Every good & perfect gift is from on high, descending from the Father of lights, in Whom there is neither variation nor turning shadow. - James 1:17

Gospel Reading - Luke 17:12-19

Gratitude is an Action, Gratitude is in the Scriptures, Gratitude as part of Christian Life

As we go to our Thanksgiving tables, heavy-laden for the feast, we remember this table—the sacred Altar—which presents to us the Eucharist—the Thanksgiving Feast—that has been laid by the Father Himself for His children. As we depart our Thanksgiving tables, satisfied with earthly blessings, we remember that we Christians are called to live a life of Eucharist, a life where all we are & all we have is offered up to God in gratitude, to be transformed by His grace, for the salvation of the whole world.

+ By Fr. Lucas Christensen

Thanksgiving Pan-Orthodox Liturgy with Artoklasia 2016

Let us Give Thanks to the Lord!

Thanksgiving Day Pan-Orthodox Liturgy with Artoklasia (breaking of bread)

Thursday, November 24, 2016 at 10 a.m.

St. George Orthodox Church

Guest Homilist: Fr. Lucas Christensen from Holy Trinity Orthodox Church in Carmel, IN

Loaves of bread will be blessed for you to take and “break” at home, so that the blessing of the Lord’s Table will extend to yours at home.


A Letter of St. Nikolai Velimirović to an English Noble Charles B., who asked about the meaning of the person of Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948), the preeminent leader of the Indian independence movement in British-ruled India.

Although written many decades ago, the letter proves to be relevant to this day. As a man of faith, you are troubled by the thought -- what will Providence do with Gandhi? And what is the meaning of the appearance of this strange person among the statesmen and politicians of our time?

The Houses of Abraham

Panel highlighting the major sacred “homes” of the Abrahamic religions and focusing on what each place means to the faithful of that tradition.

Leader of NA Antiochian Orthodox Church to visit St. George for 90th Anniversary Celebration

The pastoral leader of the Antiochian Orthodox Church Archdiocese in North America will visit St. George Orthodox Church in Fishers as part of its 90th anniversary celebration this weekend, Oct. 8-9.

Metropolitan Joseph, will visit for an anniversary celebration dinner on Saturday and preach at the Divine Liturgy on Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. He will also visit with other parish groups throughout the weekend. Bishop Anthony, who is bishop of Toledo and the Midwest, will accompany him, and the Rev. Fr. Nabil Hanna, pastor of St. George, will host their visit.