Look Down, O Lord on this Vine Which Thou Hast
Planted and Establish It!
By the gift of God's abundant Grace, His Eminence, the Most Reverend +Alexander, Archbishop of Dallas and the Diocese of the South of the Orthodox Church in America, has blessed the establishment of a mission parish in Culpeper.
Ss. Peter and Paul Orthodox Mission of Culpeper welcomes you to worship with us. We meet 2x per month on Fri/Sat for Vespers and Divine Liturgy. Check out our calendar at the top of the page to see when services are scheduled. We'd love to see you here.
Come grow with us!
If you have grown weary of the fads and trends in Christian worship that
change with the times, come find your home in the timeless worship
of the changeless God!
Located in historic Culpeper, VA, we are a newly established community of Orthodox believers struggling to worship the King of the Universe in faith, love and humility. A mission parish in the Diocese of the South of the Orthodox Church in America, Ss. Peter & Paul is fast becoming the spiritual home of a growing, and diverse congregation. We offer and enjoy a rich cycle of liturgical services, centering around and culminating in the Divine Liturgy on (for now) Saturday mornings at 10:00 am. Our newborn and growing mission community provides us with life-giving fellowship and we hunger to engage the local community in evermore fruitful ways as we grow together.
We welcome you and your unique family to come and worship with us.
The Door's Open.....Y'all Come!
Would you like to know more about who we are
and what we believe?
Are you interested in exploring Orthodoxy further?
By clicking on the links below you can explore a wide range of topics and listen to edifying podcasts, sacred Church music, engaging interiews and talk radio shows with some of the most interesting and dynamic personalities on the leading edge of bringing the ancient faith to the modern world. Go on....Have a Listen!
"The Orthodox Church is evangelical, but not Protestant. It's orthodox, but not Jewish. It’s catholic, but not Roman. It isn’t non-denominational – it’s pre-denominational. It is the Faith of the Apostles and it has been believed, taught, preserved, defended and died for since the day of Pentecost 2000 years ago."
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