About Orthodoxy

Welcome Visitors!

 May God bless you and direct your steps in discovering the Ancient Christian Church. We look forward to seeing you in our midst soon! The Orthodox Church is evangelical, but not Protestant. It is orthodox, but not Jewish. It is catholic, but not Roman. It isn't non-denominational - it is pre-denominational. It has believed, taught, preserved, defended, and died for the Faith of the Apostles since the Day of Pentecost 2000 years ago. COME AND SEE!

Below is a link to an informative article for visitors to the Orthodox church written by Frederica Mathewes-Green:

Introduction to the Divine Liturgy and Vespers Services

Welcome to the Orthodox Church (videos)

Introduction to the Orthodox Worship Space

The Liturgical Calendar and the Twelve
Great Feasts

Theosis Part II: The Goal of Orthodox

Theosis Part IV: God as Light
and Fire

The Sign of the Cross, Icons, and

Theosis Part I: Glowing with the Light
of Christ

Theosis Part III: The Energy of God
in You

Frederica Matthews-Green on
The Jesus Prayer

10440 4th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87114

Upcoming Calendar
  • Sat

    5:00pm Choir Rehearsal
    6:00pm Great Vespers, Confessions
  • Sun

    Priestmartyr Alexander Hotovitzky
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy
    Potluck: Group 1
    St. Nicholas Celebration for the children
  • Mon

    1:00pm Sisterhood meeting online
  • Tue

    (last day of the St. Nicholas Charity Collection)
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy
    Potluck: fish, wine & oil
  • Wed

    6:00pm Vespers

Venerable Sebastian Dabovich

TROPARION — O God of our Fathers, always act with kindness towards us; take not Your mercy from us, but guide our lives in peace through the prayers of Saints Sebastian and Mardarije. KONTAKION — Passing unharmed through a multitude of storms, and receiving the gift of miracles, you drowned your bodiless Enemies in the streams of your tears, O divinely-wise Sebastian and Mardarije, pray unceasingly on behalf of us all.

November 30


Glory to God for All Things!

Glory to thee for calling me to life. Glory to thee, showing me the beauty of the universe. Glory to thee, spreading out before me heaven and earth like the pages in a book of eternal wisdom. Glory to thee for thine eternity in this fleeting world. Glory to thee for thy mercies, seen and unseen. Glory to thee through every sigh of my sorrow. Glory to thee for every step of my life, for every moment of joy. Glory to thee, O God, from age to age!

from the Akathist "Glory to God for all Things"


"Truly, not a single earthly pleasure can satisfy our heart. We are strangers on earth, pilgrims and travelers; our home and fatherland are there in heaven, in the heavenly kingdom; and there does not exist on earth things that could perfectly satisfy our desires."

- St. Innocent of Alaska


All Saints of North America
Orthodox Church

10440 4th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87114