Christ is Risen!  Truly He is Risen!


 Our services are streamed live on the internet.
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Join us for Orthodox Divine Liturgy every Sunday at 10:00 a.m.


Light a candle and offer a prayer at Saint Catherine (click above).  The online form sends the names of your family and friends direct to Father Andrew at the altar; prayers are offered during the Proskomidi in preparation for the Divine Liturgy!


THOMAS SUNDAY, May 9, 2021

This day is called Antipascha (meaning "in the stead of Pascha," not "in opposition to Pascha") because with this day, the first Sunday after Pascha, the Church consecrates every Sunday of the year to the commemoration of Pascha, that is, the Resurrection. 



We continue to safely accomodate the number of parishioners who attend while maintaining the six foot 'social distancing' requirement.  Please follow the directions of our ushers as we continue to socially distance for safety from the coronavirus.

Starting with the Divine Liturgy of the Anastasis, Holy Communion is offered in the traditional manner at the normal point of the Liturgy.  Everyone is to approach by the center aisle pew-by-pew, maintaining your distance in the line using the designated social distancing X's that have been placed in the center aisle.  You may remove your masks momentarily to receive Holy Communion.  Please do not touch the red communion cloth; it will be held underneath your chin; it is not a napkin.

Please faithfully observe all precautions as we continue to protect our parish family from the coronavirus.



This Week at Saint Catherine

Sunday, May 9  Thomas Sunday  ~  Mother’s Day
       8:45 am  Orthros
     10:00 am  Divine Liturgy

Tuesday, May 11  7:00 pm  Discover Orthodoxy by Zoom Video  (class 1)
     The link is in our emailed Sunday Worship Guide 


Highlights of Upcoming Services and Events 

Sunday, May 16 Sunday of the Myrrh-Bearing Women
8:45 am  Orthros / 10:00 am  Divine Liturgy 

May 16th is National AHEPA Day 

We welcome His Eminence Metropolitan Alexios who will celebrate the Divine Liturgy.  After liturgy there will be a lunch in the Hellenic Cultural Center.  Following the lunch His Eminence will bless the shrine at Hillcrest Memorial Park.

Lunch includes chicken, vegetables, potatoes, salad, coffee and dessert.
Donations are appreciated. 


Tuesday, May 18  7:00 pm  Bible Study by Zoom Video
The link is in our emailed Sunday Worship Guide 


Wednesday, May 19  7:00 pm  Parish Council Meeting by Zoom



2021 Stewardship  We invite you to join our Saint Catherine family. Click here for the 2021 Stewardship Program.  The Commitment Form is here. As of April 4th, 157 individuals and families have either begun or completed their 2021 financial pledge.  This includes 23 first-time stewards whom we warmly welcome to our church family.  Giving to His Church is how we thank God for His grace and many blessings!

Youth Safety Resources
We’re committed to connecting young people with Jesus Christ. To do that, we need to create ministry environments that are safe and health. For more on how you can help, please visit our new Youth Safety website:


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Saint Catherine Greek Orthodox Church (2020 and 2021 services)

Saint Catherine Greek Orthodox Church (Selected services from 2015-2019)


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Family Life Blog

Our Metropolis of Atlanta Family Life Blog has wonderful inspiring material for families and each of us as individuals.  Read and share the Family Life blog which is at:


Orthodox Christian Programs

We have Orthodox Christian programs available 24 hours a day, seven days of  the week.  There is the weekly Come Receive the Light program and three channels of content to listen to in addition to special presentations in the form of podcasts, articles and videos.  Take a break from your routine to read / listen / watch the Orthodox content from the Orthodox Christian Network (OCN).  All are all available at: