Saint George Greek Orthodox Church

511 Court Street Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783

Tel: (906) 632-6351

Welcome to the Saint George Greek Orthodox Church Website

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

It is our joy to welcome you to St. George Greek Orthodox Church in picturesque Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Our community has been in existence since 1928 and has existed at our current location since 1932. We service both Sault Ste. Marie, MI and Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada.

Sunday Services

Orthros/Matins: 9:00 AM
Divine Liturgy: 10:00 AM

*Note: Services are offered twice per month and alternate between St. George's Church and St. Mary the Protectoress Ukranian Orthodox Church located on Wilson street in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada

**Services are subject to change based on inclement weather.***

Our Orthodox Christian Faith

Our Faith: Liturgy

"We knew not whether we were in heaven or on earth, for surely there is no such splendor or beauty anywhere on earth. We cannot describe it to you; we only know that God dwells there among men and that their Service surpasses the worship of all other places..." In the latter part of the tenth century, Vladimir the Prince of Kiev sent envoys to various Christian centers to study their form of worship. These are the words the envoys uttered when they reported their presence at the celebration of the Eucharist in the Great Church of Holy Wisdom in Constantinople. The profound experience expressed by the Russian envoys has been one shared by many throughout the centuries who have witnessed for the first time the beautiful and inspiring Divine Liturgy of the Orthodox Church. Learn more



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Our Patron Saint

Saint George the Great Martyr and Triumphant

George, this truly great and glorious Martyr of Christ, was born of a father from Cappadocia and a mother from Palestine. Being a military tribune, or chiliarch (that is, a commander of a thousand troops), he was illustrious in battle and highly honoured for his courage. When he learned that the Emperor Diocletian was preparing a persecution of the Christians, Saint George presented himself publicly before the Emperor and denounced him. When threats and promises could not move him from his steadfast confession, he was put to unheard-of tortures, which he endured with great bravery, overcoming them by his faith and love towards Christ. By the wondrous signs that took place in his contest, he guided many to the knowledge of the truth, including Queen Alexandra, wife of Diocletian, and was finally beheaded in 296 in Nicomedia. His sacred remains were taken by his servant from Nicomedia to Palestine, to a town called Lydda, the homeland of his mother, and then were finally transferred to the church which was raised up in his name. (The translation of the Saint's holy relics to the church in Lydda is commemorated on November 3; Saint Alexandra the Queen, on April 21.) If April 23 falls on or before Great and Holy Pascha, the Feast of St. George is translated to Bright Monday. Learn more

Apolytikion in the Fourth Tone

Liberator of captives, defender of the poor, physician of the sick, and champion of kings, O trophy-bearer, Great Martyr George, intercede with Christ God that our souls be saved.

Kontakion in the Fourth Tone

Cultivated by God, you became manifest as an honorable tiller gathering for yourself the sheaves of virtue. For you sowed with tears but reaped with gladness; in the contest you competed with your blood and came away with Christ. By your intercessions, O Holy One, all are granted forgiveness of sins.



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Contact Us

Saint George Greek Orthodox Church

511 Court Street
Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
Parish Phone:
(906) 632-6351
Alternative Phone: (906) 635-5133
Fax: (906) 632-0610

Parish Clergy

Rev. Fr. Christopher E.F. Mantle 

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