Our parish council meets once per month; the meetings are open to everyone in the parish and announced after the liturgy the Sunday preceding the meeting. The meetings are typically held after church in the parish house.
Communion bread is baked by our parishioners, and is taught to our youths as a class.
We use congregational singing, but welcome those who wish to be a part of our core choir group. Members are encouraged to sign up and read the Epistle during Divine Liturgies.
God willing, our plan is to build a beautiful Orthodox Church in the future, on the land we currently use for worship. In the interim, our building committee is working on a project to enlarge our existing chapel.
Members often bring in plants or flowers to celebrate particular times of the year. Our parish is home to beautiful poinsettias during Christmas, gorgeous carnations, roses and lilies at Pascha and at certain times members bring in sweet basil, filling the chapel with its wonderful fragrance.
Our brick walkway adjacent to the sign in the front of the Church property is one of our ongoing projects. Members and visitors alike can dedicate a memorial brick to put laid in this walkway, inscribed with the names of their loved ones.
Members can help with refreshments after the Liturgy any given Sunday by signing up in the Parish house.