This is a notice that we have moved our church temporarily to:
1701 Green Rd Suite B, Pompano Beach, FL, 33064***
Door to building has sign titled “Lab Geeks.” Please ring doorbell!
Monday, January 6th, at 5:30pm we will be serving Great Compline and Matins for the Nativity of our Lord. Liturgy will be the next morning, Tuesday, January 7th, at 10am.
Please let others know who may not be subscribed to our mailer or may not use these emails for updates.
May the Lord bless us to have a joyful and peaceful liturgy celebrating His Nativity!
Welcome, parishioners, friends and first time visitors to our parish website of Saint Luke the Blessed Surgeon in Coconut Creek Florida.
Saint Luke the Blessed Surgeon is a local Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia (ROCOR) mission parish community. The Orthodox Church is the “One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic” Church which is composed of individual Churches that were historically formed along ethnic and geographical boundaries, such as the Orthodox Churches in Russia, Greece, Romania, Serbia, and other countries.
Saint Luke the Blessed Surgeon Church is a member of the Eastern American Diocese and was founded with the blessings of His Eminence Metropolitan Hilarion First Hierarch of the Russian Church Abroad.
We’re so glad you’ve decided to visit us! Below you’ll find a list of commonly asked questions. Please don’t hesitate to send us a message if you have any questions.
You can find our location on the map.
Saint Luke the Blessed Surgeon Church is located inside the Paideia Classical Academy. You can park next to the main entrance.
The general rule for men and women is to dress appropriately, modestly and respectfully, as before the Living God. Traditionally this has meant that women wear dresses or skirts that fall below the knee, while men wear pants. We ask that you not wear shorts, mini-skirts, tank tops, low-cut or strapless dresses (unless covered by a sweater, etc.). Orthodox women wear scarves on their heads (not hats). Men are asked not to wear head coverings (baseball caps, etc.).
St John Chrysostom
To love Christ -means not to be a hireling, not to look upon a noble life as an enterprise or trade, but to be a true benefactor and to do everything only for the sake of love for God.