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Mailing Address
St. Alexis Orthodox Church
108 East Main Street • PO Box 134
Clinton, CT 06413-0134
Email and Phone
stalexis@dneoca.org
860-664-9434 (Phone)

Contact Us

If you need to contact us, or wish to ask Fr. Steven a question, you can use the form provided below.  

Or, you can contact Father Steven by phone at 860-866-5802.

Regular 'drop in' hours are on Wednesdays at 4:30pm or by appointment.

If Fr Steven is unavailable, please contact Dn Timothy Skuby at

 tvskuby@gmail.com or (808) 341-1813

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Join us for services!*  Visitors are most welcome!:

Saturdays: 5:30pm Great Vespers

Sundays: 9:15am Third Hour; 9:30am Divine Liturgy

Tuesday & Thursdays: 8:30am 'Daily' Matins

Wednesdays: 6:30pm 'Daily' Vespers

*  Weekday Services vary over the year but typically services are held each Wednesday at 6:30pm.

Please check our calendar of services for the complete month schedule.

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