Located in downtown Charleston across from the Town Center Mall, St George Cathedral serves about 400 families and seeks to bring the light of Holy Orthodoxy to the whole Kanawha Valley and all of West Virginia.
St George Cathedral is a parish of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America and serves as the primary episcopal see of the Diocese of Charleston, Oakland and the Mid-Atlantic. The diocesan chancery is located here in Charleston.
Divine services are held weekly. All are welcome to attend, regardless of current religious affiliation or background.
Fr. Anthony and the staff of the Antiochian Village are coming to Charleston! The Village @ Home is aimed to give our veteran campers a camp boost in the middle of the school year, perspective campers a taste of the Antiochian Village in a familiar setting, and a good retreat for everyone else! It is open for youth ages 8-17.
The weekend of November 1-3 also happens to be St Raphael weekend!
To register, please click here. (Please register by October 20)
Now you can register to offer your holy oblation online!
Please fill out the form completely and check spelling carefully. When appropriate, please use baptismal or ateast full names (i.e. Thomas instead of Tom, etc.) If you need someone to make Holy Bread or Kolyva (wheat for the memorial), please make a minimum payment of $20 (for each), which does not go to the Church, but rather to the person making the bread. If you have worked something out with the person making your Holy Bread or Kolyva, you can click "No" to the question if you need someone to make it for you.
Click here to begin!
Church School Registration is now available online here! The official day to register at Church is Sunday, August 18 and the first day of class is August 25. Please register your children for Church School!
This year, you can make your pledge to St George Cathedral online!
Your pledge is not just your way of helping to support the ministry and administration of your Church, but it is a spiritual blessing for us to give back to the Lord out of the abundance of the blessings which He has given to us.
Please see Fr. Joseph's note to the parish:
Dear member of our holy community,
I greet you and your loved ones in the name of our Lord!
I am so honored to be appointed a shepherd to our community and to lead you in prayer as we seek the Kingdom of God to reveal Himself to us around the Holy Eucharist.
This note is sent to help us meet the needs of our Holy Church and to adopt a new method of giving; that is for every family to pledge whatever they wish or can afford to share God’s blessings with their church. Many of us feel comfortable with the old ways, but the old ways do not challenge us to rise above and say, “It is so good to give thanks to the Lord, for His mercy endures forever.”
Please click on the link below to fill out you online pledge card for 2019 and take a look at our “Get Connected” brochure to see the many ways your church can serve you and your community.
On behalf of your Parish Council and myself, we thank you in advance for your support of our community.
Fr. Joseph Hazar
To better minister to you, we would like to have each family fill out a parish census . With this information, Fr. Joseph will better be able to share news, let you know about new programs and services, and visit your homes much more effectively.
If there is someone you know who is not tech savy, please take a physical form home for them, or help them fill one out online. This form is not only for “members” of the parish, but anyone who attends and friends of our holy church. This information will be private and will only be used by the church staff.
The Family Unit should be a husband, wife and children (please do not include elderly parents living with you, but rather fill out a separate form for them). Children who are still in college can be added to your form but college graduates and/or children who are married should be on their own form.