Category: Eastern Carolina Orthodox

  • Christ Is Risen!

    We’d like to wish all residents of Eastern North Carolina a blessed Pascha (Easter) with the traditional Orthodox greeting, “Christ is Risen!”  The response is, “Truly He is Risen!”  This greeting will be used from now until Ascension Thursday, which is the 40th day after Pascha. At the Easter service in Greenville at Holy Theotokos […]

  • You Are the Mission!

    Sometimes, we hear of people asking when someone is planning on starting an Orthodox Church in their area.  People have moved to areas where there is no existing parish, and naturally they begin to miss the liturgies and events that keep them connected to the Christian life.  The Internet has done a great service in […]

  • Our Prayers After Saturday’s Storms

    Those who have suffered due to the storms that passed through the area on April 16, 2011 are in our prayers. If you are in need of clothing, we have clothing available through Nativity of the Holy Theotokos Church.  Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. For those who have died, we pray that […]

  • An Orthodox Church in Wilson, NC

    Wilson, North Carolina is a town of approximately 50,000 people located approximately at the intersection of Interstate 95 and US 264; approximately 45 minutes east of Raleigh, and 45 minutes west of Greenville. One of the chanters at St. Mark the Evangelist Orthodox Mission Church in Raleigh is a native of Wilson, and he and […]

  • How We Founded an Orthodox Church in Greenville, NC

    Nativity of the Holy Theotokos Greek Orthodox Church in Greenville, North Carolina held its first services on Saturday, September 7/20, 2008: Vespers for our patronal feastday, the birthday of the Virgin Mary.  But how did it all come together? Back in March of 2008, the Tourlitis family found Anastasios Hudson via the Metropolis of America’s […]

  • Orthodox Mission Work in Eastern Carolina

    Our first mission plant in the region is Nativity of the Holy Theotokos, a Greek Orthodox Church in Greenville, North Carolina.  Currently, the mission is growing steadily and we hope to attain full parish status in a few years.  Members and regular visitors come from all over Eastern Carolina to attend worship: Greenville, Blounts Creek, […]