We are located at 433 Liberty Street; Hagerstown, MD
Welcome to Saint Catherine Orthodox Church
St.Catherine icon was written by the hand of Nicholas Papas. Read more about Nick and his journey to iconography here
Saint Catherine Eastern Orthodox Church of Hagerstown of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA) is pleased to welcome you to our Website. Saint Catherine is the oldest Orthodox Church serving the Lord in Western Maryland.
We are excited to share that in December 2016 marked our 35th Anniversary in Hagerstown, Maryland. For most of the 35 years of our Parish, V. Rev. Fr. Dennis Buck has served as our Priest.
Services are in English, with Greek, Slavonic, and Romanian sprinkled in spontaneously. Our parish is distinguished by the large number of priests sent out from our parish and also the high ratio of children to adults in our congregation.
We are a community of believers who are always happy to see new faces, so bring yours in today and let your voice raise up with ours in a sacrifice of prayer and praise to Him who rose from the dead, trampling down death by Death.
If you have ever wondered where the 1st historic church of Christ disappeared too, look no further, it never disappeared. Come visit our humble parish and learn more about the Church responsible for assembling the Bible and responsible for keeping the faith connected together through time, undivided now for over 2000 years. The Orthodox Church has a rich history worth investigating. Learn how strong her walls are and how they have stood the test of time.
Below are some great resources if you are looking for more information about Orthodoxy or if you just need a refresher course.
Saint Catherine Orthodox Church is a member of the Orthodox Church of America. Visit the OCA website to learn more about Orthodoxy, her mission here in America, and other important information about the undivided One Holy Catholic Apostolic Church.
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"Now, therefore, you are no longer strangers and foreigners, but fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God, having been built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ Himselt being the chief cornerstone, in whom the whole building, being fitted together, grows into a holy temple of God."