Illumined Path: The Soul That Is In Love With Christ
From St. Porphyrios of Kavsokalyva, from the book "With Elder Porphyrios: A Spiritual Child Remembers": The… [more]
The Voice OCTOBER – NOVEMBER 2014
Read the most recent publication of The Voice for important parish news, upcoming feast days as well… [more]
Illumined Path: Either One Or The Other
From "Letters To Spiritual Children" by Abbot Nikon: It is impossible to love God if one has bad feelings… [more]
Welcome to St. Elia the Prophet Orthodox Church!
St. Elia the Prophet Orthodox Church - Akron, Ohio, is the spiritual home of a close-knit parish family of people from many different backgrounds and walks of life, all seeking to live a vital Orthodox Christian way of life. The full cycle of liturgical worship in the English language, a parish choir, Christian education programs for children and adults, service activities, fellowship and fun are all part of our rich parish life. St. Elia opens its doors and gives a warm welcome to all!
From St. Porphyrios of Kavsokalyva, from the book “With Elder Porphyrios: A Spiritual Child Remembers”: The soul that is in love with Christ is always fortunate and joyful, whatever happens to her, however much hard work and sacrifice this Divine “Eros” (love) takes. Indeed, the harder the soul works and the more sacrifices she makes […]
Read the most recent publication of The Voice for important parish news, upcoming feast days as well as other information vital to all parishioners. Are you looking for something? It’s probably in The Voice. Click the link below to access “The Voice” for the months of October & November: Click Here to Read THE VOICE […]
From “Letters To Spiritual Children” by Abbot Nikon: It is impossible to love God if one has bad feelings towards even a single individual. Understandably so. Love and hostility cannot exist in the same soul: either one or the other. If there is love for one’s neighbor, it will generate love for God. Illumined Path, […]
Start your slow cookers, folks! Trunk-a-Treat is back this year with a new twist! Bring your favorite crock pot dish on Sunday, October 26th. We will enjoy a tasty lunch following Divine Liturgy. Trunk-a-Treat will follow, outside in the parking lot. Kids and adults are encouraged to dress up! Don’t forget goodies for your trunk!!
Information About Our New Parish Education Program