St. George the Great-Martyr
Melkite Greek-Catholic Church

RT. REV. FRANK J. MILIENEWICZ Pastor

REV. DEACON SERAPHIM RITCHEY

REV. DEACON ANDREW BAROODY

READER JOSEPH PHARO

 

Regular Schedule

Divine Liturgy:  Saturdays at 5 PM, Sundays at 10:30 AM
Orthros:  Sundays at 9 AM
Vespers: Wednesdays at 6 PM

 

Mystery of Holy Confession:  Confession is available before each service and on Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., on Saturday from 4:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. or by appointment. Please call the office at 252-5788 before you come.

Mystery Of Christian Initiation:  Expectant parents should contact the pastor prior to the birth of the child for Catechesis Program.

Mystery Of Holy Crowning:  Those planning to marry should contact the pastor no less than six months in advance of the desired wedding date.

Mystery Of Holy Unction: Please contact the pastor when a family member is hospitalized or in need of anointing.

 

Address
425 16th Avenue South. Birmingham, Alabama 35205

Rectory:  (205) 252-5788
Church Hall: (205) 252-1085
Fax: (205) 252-0063

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Recent Announcements

Part of a Church Tour at St. George Middle Eastern Food Festival

Festival To-Do List: Church Tour and The Door of Mercy at St. George

09 Sep 2016

During the Festival, Come for a tour of St. George Church and learn about the Melkite Liturgy.  Plus, the doors of St. George are official doors of Mercy for the Year of Mercy(click here to learn more about doors of mercy). Church Tours are throughout the day on Friday and Saturday. We explain our faith…

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Experience the Jubilee of Mercy in Birmingham: Visit the Holy Door at St. George Melkite Church

09 Sep 2016

Bishop Nicholas Samra “I have decided that the door to every parish church or mission is to be considered a holy door. What is very necessary for all to receive God’s blessings: each person must actively accept God’s mercy through participation in the Holy Mystery of Repentance or Confession. This is to be followed by…

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