Come and visit our parish’s bookstore on your way to fellowship coffee hour every Sunday after liturgy! Feel free to browse our extensive collection and ask if there is something you are looking for!  Build your home library with some of these suggestions:

Looking for a christening, birthday, holiday, wedding or sympathy gift? Stop by and visit our bookstore and gift shop where you will find these perfect items for your home and loved ones:

  • Icons
  • Bibles
  • Children’s Bibles in Greek and English
  • Devotional Items
  • Komboskinia
  • Greek Orthodox Books
  • Aromatic Incense in several different varieties
  • Charcoal in various sizes
  • Vigil Lamps
  • CD’s
  • Jewelry
  • Stefanothikes
  • And much more…

Lending Library

Help us build a “Lending Library” as part of our bookstore!

Due to popular demand, we will be starting a “Lending Library” of various publications that can be shared with your fellow parishioners.  Bring your books to the Church Bookstore and we will have a section for borrowing these books made available!!

Build Your Home Library

Some great suggestions include: 

  • Orthodox Study Bible
  • Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom
  • The Orthros
  • Scripture Readings in Orthodox Worship
  • Service of the Small Paraklesis
  • Festal Menaion (Twelve Great Feasts)
  • Lenten Triodion
  • Holy Week and Pascha
  • Akathist Hymn
  • Pentecostarion
  • Funeral Service of the Greek Orthodox Church

Build Your Icon Corner

Many Orthodox homes have an icon corner or shelf in their home that is the focal point for the family’s devotion and a constant reminder that Christ should be first in our lives. The icon corner should be located where it will be very visible and accessible, not placed in a room which is rarely used during the day or unseen by visitors. It is preferable to place it on an East wall and near the front door of the home.

An icon of the Theotokos with the Christ-child is placed on the left (as you face the wall), an icon of Christ blessing* on the right, and across in the center. The icons of saints after whom family members are named are included, as well as icons of special significance, and heirloom icons. A vigil lamp or candle illuminates the icon corner, which is also the appropriate place to keep a bottle of Holy Water, a Bible, prayer books, and a censer.