2155 Southern Loop Rd in Shreveport, LA 71106
Divine Liturgy Sunday Mornings @ 10 am
Vespers and Meal Wednesday @ 5:30 pm
Great Vespers Saturday @ 5:00 pm
Together with our two other sister parishes, St. George Greek Orthodox Church and St. Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Church, the Mission is part of the greater Orthodox Church of over 300 million Christians around the world.
Our Mission, along with the faithful at St. George's and St. Nicholas, is to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the ancient Christian faith, and the traditions of Christ and His apostles to the people of Shreveport and Bossier.
In doing so, we pray that those who join us will experience the fullness of life in Christ and His Church. Learn More about our Mission
At the All American Council in Atlanta, the following video of the various parishes, missions, and ministries of the Diocese of the South was presented. It contains pictures and interviews from Holy Nativity. Take a few minutes to watch it and see what how the Church is growing and ministering to people throughout the south! Glory to God!
Metropolitan Tikhon opens Fall Session of the Metropolitan Council
18 hours ago
His Beatitude, Metropolitan Tikhon opened the Fall Session of the Metropolitan Council of the Orthodox Church in America with the celebration of the Divine Liturgy in the Chancery’s Saint Sergius of Radonezh Chapel on Wednesday morning, September ...
St. Sergius Chapel patronal feast to be celebrated Saturday, September 22
18 Sep 2018 at 12:12pm
Metropolitan Tikhon presides at patronal feast day Liturgy, September 2017.
His Beatitude, Metropolitan Tikhon and the staff of the Chancery of the Orthodox Church in America warmly invite the clergy and faithful to celebrate the patronal feast day...
Pastoral Changes for July, August 2018 released
18 Sep 2018 at 6:29am
The July and August 2018 “Pastoral Changes”—the official announcements of ordinations, assignments, releases, etc. affecting the clergy of the Orthodox Church in America as issued by the Office of the Chancellor, Archpriest John Jillions — are now...