General Service Schedule:

Sundays (Registration Required)
9:00am — Matins
10:00am — Divine Liturgy

7:00pm — Presanctified Liturgy

Saturdays (Registration Required)
5:00pm — Vespers with Confessions

Times and services are subject to change. Please check the calendar for the most up-to-date information.

St. Mary Orthodox Church

7223 Roosevelt Ave
Falls Church, Virginia 22042

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See calendar for office hours.

Email: [email protected]

Phone: (703) 280-0770

Church School

   Fr. David

The most up-to-date information and class links can be found in the Church School News group on Realm.

  • PreK-1st Grade (ages 3-6)
    • Teacher: McKensie K.
    • Time/Place: none - will use Realm to share resources
    • Teaching: development of a relationship of prayer, preparing parents and students for our time back together, and cultivating the love of God and the Orthodox Faith using the Catechism of the Good Shepherd
  • Upper Elementary (grades 2-5)
    • Teacher: Nicole F.
    • Time/Place: Saturday mornings (9:00am–9:45am) on Zoom
    • Curriculum: seeking the presence of the Holy Spirit in Christ's ministry, the lives of the saints, and in our own lives; to grow in love for Christ and His Church
  • Middle School
    • Teachers: Renée L. and Jonathan J.
    • Time/Place: Sundays after liturgy (1:00pm–1:30pm) on Zoom
    • Curriculum: the life of Christ in the Gospels and in the Acts of the Apostles
  • High School
    • Teacher: Fr. David
    • Time/Place: Sundays after liturgy (1:00pm–1:30pm) on Zoom
    • Curriculum: Lee Strobel's The Case for Christ — basic Christian apologetics

Last updated: 10/9/2020

Youth Group


Our Youth group for ages 12-18 meets once per month for various activities, field trips, service projects, and fellowship.

Altar Servers, Handmaidens, and Other Service

   Eccl. Patricia

We like to see all of our young people learn to serve the Lord in the space of the Liturgy. Altar Boys are invited to serve in the altar with the clergy for Sunday services under the guidance of the deacons. Handmaidens are invited to assist with special tasks such as managing the candles, paraments (liturgical cloths and accoutrements), and icons in the sanctuary under the guidance of the ecclesiarchChildren 12 and up are invited to help with the weekly collection under the direction of the epitrops (parish council members elected to office of financial secretary)Children 14 and up with the talent of voice may audition for the choir. All children in the church school may be involved in the Children's Choir for special feast days, especially Palm Sunday and the Nativity Pageant.