The history of the Cathedral located in Los Angeles, California is truly a story of people of vision, courage, dedication, leadership, and religious conviction. It is the story of the needs of many Orthodox families who had settled in the greater Los Angeles area since the turn of the twentieth century. It is a story of those who had devoted their lives to the service of our community, of leaders who are no longer with us, but who shall always remain dear in our hearts because of their wisdom, love and accomplishments. Their legacy continues today.
|7:45am||- Divine Liturgy in Spanish|
|9:15am||- Orthros (Matins)|
|10:30am||- Divine Liturgy|
|6:00pm||- Great Vespers|
|Eve of Feast|
|6:30pm|| - Vesperal Divine Liturgy of the Feast|
We traditionally hold a Vesperal Divine Liturgy on the eve of Great Feasts or feasts of special commemoration at our Cathedral. These schedules are subject to change and details will be provided in the weekly bulletin and calendar.
On some occasions, when the feast day is adjoining a Sunday we may transfer the feast to the Sunday. Please see the bulletin and the Cathedral calendar for current schedule.
We have all been moved by the loss of life and scenes of destruction resulting from the earthquake in Turkey and Syria on February 6, including the historic center of our patriarchate--the great and ancient city of Antioch. We are responding as an archdiocese with prayers and an appeal for urgently needed relief funds.
We have expanded our charity ministry in cooperation with FOCUS Southern California and the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. Come volunteer every 2nd and 4th Saturday starting in September 2022 from 8:30-12:30. See our Ministries Page for more informaiton.
We are holding a weekly Zoom based bereavement group beginning Wednesday, January 4, 2023 with the final session on February 22, 2023. See our Orthodox Education page for more details.