Colorado State University.