Current Lectionary here


Common liturgies here

As some information about the Evangelical Orthodox Church (EOC) on Wikipedia is left out and somewhat misrepresenting, we would like to direct the readers attention to the Encyclopedia of Christianity in the United States (page 834 - 836), edited by George Thomas Kurian and Mark A Lamport for a more comprehensive and accurate description of the current state and history of the EOC. You can read the entry by clicking the "History of the EOC" button under "Resources" here to the left. The EOC will continue to pursue the editors of the current article about the EOC on Wikipedia for improved accuracy of our current state and history. 


Papers & Articles here

Holy Covenant Songbook.HEIC

Holy Covenant Evangelical Orthodox Church in Saskatoon, Canada has completed their song book. The song book reflects the musical legacy of the last 40 years. 


Bp Joshua praying for Bp Mike


We are glad to announce the establishing of St Porphyrios Evangelical Orthodox mission in Brookfield, Missouri. After a couple of years of getting to know one other, the time has come to officially name and recognize what is. It is with joy and faith we welcome Bp Mike Quigley and his fellow clergy as a mission in the Evangelical Orthodox Church. Please click the link below for a more comprehensive report about the ministry they are doing and how our relationship came about. 


Feel free to connect if you would like to support our work. EOC are involved in a range of ministries. Education, micro enterprise, agri culture, water and health.


Will be held in 2022. The Western auxiliary synod have been postponed due to the Covid 19 pandemic. The first African auxiliary synod was held in December 2019 in Kampala



Currently, there are EOC churches and parishes in Uganda, D.R Congo, Rwanda, Burundi, Kenya, Sweden, Canada and the USA


Written by Pentecostal pastor and orthodox theologian Peter Halldorf, "To love your neighbours church as your own" informs the reader about the nature of the Church and her intrinsic unity. Now translated into english and available here      

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Dear Reader and Friends of the EOC,


As I have been reflecting on the political turbulence in all of North America and some ensuing violence and threat of peace, I have gained a new appreciation of our African brethren for whom these situations are much more frequent than what we have experienced. I have a friend who, when I complain, jokingly asks, “why should you have it better than I?” St. Cyprian in his work ON MORTALITY which is an ancient response to a pandemic equal to or worse than we are experiencing infers a similar question, “why are you fighting so hard to live here when you know your home is in heaven?” Life is a hard balance and I encourage us all to live in hope and faith during this time pandemic and unrest.


It is with sadness we announce the passing of Fr. Charles Ojuang, pastor and priest of the Sigomre parish in Kenya. May his memory be eternal. Our prayers are with his wife and children.


It is still our hope that the COVID protocol of Canada will clear and the consecration of Fr. Jakob Palm to the episcopacy will take place on October 10. Plans are still in the making.


The words of Jesus seem appropriate for this season, “ Do not be afraid, I am going to prepare a place for you.”


May the peace of Christ and the Christian hope be with you all!





The Evangelical Orthodox Church is a communion

of churches within the one, holy, catholic and apostolic

church. We are a sincere and vital body of believers who

have been touched by the love and grace of God, and

we've committed ourselves to the ancient faith while 

embracing our evangelical roots.  


We believe in one God, the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, and of all things visible and invisible; And in one Lord Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God, begotten from the Father before all time, Light of Light, true God of true God, begotten, not created; consubstantial with the Father, through whom all things came into being: Who for us all and because our salvation came down from heaven, was made flesh by the Holy Spirit and the Virgin Mary, and became man. He was crucified for us under Pontius Pilate, and suffered and was buried; and rose on the third day, according to the Scriptures; and ascended into heaven, and sits at the right hand of the Father; and will come again with glory to judge the living and the dead! His kingdom shall have no end. And in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, and Giver of Life, Who proceeds from the Father, Who is worshipped and glorified together with the Father and the Son, Who spoke through the prophets; and in One, Holy, Catholic, and apostolic Church. We confess one baptism for the remission of sins. We look forward to the Resurrection of the dead, and the Life of the age to come. Amen.