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Mission Statement

St. Alexis Orthodox Christian Church is a local English speaking community of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA) on the shoreline of Connecticut.

St. Alexis exists to:

  • Call all people to Christ 
  • Worship as a community 
  • Experience the joy of Christ in our lives 
  • Share this joy with those around us 
  • Educate people about the Truth and Presence of Orthodoxy 

We offer the love of Christ to those in need, both in word and action.


Want to know more?

Who is Saint Alexis Toth? Click here for a quick summary, or a detail biography.

Join us for Services! Visitors Welcome!

  • 5:30p Saturdays: Great Vespers
  • 9:15a Sundays: Hours
  • 9:30a Sundays: Divine Liturgy
  • 8:30a Tuesdays & Thursdays: Daily Matins
  • 6:00p Wednesdays: Daily Vespers

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You can find us here.


Glorification Proclamation

March 31st, 2019 - Feast of the Annunciation

This day marks the 25th anniversary of the signing of the glorification proclamation of St. Alexis. The link provided goes to PDF documents of the Proclamation and Act of Glorification by the Holy Synod of the Orthodox Church in America.


New Photos in our Gallery!

Saturday, Feb 9th, community members came together to paint the church's sanctuary. Click here to see the photo gallary.


Pledge Forms Available Online

Annual stewardship forms may now be downloaded


By-Laws Update

As passed during our Annual Meeting (11/18/18), the updated Parish By-Laws are bylaws available


Podcasts

Within the Navigation Menu to the left side of the page, under the "Resources" link, we now have direct links to a few of the popular podcasts produced by Ancient Faith.

Links to Daily Scripture Readings and Saints of the Day can be found directly in the right column of this page as well.


Parish Handbook

Our Parish Handbook is now available online (in PDF format).



Iconography Installation

New Iconography Installed - 12/29/18

Beginning on the Feast of St Stephen (Dec 27th) we had new iconography installed in the altar and sanctuary of our church.

(27 images)


Holy Week 2018

Scenes from Services - 04/06/18

Scenes from services of Holy Week, taken and edited by one of our parishioners.

There will be more to come soon.

(21 images)



How to Reach Us

108 East Main Street • PO Box 134
Clinton, Connecticut 06413-0134

parish phone
860-664-9434

rector's phone
860-866-5802

On the OCA web site

Weekly Bulletins

current eBulletin (updated 4/12)

Previous eBulletins are available via links found in the eBulletin itself.  You may join our email list to have bulletins emailed directly to you.

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for March 31st

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St. Alexis Orthodox Church
108 E Main St.; Clinton, CT 06413
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Daily Scripture Reading
April 25, 2019
Exodus 19:10-19 Job 38:1-23; 42:1-5



Saint of the Day
Holy Apostle and Evangelist Mark (68?)
25 Apr 2019 at 1:01am
"Mark was an idolater from Cyrene of Pentapolis, which is near Libya. Having come to the Faith of Christ through the Apostle Peter, he followed him to Rome. While there, at the prompting of Peter himself and at the request of the Christians living...